Watch the video to find out more about the health benefits of smoothies and see how to make our breakfast smoothie. You can find the recipe for this breakfast smoothie in our cookery book, the Haven in your kitchen.
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Common Health Issues
Some of the common health issues people talk to Sarah about include digestive problems, low immunity and poor energy levels.
Smoothies provide the perfect solution. They provide good nutrients in a convenient and tasty format.
Breakfast Smoothie Recipe
Serves 1- Preparation time: 5 minutes
- 1 apple, core and skin included
- 1 pear, core and skin included
- 1 banana, small, peeled
- 75g/3oz frozen or fresh berries
- 2.5cm/1 inch piece fresh ginger, grated
- 2 tbsp water
- 1 level tbsp almond butter (optional)
- 1 dsp, pumpkin seeds
- 1 heaped tsp, sunflower seeds
- 1 level tbsp, flaxseeds or linseeds
- 2 level tbsp, medium (or fine) oatmeal
- 1 level tbsp, almonds/walnuts/hazelnuts, chopped
1. Blend the fruit and water until pureed, adding the nut butter if you wish. Spoon into your breakfast bowl.
2. Spoon the seeds, including the linseeds, over the fruit mixture and stir once or twice.
3. Stir in the oatmeal and nuts and serve at once.