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Jess Swift , a chef and registered dietitian, had similar thoughts and added that insufficient fiber is another common mistake. Maximum tablespoons nut butters: Like fiber, protein also slows down digestion and helps keep us full. Maximum tablespoons seeds: Price noted that chia seeds, ground flax seeds and hemp seeds add an extra boost of fiber, healthy fats, protein and omega-3s to smoothies.
Ditkoff also likes using nuts and seeds in smoothies, but recommends capping these add-ins at tablespoons as the calories can add up quickly. Examples of unsweetened bases include unsweetened almond milk or other nut milks , milk whole, 2 percent, etc. Price prefers to use soy milk because of its higher protein content compared to other non-dairy milks.
Swift recommended blending water, unsweetened coconut milk and spinach for a nutrient-packed green base. Whey and hemp powder are also good options, and Ditkoff noted that adding these to a smoothie can help to ensure an adequate amount of protein, as they contain about grams of complete protein per serving. Sugar-free base, fruit with a low glycemic index and nutrient-filled kale. Real Life.