5 Nourishing Smoothie Bowls

5 Nourishing Smoothie Bowls

If you've been following our blog for a while, you know we love our smoothies. They're easy to make, they're incredibly nourishing, and they're completely delicious. But it's easy to get into a rut. Ready to switch it up a bit? Why not try a smoothie bowl? They're easy, they're pretty, and they offer a greater variety in texture and experience. Even better, they can make a big difference in how your gut feels and functions.

4 Smoothie Bowl Add-Ins for Great Digestive Health

Yogurt: Yogurt is a go-to ingredient for many smoothie bowls. Not only is it a smooth, creamy base for delicious drinks, it's also extremely nourishing to friendly gut bacteria. Look for yogurt made with live cultures to maximize your impact.

Flax: Flax is easy to add to smoothie bowls - just sprinkle it on top and you're good to go. Your digestive system will love you for it too. Flax helps bulk up stool and move things along, and its high fiber content is great food for the friendly microbes in your gut. 

Pumpkin Seeds: Pumpkin seeds give your smoothie bowl a bit of visual interest and a lot of crunch. Even better, they'll give you half your daily dose of zinc. Zinc deficiency is linked to digestive issues, including ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease. 

Pineapple: They're juicy, they're sweet, and they're chock full of bromelain. Bromelain is an enzyme that helps break down food. There's even evidence it can help reduce inflammation in the stomach lining - a very good thing if you want to improve your digestion. 

5 Digestion-Friendly Smoothie Bowls to Try

  1. Green Smoothie Bowl: This pretty green bowl combines nut butter, avocado, and berries with a hearty helping of greens. Add a scoop of super greens powder for a little extra punch.

  1. Berry Smoothie Bowl: Love a smoothie bowl but need something quick? Here you go. You can whip up this berry bowl in five minutes or less - perfect for those busy mornings.  

  1. Enlighten Smoothie Bowl: Hope you're ready for a bit of decadence. This beautiful bowl combines a healthy dose of fruit and nut butter with some truly delicious mix and match toppings. 

  1. Pink Smoothie Bowl: Frozen raspberries give this beautiful bowl its bright pink hue. You'll also get a sweet serving of Medjool dates (full of gut-feeding fiber) and plenty of nourishing ad-ons.  

  1. Strawberry Beet Smoothie Bowl: Fruits tend to get the most attention in smoothies, but vegetables have just as much to give. Like in this strawberry beet smoothie bowl: zucchini and beet mix with strawberries and bananas for a variety of flavors and nutrients. Use a fresh beet, or substitute in beet root powder for an easy way to get all of this incredible food's benefits.


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