Smoothies good for kids, adults alike

FM Bureau | 28-December-2013

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Do you find it difficult to make your kids eat food? Do they resist to drinking milk and other healthy juices? Here are five highly nutritional smoothies which benefit children and grownups alike         

By FM Bureau


Easy to make and a delicious post workout thirst quencher, orange smoothie can be a good mid-afternoon snack. Just like a creamsicle, this healthy low calorie drink is a blend of fresh orange, small amount of yogurt, vanilla and ice cubes. Vitamin C in oranges can reduce the risk of colon cancer. This drink is found to lower the risk of esophageal, oral and stomach cancers.


A combination of banana, yogurt, honey, and ginger, Banana-Ginger Smoothie is a healthy and yummy drink. It acts as a natural antacid and turns out to be the best remedy for heartburn, nausea and motion sickness. This smoothie can be a health drink for both kids and elders.

Green Tea-Blueberry-Banana

The ingredients added in this smoothie make it different from other drinks. A blend of tea with honey, berries, banana, and milk makes this smoothie a tasty one,with antioxidant-rich green tea, it turns into a nutritional powerhouse.

Berry Breakfast

It is a blend of unsweetened raspberries, unsweetened almond, rice milk, unsweetened cherries, honey, ginger, ground flaxseed and lemon juice. Berries turn on detoxifying enzymes and ginger stimulates digestion.  


You can have this smoothie as a breakfast and you will be filled until lunch time. An energising drink, it is a blend of yogurt, banana and strawberries. This smoothie is also packed with potassium, vitamin C and anti-oxidants. 

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