Collagen Recipe

Peanut Butter Collagen Smoothie

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Christen Rodgers

July 18, 2019

Why not go ‘greener’ with your shakes? For all you ‘green’ purest out there, I am sure that this isn’t as green as solution as you would recommend, but for me it’s a step in the direction of trying to recycle and reuse. This is my favorite ‘post workout’ collagen protein smoothie recipe right now!

I go to Starbucks sometimes.

(Don’t judge me…actually, judge me if you dare.)

BUT, when i go I normally get a Trenta (30oz iced black coffee and a Trenta iced water). The cups are huge & i hate just throwing them away after 1 use!

Whenever I can, I try to save these cups for future use for things like my shakes when I’m on the run, we’re going to places like the beach, where i don’t think I’ll have a chance to wash them out.

For all you ‘green’ purest out there, I am sure that this isn’t as green as solution as you would recommend, but for me it’s a step in the direction of trying to recycle and reuse.

Now onto the shake itself! Have you ever tried adding spinach to your shake? No joke add a cup and a half and you can’t even taste it!!

But by throwing in this mild leafy green you are beefing up your shake with calcium that can help strengthen your bones to fight against injury, & vitamins A & C, fiber, folic acid, and other nutrients fight against colon and breast cancers. It also helps to lower damaging protein levels in the blood and can protect against high blood pressure and heart disease. AND like many leafy green vegetables, spinach is loaded with potent antioxidants, which are important for normal skin cell development and encourage a healthy skin tone.

Other outstanding benefits of spinach for the skin include an increase in the production of collagen, which helps to strengthen the capillaries for a smoother even skin tone—reducing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.

The vitamin A in spinach can also help your skin retain moisture to fight against dryness, psoriasis, and even acne. GuideDoc Health

And when you combine that with the Collagen in CB Supplements you have a protein packed powerhouse that’s sure to make your gut, skin, hair, nails, muscles, joints, tendons and ligaments feel all the good feels!

Ingredients

  • 1x Scoop Vanilla Protein shake (I like Optavia, but you can choose a similar Protein Powder That has around 100 cals/10 Net Carbs per scoop)
  • 1x Heaping scoop of CB Supplements Multi Collagen Protein Powder
  • 1.5 cups Spinach
  • 1-2 TBSP PB2
  • 1TBSP hulled hemp seeds
  • 5 Drops English Toffee Stevia (or other herb-based alternative sweetener)
  • 1-1.5 cups ice cubes
  • 1-2 cups water (depending on how thick I want it that day)

Nutrition

  • 230 Calories
  • 24g protein
  • 8g healthy fats
  • 20 carbs, 12 Net carbs
  • 7.4g fiber

Questions on this Recipe? Ideas?

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Why not go ‘greener’ 🦠with your shakes? I go to Starbucks sometimes. (Don’t judge me...actually, judge me if you dare) BUT when i go I normally get a Trenta (30oz iced black coffee and a Trenta iced water). The cups are huge & i hate just throwing them away after 1 Whenever I can, I try to save these cups for future use for things like my shakes when I’m on the run, we’re going to places like the beach, where i don’t think I’ll have a chance to wash them out. For all you ‘green’ purest out there, I am sure that this isn’t as green as solution as you would recommend, but for me it’s a step in the direction of trying to recycle and reuse. Now onto the shake itself! Have you ever tried adding spinach to your shake? No joke add a cup and a half and you can’t even taste it!! But by throwing in this mild leafy green you are beefing up your shake with “calcium that can help strengthen your bones to fight against injury, & vitamins A & C, fiber, folic acid, and other nutrients fight against colon and breast cancers. It also helps to lower damaging protein levels in the blood and can protect against high blood pressure and heart disease....AND Like many leafy green vegetables, spinach is loaded with potent antioxidants, which are important for normal skin cell development and encourage a healthy skin tone. Other outstanding benefits of spinach for the skin include an increase in the production of collagen, which helps to strengthen the capillaries for a smoother even skin tone—reducing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. The vitamin A in spinach can also help your skin retain moisture to fight against dryness, psoriasis, and even acne.”~guidedoc.com Here’s my favorite ‘post workout’ shake recipe right now: 1x @optavia Vanilla Protein shake 1x Heaping scoop @cbsupplements Collagen 1.5 cups Spinach 1 TBSP PB2 1TBSP hulled hemp seeds 1-1.5 cups ice cubes 1-2 cups water (depending on how thick I want it that day) Nutrition: 230 Calories, 24g protein, 8g healthy fats, 20 carbs, 12 Net carbs, 7.4g fiber #gogreen #gogreenorgohome #paleo #gogreens #greenshake #shake #gogreencompany #gogreensavegreen #mybiggerlife #Optavia #keto #spinach #shakes #4and2

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