High protein matcha blueberry smoothie




Canutrition tip: There are loads of studies indicating that berries and their extracts might help fight the oxidative stress and inflammation in our bodies that can lead to certain types of cancer. Apart from being rich in vitamins, minerals and fibre, they are rich in a key phytonutrient called anthocyanin. Blueberries have over five times more anthocyanin than raspberries or strawberries. Frozen berries are cheaper and studies show that freezing has virtually no impact on their antioxidant powers.


1 cup low-fat milk or high calcium alternate
1/2 banana
3/4 cup of fresh or frozen blueberries
1 TBSP skim milk powder or Whey protein powder
2 tsp Matcha powder (green tea powder very high in antioxidants)
1/2 cup of ice if you are using fresh blueberries


  • Mix all ingredients into a large blender. Blend for 30 seconds. Serve in a glass with a straw, sip
    and enjoy.

Nutrition Information:

Per serving (300ml glass): Energy 260 kcal, 3g fat, 2g saturated fat, 18g protein, 47g low GI carbs, 30g sugar (non-refined), 3g fibre, .1g salt

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