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Blueberry Breakfast Smoothie

Ingredients (If you can, try and use organic, your body will thank you for it)

  • 1 handful of frozen blueberries
  • 1-2 scoop of good quality protein powder (best to get from a health food store
  • A handful of baby spinach and/or 1 scoop of a good quality greens powder
  • 2 tbps of coconut cream (Ayam brand from coles or Woolies is our favourite)
  • A few cubes of ice


Place all ingredients into a Nutribullet or blender. Top up with 1-2 cups of filtered water for desired consistency.

Blend until smooth. Enjoy!


Hi it’s Jessica here and this is my current daily breakfast and a part of my everyday morning routine at the moment. Upon waking I oil pull (google if you have no idea what this is) and then drinks 2-3 glasses of warm water with lemon and a pinch of salt. I tend to use this time to unpack the dishwasher and start getting organised for the day. Once hydrated I do my morning meditation and movement (this could be a walk with my dog, a yoga class, a weights session, or a bounce on my rebounder). At this point my body is awake and my digestion is ready for breakfast. I find this delicious smoothie a perfect way to get a huge amount of nutrients in without doing all the difficult digesting which can weigh me down and make me feel sluggish and lethargic in the morning.

I added ice to the recipe as I know people like chilled smoothies (particularly in Brissy Summer). I tend to skip on the ice as my tummy is sensitive to cold. I also like to sip on my smoothie slowly and give myself about 10-20 minutes to finish it. I find this gentle approach to my morning digestion really helps me to feel satiated and energised all the way through to lunch.

I got this smoothie recipe from an amazing naturopathic doctor in the USA- Dr Steven Cabral. If you are wanting to learn more about nutrition I highly recommend listening to his podcast

– The Cabral Concept xx

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