A Delicious Tropical Moringatein Smoothie Recipe

A Delicious Tropical Moringatein Smoothie Recipe

Papayas have wonderful detoxing properties. Blending them into a Moringatein smoothie adds lots of extra health benefits to create an easy, healthy and delicious meal replacement. Eating a papaya gives you 25% of your daily value of fiber because it is very high in fiber. Fiber plays an important role in cleansing your intestinal tract by binding with toxins in your gut and removing them. They also contain papain that is an enzyme aiding in the digestion of proteins.

Kiwis are another popular healthy fruit that are a delicious add to your Moringatein smoothie. They contain the enzyme actinidain, that works to also digest proteins more easily. They are also a great source of fiber, high in vitamin C and vitamin E, they are full of antioxidants and are a low glycemic fruit to eat.

Here’s a great recipe using both of these healthy and delicious fruits:

  • 1 cup of unsweetened almond milk (or coconut milk)
  • 1 scoop of Moringatein powder
  • 1 cup of peeled papaya
  • 1 whole peeled kiwi
  • ½ teaspoon of honey
  • A little dash of cinnamon
  • A handful of ice cubes
  • ¼ of a ripened frozen banana (optional)

Blend in a blender for 2 minutes gradually increasing to high speed. Serve chilled and enjoy!

Moringatein is a healthy and delicious meal replacement smoothie featuring Moringa that is sourced responsibly to empower communities and create generational change. Visit us at www.moringatein.com to sign up for our email newsletter and join this movement.


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