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Organic Smoothies for a Healthy Pregnancy : Pregnant Pomegranate Smoothie, Beta-Carotene Cantaloupe Smoothie, Blackberry Delight

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1. Pregnant Pomegranate Smoothie

Since these delicious fruits and vegetables are packed with vitamins C, K, and B complex; potassium; and magnesium that all promote health and fight illness, this recipe is a tasty way to feel great throughout your pregnancy. And if getting into a pomegranate seems like too much work, know that the seeds you’ll find inside are well worth the effort due to their high amounts of antioxidant that will fight off any free radicals attempting to cause damage to your cells and lower your immune system.

YIELDS: 3–4 CUPS

1 cup iceberg lettuce

2 cups pomegranate pips (seeds)

1 orange, peeled

1 banana, peeled

1 cup purified water

  1. Combine iceberg, pomegranate, orange, banana, and 12 cup water in a blender and blend until thoroughly combined.
  2. Add remaining 12 cup water as needed while blending until desired consistency is achieved.
  Calories Fat Protein Sodium Fiber Carbohydrates
PER 1 CUP SERVING 123 1g 2g 6mg 6g 29g

2. Beta-Carotene Cantaloupe Smoothie

The vibrant orange color of cantaloupe is from the abundant levels of beta-carotene, which is known for providing health benefits that are necessary for developing your baby’s heart, lungs, kidneys, eyes, and bones. More than just a sweet treat, this smoothie provides a wide variety of vitamins and minerals—such as vitamin C, magnesium, and potassium—that work hard to prevent illness and disease by repairing your tissues and cells and keeping your body hydrated.

YIELDS: 3–4 CUPS

1 cup watercress

12 cantaloupe, rind and seeds removed

1 apple, peeled and cored

1 banana, peeled

14" ginger, peeled

1 cup purified water

  1. Combine watercress, cantaloupe, apple, banana, ginger, and 12 cup water in a blender and blend until thoroughly combined.
  2. Add remaining 12 cup water as needed while blending until desired consistency is achieved.
  Calories Fat Protein Sodium Fiber Carbohydrates
PER 1 CUP SERVING 70 0g 1g 16mg 2g 18g

3. Blackberry Delight

Good for strengthening your immune system

Delicious blackberries are made even more tasty with the addition of lemon and ginger in this recipe. But, in addition to great taste, this smoothie packs a healthy dose of muchneeded vitamins and minerals—such as vitamins A, C, and K; potassium; and magnesium, that help strengthen your and your baby’s immune systems—and is rich and satisfying with the addition of protein-packed yogurt.

YIELDS: 3–4 CUPS

1 cup watercress

2 pints blackberries

1 banana, peeled

12 lemon, peeled

12" ginger, peeled

1 cup Greek-style yogurt

  1. Combine watercress, blackberries, banana, lemon, ginger, and 12 cup of yogurt in a blender and blend until thoroughly combined.
  2. Add remaining 12 cup yogurt as needed while blending until desired consistency is achieved.
  Calories Fat Protein Sodium Fiber Carbohydrates
PER 1 CUP SERVING 125 1g 8g 29mg 9g 25g

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