Chia seeds: Chia seeds are a low-calorie, appetite-suppressing smoothie booster with omega-3 fatty acids, carbs, protein, fiber, antioxidants, and calcium. Presoaking seeds makes them easier to digest.
Almond butter: Your smoothie gets excellent taste and healthy fats from this nutty spread, plus it boosts your breakfast protein, which keeps you satisfied.
Spirulina: B vitamins, iodine, beta-carotene, antioxidants, iron, and manganese are abundant in spirulina, a nutritious algae. Its 60% protein content detoxifies and fills you up.
Silken tofu: Vegans (and non-vegans) should add silken tofu to smoothies for a creamy, bulky texture. It's protein-rich and tasteless.
Avocado: Avocado is full of healthy fats and nutrients, and it also makes drinks taste creamier and helps you feel full longer.
Frozen bananas: Bananas add potassium, sweetness, and energetic carbs to smoothies, but freezing them makes them creamier.
Flax seeds: Add these fiber- and amino-rich seeds to your breakfast smoothie to make it a meal. Add the rest after grinding them in your blender.
Protein powder: Protein is needed to create muscle, heal tissue, and make hormones and enzymes. Protein powder in your morning smoothie will boost your energy till lunch.
Greek yogurt: Greek yogurt adds creamy smoothness to smoothies and provides protein. Choose plain, sugar-free varieties.