Secret Ingredients In My Smoothies

April 23, 2014


Smutiji so ena izmed mojih vsakodnevnih navad in redko se zgodi, da ga ne spijem. Običajno ga pripravim vsako jutro, včasih pa tudi kasneje, odvisno od časa in dneva. Poleg sadja in zelenjave pa v smutije vedno vmešam še štiri "skrivnostne" sestavine, ki vam jih bom danes na kratko predstavila. Tako so napitki le še bolj zdravi. :)
Kokosovo olje - deluje protivnetno, podpira imunski sistem, izboljšuje absorpcijo hranljivih snovi, uravnava prebavo, delovanje ščitnice in krvni sladkor, normalizira raven holesterola v krvi, odličen je tudi za zdravo kožo, nohte in lase. Enkrat sem že pisala, da ga Miranda Kerr obožuje in zakaj ga torej ne bi tudi jaz? :)

Kurkuma - čarobna oranžna začimba, ki ima močno antioksidanto delovanje, kot kokosovo olje deluje protivnetno in uravnava prebavo, deluje antikarcenogeno, čisti kri in jetra, pozitivno vpliva na kožo... Preprosto odlična je za celotno telo in nadvse priročna je tudi za uživanje po športni aktivnosti, saj lajša bolečine.

Črni poper - z njim se poveča zdravilna moč kurkume in to je edini razlog, da ga dodajam. Pri raziskovanju za objavo pa sem odkrila, da tudi poživlja in pospešuje prebavo, lajša artritis in revmatizem, krepi organizem, pomaga pri prehladu, kašlju, pomaga pri slabosti, glavobolu in tako dalje.

Morska sol - dodajam jo vse odkar sem videla ta video, ki je mimogrede super, o morski soli govori bolj na koncu. :) Glede na to, da je priporočljivo piti veliko vode s katerim telo nato lažje izloča strupene snovi in tudi sol, je nujno, da jo vnesemo nazaj v telo. Sploh, če ne jemo veliko slane hrane. Za dodatek k smutiju uporabljam čisto, nepredelano morsko sol, najraje solni cvet, ki vsebuje veliko mineralov. 

Tako izgledajo moji smutiji. Kakšne druge superhrane ne dodajam, ker jo imam ali je v obliki tablet ali pa z njimi ne želim uničiti okusa smutija in jih tako raje na hitro pojem. :)


Translation
I enjoy a glass of smoothie every day. Well, almost, sometimes I'm too lazy or in a rush to make it. In my mix of fruits and vegetables I always add four ingredients that make my smoothie even healthier. Coconut oil has anti-inflammatory properties, it supports the immune system, improves absorptions of nutrients, regulates digestion, thyroid function and blood sugar levels in the blood and it's also great for healthy skin, nails and hair. As I said it already in an old post, Miranda Kerr loves it so of course I love it too! :))
Turmeric is a magical orange spice with amazing antioxidant values. As well as the oil it has anti-inflammatory properties and helps with digestion, it purifies the blood and liver and has positive effects on skin, also has pain-relief benefits... It's just perfect fot the whole body.
I add black pepper to the mix because turmeric absorbs better into the body like that. I've also discovered black pepper invigorates and stimulates digestion, relieves arthritis and rheumatism, strengthens the body, helps with colds, coughs, helps in nausea, headache, and so onLast but not least is the sea salt. Joy made me do this, just watch this video. :)
So here you have it. I never add other superfoods because they often ruin the taste or the texture. :)


Jana xx

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21 comments :

  1. Lovely smoothie ideas Jana. I try to have a green smoothie with avocado every day and just throw in different greens and herbs depending on how I am feeling. Such a great way to get loads of nutrients in, really enjoyed the video thanks x

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    1. Thank you Annie! :) You are absolutely right, smoothies are great to get loads of nutrients. So glad you enjoyed the video :) xx

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  2. The smoothies look so yummy, I really need to start making my own as these types of posts always make me want one haha. I would have never thought to include some of the ingredients you do, I have heard previously though of how beneficial turmeric is for you x

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    1. Thanks! :) Oh you really need to start doing that :D Yes, turmeric is amazing!<3 x

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  3. uuu, za črni poper nisem vedela. Samo to ni vseeno kateri, ali pač?

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    1. Amm mislim, da je vseeno, le da je črni :)

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  4. Oh, jst pa kurkume ne morem.Mi ni dobrega okusa:S sama dodajam raje acai jagode, chia semena. Bm pa preizkusila dodat kokosove olje :)) hvala za ideje :))

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    1. Mja sj jaz jo zato tudi raje dam malo manj :D Super, da boš začela s kokosovim oljem in malenkost! :))

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  5. Njams! Super recept. Jaz sem bolj lena kar se tiče smutijev ;)...

    xx

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    1. Hvala Gita! :) Hihi daj začni, saj to notr vržeš pa je :)) xx

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  6. Jaz dodajam kokosovo olje. Za kurkumo bom probala, ampak imam občutek da me bo motil okus.

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    1. Ja, raje daj malo kurkume, jaz dam manj kot pol žličke, ker drugače se je preveč čuti :)

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  7. Tega za črni poper pa še nisem vedela, zanimivo :) A ga dodajaš tudi, ko piješ samo kurkumo (s tekočino in oljem/maščobo)? :)

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  8. Nice - another great post! I bet it tastes lovely x

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  9. This looks so great! Since it's starting to warm up here I will soon be making smoothies - going to give these ingredients a try!

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    1. Thanks! :) Yaaay that's great! :) And don't add to much turmeric, I use less than half a teaspoon so I don't taste it :))

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  10. Zanimivi skrivni dodatki :) Jaz večinoma dodajam chia semena, pa lanena semena.. To mamo pač trenutno doma. Moram probat kurkumo..Sem glih zadnjič brala o njej.. Ne bije preveč okusa ven? :)

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    1. Hvala Sabina :) Jaa, jaz tudi lanena semena včasih, sploh se nisem spomnila, da bi jih omenila :P
      Ja, če je daš preveč, potem ni dobro :) Jaz dam manj kot pol žličke, veliko manj :))

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    2. No bom naslednjič preizkusila, hvala za nasvet :)

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