Blending fitness with smoothie pleasures

By Patricia May P. Catan

 

WHILE working out can improve one’s strength and appearance, the exercise can also contribute to the loss of important nutrients. One’s intention of a good workout may lead to significant harm instead if one doesn’t go through proper replenishment after a grueling session at the gym.

Introducing its fitness blends that are dietitian approved, Mooshi Green Smoothie + Juice Bar is helping fitness buffs with their post-workout recovery with smoothies fully packed with antioxidants, phytonutrients, fiber, healthy fats, vitamins, and minerals, all with a good carbohydrate-to protein-ratio. Make that workout count with these three power smoothies to replenish lost nutrients and rebuilding muscles, and help in one’s weight and health management journey.

Berry Protein Smoothie

Berries are full of antioxidants that help prevent exercise-induced muscle damage. These are then blended with banana that contains potassium to refuel muscles and walnuts that have heart-healthy fats to boost energy. A dose of protein is then added in the form of chia seeds, soya milk, and spinach yogurt, plus whey protein boost to assist in lean mass or muscle development.

Peanut Butter + Banana Protein Smoothie

Made from fresh bananas and organic peanut butter, this blend is the perfect source of natural protein. Present to help reduce bad cholesterol levels and triglycerides is soya milk. A sprinkle of the protein powerhouse that are chia seeds is added with homemade granola to complete the fitness blend.

Tropical Protein Blast Smoothie

This tropical blend is full of fresh fruits like pineapples that help keep injury inflammation in check, banana for potassium, coconut meat, and buko juice that replenishes electrolytes lost during workout. This blend also has chia seeds, spinach yogurt, and whey protein boost.

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