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Breakfast Avocado & Berry Smoothies

I don’t believe in juicing (my reasoning: why on earth would you discard all that lovely fibre only to be left with high sugar juice??) – BUT, I do love a good smoothie! Smoothies are made in a blender (as opposed to a juicer) and retain all the lovely, glorious fibre of the ingredients used. Here, I blended high-fat, high-fibre avocado and added fresh raspberries to bring a sharp sweetness. This combo benefits with some additional sweetener (I used the fabulous Swerve®) and then some ice cold water to get the consistency just right. To make these an ultimate breakfast, I added MCT oil and collagen powder. Excellent.. tasty.. filling and so, so healthy. This recipe makes two large smoothies – and it takes less than 5 minutes to make. Enjoy!

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FEATURED INGREDIENT: BONE BROTH CONCENTRATE

If you aren’t up for making your own homemade broth, you can opt for getting a handy concentrate to simply dissolve in a mug of hot water. The Concentrated Broth (featured here) is what I enjoy on a broth fast. It creates a 'milky' broth, and one tub makes about 24 servings. Have a look online for one that suits your budget, but this one ticks all the boxes for me: its made from grass-fed beef and is dairy, gluten and soy-free. I add a generous sprinkle of salt and sip it happily.

 

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