Beware: Added Sugar! The Best Low Sugar Smoothies to Enjoy in the Morning

July 26, 2019

low sugar smoothies

Each day it seems as though our lives are on fast-forward. When you’re on the go grabbing fast food is convenient. Those fatty, processed meat sandwiches and greasy hash-browns can entice an empty tummy. Those foods are okay but in moderation.

If breakfast is the most important meal of the day you shouldn’t ignore the essentials your body needs. Consider changing your eating habits to include healthier options like smoothies.

Smoothies provide the right amount of daily fruit and veggie servings without tasting like paste. Yet many fruit-heavy smoothies come with too much sugar.

Although natural sugar is good for you, consuming large quantities of sugar each day is bad. It even increases your chances of developing Diabetes.

So when you’re making the switch from junk food to healthy choices then try low sugar smoothies.

Reasons to Drink Low Sugar Smoothies

Aside from being a better breakfast option than cereal, smoothies have legitimate benefits with convenience being at the top of the list.

Drinking smoothies doesn’t need to be a drawn-out chore. Whether you’re making them at home or grabbing one before work, smoothies are quick and easy. But other benefits of smoothies include:

  • Boosting Metabolism
  • Curb Cravings
  • Extra Energy
  • Lower Blood Pressure
  • Relieving Arthritis Pain
  • Youthful Look

Yes, smoothies can boost your metabolism if made with the right ingredients. According to eatthisnotthat.com, ginger, and cayenne pepper help people burn fat at a quicker rate than people eating the same meal without this ingredient.

Smoothies also curb your cravings for junk food if you add a little apple cider vinegar or cinnamon to your drink.

Need the energy of a superhero? Try putting cold-brew coffee, banana and protein powder for the lasting jolt of energy you need to get through the first half of your day.

According to Eat This, Not That, potassium foods provide a natural remedy to lower blood pressure. This is due to how the mineral helps with sodium effects on the body and it “eases tension on blood vessel walls.” So tossing in a banana or two into your smoothie is a good idea.

Millions of people suffer from arthritis due to many reasons. In order to prevent inflammation be aware of what food cause it and which ones reduce it. If you want to help ease the symptoms make a low sugar smoothie with kale, spinach, blueberries or strawberries. All of these ingredients have anti-inflammatory attributes according to Harvard Health Publishing.

Want to keep your youthful appearance? Consider drinking smoothies with apricots, carrots, cinnamon or honey. Each of these items contains beta-carotene and may help repair damaged skin according to Eat This, Not That.

Why You Should Try Low Sugar Smoothies

Now that you know low sugar smoothies offer amazing health benefits it’s time to break down what different types of smoothies will offer you.

Healthy low sugar smoothies provide the boost of vitamins and minerals your body needs to start the day right. Don’t think that smoothie with kale, spinach, and beets will taste disgusting. If blended with the right ingredients your low sugar green smoothie will have you wanting more.

In fact, some people who begin drinking smoothies start to let go of their go-to snacks because their tastes have changed. They no longer want to gulp down a high-fructose soda or chemically created cupcake. Altered eating habits can have unintentional positive effects like weight loss. But it’s up to you to give them a try.

Continue reading to learn some of the best low sugar smoothies, we offer, for waking up your early morning brain and body.

Avocado Dream

Do you like avocados? Who doesn’t! Then try the avocado dream smoothie. It’s mixed with avocado, spinach, kiwi, and orange juice. A great combination of greens flavored with orange. Making sure you receive a good dose of vitamin A, C, E, K, fiber, folate, and potassium.

Tropical Chia

The tropical chia tastes as good as it sounds. This breakfast treat combines pineapple, mango, ginger, chia seeds, and coconut water. Giving you a delicious beverage with vitamins A, B-6, C, beta-carotene, folate, iron, magnesium, and more.

Green Goodness

Treat your body like a temple with a green goddess smoothie. Packed with pineapple, spinach, banana, and orange juice. It’s got vitamins A, C, fiber, and potassium providing your body adequate nourishment.

Beetalicious

In the mood to try something new? Give the beetalicious smoothie a chance. It’s made from mango, strawberry, beet, orange, and carrot. Vitamin A, C, calcium, fiber, folate, and potassium will satisfy your body’s hunger.

Banana Energy

The banana energy smoothie, blends bananas, cacao beans, granola, and almond milk. This delicious beverage provides calcium, iron, magnesium, and potassium. It’s the perfect option if you’re super hungry but short on time.

Yum Berry

You can’t spell yummy without yum. That’s exactly what you’ll find when sipping the yum berry smoothie. This smoothie combines blueberry, strawberry, banana, and coconut water. Plus vitamins B-6, C, K, calcium, magnesium, and potassium add to your daily intake of nutrients.

Give Them a Chance

As you can see low sugar smoothies offer convenience, decreased cravings for junk food, extra energy, increased metabolism, reduce inflammation, and a youthful look. Yet these are only some of the advantages of incorporating more fruits and veggies into your daily diet.

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