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21 thoughts on “I Replaced My Breakfast with This Ultra Healthy Smoothie

  1. There are almost 1k calories in this 1 shake… That's pretty much 50% of the daily calorie intake (Even as per your diagram) so essentially 2 of these and you are done for the whole day?

    What else do you manage to eat through the day to keep yourself at 2k?

    How long are you staying full after 1 of these?

  2. Drinking this everyday for the past 6 weeks and now my stomach severely hurts after almost every meal I consume. Likely due to the acidity of the smoothie. Definitely not drinking this as frequently ever again.

  3. ThatGuyFromDamascus July 2, 2019 at 4:24 pm - Reply

    Your channel for me is "how to be better everyday". So do whatever you like and just be sure that we'll love it, calisthenics, nutrition..etc. I will watch em all

  4. I put ground flaxseed,Chia seed, whey vanilla protein powder, blueberries, strawberries,raw organic honey, avocado.

  5. The process takes alot of time.. especial cleaning up
    Can i make a quantity for more couple of days and keep it in the fridge.
    Is it healthy?

  6. How'd you make the spinach and kale mix ? I hate having a full bag of kale and full bag of spinach in my fridge. I would love to try compacting it into one like you did. If I blend them together wouldn't it make a liquid though?

  7. Literally the best (VEGAN) smoothie ever:
    2 frozen bananas
    1 serving of ANY vegan protein powder (I use sun warrior <3)
    3 tbsp raw almond butter OR peanut butter
    16oz water

    blend on high for about a minute; tastes like a vanilla milkshake. It is important particularly for vegan smoothies to include adequate fat, which the nut butter provides.

  8. I've been making this: 1 cup un-sweetened almond milk or water, 1 whole Apple, 1 whole orange, 1/2 cup frozen strawberries, 1/2 cup frozen blueberries, 1/2 cup frozen spinach, kale and chard, 1/4 cup frozen lettuce, 5-6 fresh carrots, 1/4-1/2 cup walnuts, 2 tbsp. Natural peanut butter, 2 tbsp. Peanut powder, 2 tbsp. ground cinnamon, 2 tbsp. Tofu.

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