"Great supplements that anyone can add to their smoothies"

These are some great supplement ideas for better health!

With this list, fruit smoothies are a great way to get essential vitamins and nutrients into your diet, but the smoothies' ability to mask some flavors make them ideal for incorporating a healthy veggie or two into your diet also. Try adding one of the following ingredients into your favorite recipe for an extra immunity boost or energy kick.

* Greens: Putting fresh spinach, kale, dandelion greens, or romaine lettuce into your smoothies is a great way to get beneficial vitamins and nutrients into your body, and the "green" taste is hidden from your taste buds by the fruit and other ingredients.

* Spirulina : Not only is spirulina packed with beneficial nutrients, such as amino acids, enzymes, and vitamins,but it also contains more protein than soy and supports the immune system. Spirulina also boasts impressive levels of beta carotene, iron, and antioxidants.

* Maca : This ingredient, primarily cultivated in Peru and Bolivia, supports endocrine health by helping your body produce necessary hormones. Because of this, maca has also been lauded for its ability to improve sexual function and ease the symptoms of menopause.

* Goji Berries : Goji berries protect the liver, improve blood flow throughout the body, and boost immune function. They are high in beta carotene, B vitamins and vitamin C.

* Flax seed Oil : This ingredient contains high amounts of Omega 3 which is known to reduce the amount of cholesterol in the body and reduce the risk of cancer and other cardio-related illnesses

* Acai Berries : Full of antioxidants, Acai berries also contain anthocyanins and flavonoids that help eliminate harmful toxins from the body.

*Aloe Vera: This not only can add a boost to your immune system, but it also has the ability to control the acid in the stomach. The Aloe is an ancient healing plant. It contains polysaccharides that our body can use heal. Make sure you get a nutritional aloe, and not a topical one, as aloe products not meant for ingestion can be filled with chemicals that you do not want to eat.

* Yogurt or Kefir : These contain probiotics that are good for your belly, and boost your immune system. They are also a good source of calcium and they add a creamy flavor and texture to your smoothie.

*Fat-Free Milk: This contains all of the calcium and protein, but none of the fat of regular milk.

*Pineapple-Orange Juice: While the Orange juice contains vitamin C, the pineapples contain bromelain, a cancer-inhibiting, inflammation-reducing enzyme.

* Cherries : Not only do Cherries have a high vitamin C and fiber content,they also have been linked to reducing arthritis pain.

* Protein Powders : They have essential amino acids and help pack on the muscle which makes them the best friend of athletes. They're a great addition to a weight gain diet also.

*Coconuts: These tropical nuts contain the most heart-healthy oils of any food.

*Prunes: These fruits are good for the digestion as they help to nourish the friendly bacteria in your gut. They also contain lots of beta-carotene, and lower cholesterol.

* Cinnamon Cinnamon: This spice is known to even out blood-sugar levels and prevent mood swings.

* Bee Pollen : Add this in a smoothie and you get vitamins and minerals as well as it being a good source of protein. Bee Pollen is good for people with hay fever and allergies but should be avoided by people with asthma. Some studies have shown that Bee-Pollen can increase endurance.

* Ginseng : This in a smoothie helps fight against fatigue and a lack of energy. Some studies have shown that it could help with athletic performance and muscle coordination.

*Soy Milk, Soy yogurt, and Soy powders are good sources of potassium, magnesium, and vitamin b-6. They hane been shown to be very heart healthy and could even lower your cholesterol. Soy milk has about the same amount of protein as cow's milk but it has little saturated fat and no cholesterol and it is a source of lecithin and vitamin E.

* Wheat Germ : This is also a good supplement to be added to your favorite smoothies. Not only is wheat Germ loaded with nutrients but wheat germ also contains Vitamins e, b, and selenium as well as being a good source of protein and Iron for energy boost.

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*Oat Bran: This is another good smoothie additive. Oat Bran is a good source of protein and dietary fiber, contains good amounts of Zinc and Iron, and can even help to lower your cholesterol. Bran is particularly rich in omegas and contains significant quantities of starch, vitamins, and dietary minerals.

* Green tea : Green tea is emerging as one of the super foods of all time. It is full antioxidants and polyphenols, and it has been shown to reduce the risk of cancer and heart disease. You can try adding a powdered green tea called matcha for super high nutrition.

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