Teresa Cutter’s Super Greens Vitality Smoothie

Prep Time 5 mins | Cooking Time 0 Mins | Serves 2


The Healthy Chef a.k.a. TERESA CUTTER shares her recipe for a vitamin-rich Green Smoothie that will have you feeling energised this summer!

This is the ultimate Super Greens Vitality Smoothie that’s bursting with antioxidants and alkalising goodness. It’s the real deal, the “get me super healthy” type of smoothie that will have you bouncing off the walls and feeling energised. Vitamins, minerals and antioxidants are more potent through whole food consumption which is why drinking green smoothies are the perfect way to nourish your body. A good diet has always played a vital role in supporting health, which is why it is so important to think about what you put into your mouth every time you eat and drink and whether or not it makes a positive or negative effect to your body.

What’s great about it

Apples are a good source of vitamin C, phytonutrients and soluble fibre (as pectin). Many of the nutrients found in apples are more concentrated in their skin – so make sure you don’t peel your apples when making green smoothies.

Pineapples are jam-packed with B-group vitamins including thiamine (B1) and B6, which are vital for energy metabolism and nerve function. Pineapples contain the enzyme bromelain, renowned for aiding protein digestion.

Celery is a healing vegetable known for its detoxifying, circulation promoting and immune-boosting properties.

Matcha has incredible health benefits. Just one bowl of matcha tea is equivalent to 10 cups of green tea. Matcha has the ability to boost your immunity, control your stress and assist in weight loss.

Cold-Pressed Wheat Grass Juice is one of the most nutritionally dense greens on earth. Power-packed with naturally occurring nutrients including chlorophyll, beta carotene, vitamin C, B complex vitamins, amino acids, calcium, potassium and magnesium. Wheatgrass helps boost metabolism and has an incredible protective effect on the skin helping nourish a dewy complexion. Wheatgrass works as a natural anti-inflammatory in the body and is a key nutrient in supporting digestive health and detoxification in the body.

Cucumbers have both antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. They help normalise blood pressure and relieve fluid retention.

Spinach and other lush leafy greens, top the list of cancer-fighting foods. Both anti-inflammatory and antioxidant, spinach should be a dietary staple! It is also loaded with bone-supporting vitamin K, folate, magnesium, vitamin C and beta-carotene.

  • 1/2 green apple, chopped with skin
  • 100 g pineapple chunks
  • 1 big handful baby spinach leaves
  • 100 g Lebanese cucumber
  • 1 small stick celery, chopped
  • 1 lime, peeled.
  • small sprig mint
  • small sprig parsley leaves
  • 1 small slither ginger
  • 1 1/2 cups water
  • 1/2 teaspoon matcha powder
  • 1 teaspoon cold-pressed wheatgrass juice powder
  • 1/2 cup ice (optional)

Make the smoothie. Combine all the ingredients into a good high-speed blender Blend until smooth and green. Serve in 2 large glasses Garnish with limes and celery stalk. Enjoy and be nourished.

You can check out more of Teresa’s healthy and tasty recipes at TheHealthyChef.com. While you’re there, check out her delicious food photos on her Instagram and ‘Like’ her on Facebook


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Happy Cooking and Keep Smiling,

Brendon 🙂
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  1. chefceaser says:

    Reblogged this on Chef Ceaser.


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