Finally got my first bottle of green spirulina just in time for the beginning of the cold season. Since I’m drastically cutting back on meat, I just try to make sure I have all the nutrient inputs I need. Spirulina is a super food as you might know, providing you with tons of super important nutrients such as protein, vitamin B1, B2 & B3, copper, iron and the list goes on and on.
If you want the full review of the benefits of spirulina, you can read this interesting article highlighting 10 reasons to use this green algae on a regular basis.
Serving : 4 glasses of smoothie
Timing : 15 minutes
– 1 banana
– 2 kiwis
– the juice of half a lime
– 1 cup almond milk
– ½ tsp green spirulina
Pour all the ingredients in your food processor (make sure it has a capacity of at least 8 cups). Mix until smooth.
You can decorate your smoothie with pieces of dragon fruit or kiwi, fresh raspberries or poppy seeds.