If you’re veg, or looking to up your nutrient intake because you’re not hitting your daily 6-8 servings of fruit/veggies, you might want to make friends with spirulina. It’s one of the most nutrient dense foods on the planet. It’s a blue-green algae rich in minerals like calcium, potassium and iron, high in B-vitamins and has 6 grams of protein / T that grows in the ocean (hence this shake’s name.)

Serves 1

1 C almond milk
1 banana
1 T spirulina powder
1/2 T maple syrup
1 scoop vanilla protein powder
½ C ice cubes


1.Blend and enjoy!

High Protein 

Calories: 325
Fat (g): 4.5
Carbs (g): 43.7
Protein (g): 33.3
Fibre (g): 5.5

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Spirulina Balances Blood Sugar

Spirulina is a source of fatty acid: GLA