all about smoothies

Smoothies are generally known for their health benefits and are an ideal snack for a fit lifestyle, but some smoothies might have hidden calories, like a mango smoothie.


Yes, especially when you prepare a smoothie by adding in a drizzle of banana slices or a little bit of honey and some juice before realizing it, you have already consumed about 50 grams of sugar…

But this surely does not mean that you can’t have fun in your meals; you can indulge and satisfy your sweet craving with the just-right combo of veggies and fruit intake that you have & enjoy sipping your smoothie without worrying about calorie deposit.

You can try to consume sugar in moderation by understanding the types of fruits or veggies with lower sugar content.

We all know that excessive sugar is bad for our health, but it is also necessary for your body to function smoothly. Thus, we can try consuming sugar in moderate quantities and enjoy our life balancing both sweet cravings and a healthy lifestyle.

Here is a quick breakdown for your next smoothie prep:

Fruits That Have High Sugar:







Fruits That Are Low in Sugar:









How to add veggies to your smoothies?

There are tons of nutrients in veggies that can boost your nutritious diet. But are you worried that it might hamper your taste buds?

Don’t worry. Because we bring you the power of greens with taste and health!

Like some frozen Zucchini and frozen Cauliflower, your smoothies can be a great substitute to adding heft in your blanched taste, as Zucchini is rich in fiber and water, they will help you keep you full, and Cauliflowers are nutritious in their vitamin-c, potassium, and fiber values, giving you a boost in your health quotient. You can blend these in your mixture, and it will become a really great replacement for Banana.

Also, we have a few more veggie options for you to add to smoothies:

Adding Carrots can help with immunity boost and natural sweetness and color for your drink.

Adding Cucumbers can help provide hydration and can give you a fresh taste.

Adding Avocado will help boost protein intake with a creamy texture to your smoothie.

Beets can be added to enhance the sweetness and boost energy levels as it is rich in iron.

Leafy Greens are an excellent source of adding fiber, protein, and antioxidants.

Want to know how you can make your smoothies protein-rich?

Here are a few more suggestions for your power-packed-protein-smoothie:

Mix in some Nuts & Seeds as they provide extra fiber and protein per tablespoon.

You can also go for some Nut Butter to add protein and healthy fats with just one tablespoon.

Adding Protein-powder such as whey or plant-based is the easiest way to include protein in the mix.

To make it creamy or tangy, you can add some Greek Yogurt.

Mixing Collagen Powder will boost your protein intake and give you healthy skin, hair, and nails.

Health is Wealth! And the best investment one can take is a healthy diet!

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