Potassium Boost Protein Smoothie

February 24, 2019 | Wellness Resources

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 Potassium Boost Protein Smoothie
Want to give your morning a health boost? This protein and potassium packed smoothie is an excellent breakfast option!

1 scoop Daily Protein Unflavored (140mg potassium)
1 cup organic raw spinach (334mg potassium)
1/2 avocado (487mg potassium)
1/2 banana (140mg potassium)
1/2 cup plain, whole milk yogurt (190mg potassium)
1 cup coconut water (600 mg potassium)
1/2 cup filtered water

Blend ingredients and enjoy! 
Makes 1 serving.

Nutritional Content:
Potassium: 1,891mg
Protein: 37g
Calories: 454

Additional tips for making the perfect protein smoothie:

The goal with your morning smoothie is that your hunger is satisfied and you are able to sustain energy for 4-5 hours until lunchtime. You may need to increase protein and/or fat in your smoothie. You could add Fiber Helper, almond butter, coconut oil, or an extra scoop of protein to help you stay full longer until lunch. 

We include organic coconut water in this recipes because it is a great source of potassium. However, you may certainly use milk, filtered water, or a milk alternative as your liquid base. Just be sure avoid sugar and soy milk. Good milk alternatives include: unsweetened almond, coconut, hemp, or flax milk. Fruit should be the only sweetener in your smoothie. 

Wellness Resources Daily Protein and Daily Protein Plus are grass-fed, pasture raised undenatured whey proteins with no sugar or sweeteners. Although they are whey, they are free of lactose, casein, and cholesterol, so they are easy to digest and well tolerated. They are high in protein and branch-chain amino acids for metabolism and muscle health!

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