The “Ultimate” Preconception/Pregnancy Smoothie Recipe!

Pregnancy smoothie recipe
Smoothies are nutritious, delicious and highly recommended to enjoy as part of your preconception/pregnancy diet. This smoothie was created for my Fertile Woman program along with my brand new program Pregnant Woman which is launching late February, 2015. Smoothies are easy to digest, will increase your energy, stabilize your blood sugar levels and give you an instant burst of all the nutrients you need to nourish yourself and your baby!


4 frozen pieces of pineapple chunks
1 small frozen banana, chopped
1/4 large avocado or 1/2 small avocado, chopped
2 Tbsp of plant based protein powder
1 tablespoon Maca powder
1 teaspoon bee pollen
1 cup of almond milk
1 tablespoon chia Seeds
2 ice cubes

3 crushed walnuts
Teaspoon goji berries
Sprinkle of organic shredded coconut.

So let’s go over why this smoothie is so full of pregnancy goodness! Bananas contain vitamin B6, which is great for babies developing central nervous system. They also contain potassium, which can help leg cramps! Avocados are very high in folic acid,  essential for the healthy development of the fetus in early pregnancy, in particular their neural tube.

Pineapple is a nutrient-rich fruit that is low in saturated fat and contains fiber that can help to ease constipation, a common complaint during pregnancy. If you’re trying to get pregnant, try eating pineapple during the week after ovulation because it contains bromelain, which thickens the uterine lining to help egg implantation.

Chia seeds are loaded with minerals like blood building iron, stress relieving magnesium and bone building calcium along with your with Omega’s 3s. Some studies have shown that Chia seed enriched diets may improve insulin resistance and normalize blood lipids.

Maca Powder should be your best friend when you are trying for a baby as it will increase your energy and balance your hormones and its known to boost fertility levels!

You can use any milk that you like if you don’t like almond milk. However, I would recommend using almond if you can.

Almonds are referred as “The King Of Nuts” because they are very nutritious. They are an excellent source of the healthy fats, protein, potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron, zinc, and vitamin E.  High in anti-oxidants and considered heart healthy.

Finally, I have topped this smoothie with walnuts are they high in anti-oxidants and rich in omega 3’s. And goji berries are the most “nutrient dense” fruit in the world!

So…regardless if you’re trying for a baby or not, this is a delicious treat of a smoothie that’s great for breakfast, lunch or a mid- afternoon snack.


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