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Organic Smoothies for a Healthy Pregnancy : Romaine Pineapple Smoothie, Berry and Banana Smoothie, A Grape Way to Bone Health

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1. Romaine Pineapple Smoothie

Vitamins K and C, beta-carotene, potassium, folate, and protein are rich in this delicious smoothie. A one-stop shop for many of your fruit and vegetable servings, this delicious recipe satisfies your sweet tooth and your pregnancy dietary needs.

YIELDS: 3–4 CUPS

1 cup romaine lettuce

1 cup pineapple, peeled and cored

1 pint strawberries

1 banana, peeled

1 cup Greek-style yogurt

  1. Combine romaine, pineapple, strawberries, banana, and 12 cup 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 108 0g 7g 26mg 3g 21g

2. Berry and Banana Smoothie

The crisp taste of iceberg lettuce is beautifully balanced with the addition of blackberries, citrus, bananas, and yogurt for a flavor combination that will make you enjoy eating better for your health. The calcium and vitamins A and C found in this smoothie are perfect for building your baby’s bones and developing her organs, such as the heart, lungs, kidneys, and eyes.

YIELDS: 3–4 CUPS

1 cup iceberg lettuce

1 pint blackberries

1 cup pineapple, peeled and cored

2 bananas, peeled

1 cup Greek-style yogurt

  1. Combine iceberg, blackberries, pineapple, bananas, and 12 cup 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 137 1g 8g 27mg 6g 29g

MAGNESIUM FOR BONE HEALTH

The magnesium in blackberries can do amazing things for respiratory relief, but that’s not all it’s good for! Magnesium plays an important role in the absorption of calcium, and a diet rich in this powerful mineral ensures strong bones for you and your baby.

3. A Grape Way to Bone Health

Good for your baby’s bones and development

The sweetness of this smoothie just can’t be beat! This recipe provides abundant vitamins, such as vitamins A, C, K, and B complex, and minerals such as calcium with the added benefit of an amazingly refreshing taste. These vitamins and minerals not only help your baby develop properly, they also will help your skin and energy levels throughout your pregnancy.

YIELDS: 3–4 CUPS

1 cup watercress

2 cups red grapes

2 pears, cored

1 banana, peeled

1 cup purified water

  1. Combine watercress, grapes, pears, banana, and 12 cup of water in a blender and blend until thoroughly combined.
  2. Add remaining 12 cup of water as needed while blending until desired consistency is achieved.
  Calories Fat Protein Sodium Fiber Carbohydrates
PER 1 CUP SERVING 131 0g 1g 7mg 4g 34g

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