Strawberry Banana Smoothie Recipe

Strawberry Banana Smoothie Recipe

Total Time

2 minutes

Serves

1

Meal Type

,

Diet Type

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Ingredients:

Directions:

  1. Add all ingredients to blender and blend until well incorporated

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12 Comments

  1. Kathy on

    What is the best type and brand of coconut milk to use in smoothies? Canned, refrigerator, or shelf? I’m new to using coconut milk and all the articles just confuse the issue more.

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  2. Toni on

    I love to peel ripe bananas, wrap them in foil, then freeze to throw in smoothies like this. It makes them taste even sweeter & more like a healthy slushy!!

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    • Carrie on

      IPO my ripe bananas break them in half and throw them all into a large baggie, and put them in the freezer. I also add half of a medium sized apple, so I have my apple a day?

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  3. Adora on

    My feet hurt under the bottom. I was playing tennis but I hurt my arm, pulled an tendon. Since not being able to play my feet started to hurt. I THINK i’m low in potassium. I ALSO feel tired and confused sometimes. I loose concentration easily.

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  4. Margaret Moore on

    I have found your information very good. Three weeks ago I collapsed and ended up in hospital as they found my potassium levels were dangeriousley low. I had been suffering with a bad case of diarhera which I believe was the cause of it. Anyway after 2 day they managed to get my levels back up to 3.4 and discharged me with strict instructions to eat plenty of potassium rich foods and keep hydrated by drinking plenty of water. I am 67 years old with heart attack history and as I do not want to go down that road again I’ve been doing a lot of research on the internet. Your reports I found very helpful and with the help of my newly aquired nutrabullet I’m able to do smoothies with things I would not normally eat. My husband would also like to have smoothies but I worry because he is diabetic and a lot of things I put into the smoothies are very high in sugar. We mainly control his diabeties through his diet with one metformina a day (sorry, we live in Spain and I only know the Spanish word for this drug). Is there anything you can recommend as a smoothie that is high in potassium but low in sugar. Kind Regards, Margaret.

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  5. Martha Thomas on

    I am trying to loose weight and be more healthy but now I am concerned about my 15 year old dog who has irritable bowel and has been on steroids so long her liver numbers are very high. She is on detamerin daily and a pet oil and I put her on a grain free diet. I also added tameric last week. Any thoughts? It may be too late but after listening to your video I gave her some of my mct oil today and figured why not when I saw on a post you said its good for the liver. She is on a liver supplement from her accupuncturist….?

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  6. Donna on

    Dr. Axe, thank you for your complete, all inclusive information on foods that sustain health. I have afib and you give the best complex and simple explanations on potassium rich foods I’ve seen.

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  7. Maryellen on

    Dr axe why would you recommend using stevia in one of your smoothie recipes when artificial sweeteners are bad for you?

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