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Post-Workout Smoothies For Fall

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The season of boots, sweaters and more priorities is finally upon us, and we are making sure you’re prepared. Getting ready for Fall is not just changing up your wardrobe to super cute layered ensembles, but it’s also tweaking your diet in response to the chillier weather. Smoothies are a great way to incorporate your pre-workout protein, while getting in all your nutrients for the morning. Here are three delicious smoothie recipes to try this Fall.

 Green Me Good

 Yes, it’s green. No, it doesn’t taste like green stuff (I promise). This smoothie is perfect for those who are trying to get in their leafy greens without tossing it in a salad. The combination of fruits mixed in with spinach over powers that bitter taste, so you won’t have to hold your nose drinking it. This drink is potently sweet, and will satisfy your nutritional needs.

Ingredients: Spinach, Kale, Greek Yogurt, Green Apple, Grapes, Kiwi, Protein Powder (optional)

Heavenly Cinnamon

 This may not be a pumpkin spice smoothie (universal sigh of relief), but it’s definitely one that will get you into the Fall spirit. Cinnamon is a great addition to any drink, because it’s not just tasty, but has been known to lower blood sugar. The creamy banana taste paired with the spice of cinnamon will start any morning on the right foot.

Ingredients: Peach, Banana, Pear, Vanilla Soy Milk, Cinnamon

 The Ultimate Fruit Smoothie

 This is the perfect pre-workout smoothie when you don’t want to think too hard; you just want something healthy and delicious. The idea of an ultimate fruit smoothie is pretty simple, however with the right fruits you can get optimal taste value. Get ready, because this smoothie is loaded with fresh fruits, creamy dairy and tons of energy for your intense workout.

Ingredients: Cantaloupe, Pineapple, Strawberries, Blueberries, Grapes, Banana, Greek Yogurt

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