5 Fat Burning Smoothies Designed For Weight Loss!

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Sometimes it can be very challenging to maintain both a healthy lifestyle while juggling work, kids, self-love, relationships with others and the everyday stressors life throws at you.

Time can be very valuable with so much going on in a day. I think we all can agree on that one!

To avoid anxiety and save time and energy here are 5 Fat Burning Smoothies designed for weight loss that are quick and easy to make and provide an abundance of great health benefits as well.

With that said, many smoothies can become a problem if the proper combination of ingredients isn’t precisely included because they can easily cause sugar levels to increase tremendously.

Health is our number one priority on this site. Longevity and peak performance is the goal and with that achieved, the results will follow.

Ok so let’s get right to it…



blueberry smoothie


Scientific Studies:

Plain fat-free Greek Yogurt:


Protein– Handles most of the work in cells and is required for the structure, function, and regulation of the bodies’ tissues and organs. Essential nutrients for muscle growth as well as promote Fat Loss.

Probiotics- Probiotics help balance out the friendly bacteria in your digestive system. Studies show that they also positively impact your mental health. They also contribute to a healthy heart by reducing LDL also known as “bad cholesterol”, help you lose belly fat, and boost your immune system.

Vitamin B12- Vitamin B12 is required for proper red blood cell formation, neurological function, and DNA synthesis. It supports bone health as well as improves mood and depression by impacting the release of serotonin. Taking vitamin B12 may also give you an energy boost as well as supports a healthy nervous system.

High Potassium Low Sodium- Most of us have a lot of sodium in our diets. This can cause an array of problems over time. High sodium promotes high blood pressure as a result of increased heart rate due to the extra fluid and extra strain on the delicate blood vessels. Potassium intake helps balance this out. There is no replacement for water intake and a clean diet but this is a step forward in the right direction!

Frozen Blueberries:


Antioxidants- Blueberries are one of the most abundant antioxidant foods out there. This is very important to consume because it protects your body from free radicals that can damage cells and cause disease as well as aging. They also contain a large amount of fiber which aids in digestion.

Chia Seeds: Chia seeds are loaded with antioxidants (benefits explained above)

Quality Protein- This will aid in fat loss and muscle growth

OMEGA 3’s- Heart health, heart health, heart health…need I say more

1 cup of ice (For a smooth transition to your stomach)

Ingredients: 1 cup plain fat-free Greek yogurt + 1 cup frozen blueberries + 1 Tbsp ground chia seeds + ½ cup ice



banana smoothie


Scientific studies:

Banana– Bananas are packed with many essential nutrients such as potassium, Vitamin B6, Magnesium, etc. They also improve insulin sensitivity as well as decrease the withdrawal symptoms of nicotine. Bananas also keep you full for longer which can curb your appetite, therefore promoting Fat Loss.


Oats- Oats are very filling which aids in fat loss due to decreased appetite.

Unsweetened Almond Milk- unsweetened almond milk doesn’t raise blood sugar levels. It is packed with vitamin D. It is low in calories and can help promote strong bone dexterity.

Peanut butter- Peanut butter is packed with calories and should be consumed in moderation if the goal is to lose weight. However, it provides many benefits such as promotes a healthy heart as well as is packed with protein. It also contains essential nutrients such as magnesium, potassium, and zinc.

Cinnamon- cinnamon is very powerful for impacting good health. It contains a compound referred to as cinnamaldehyde that scientifically proven to have positive effects on health and metabolism. Cinnamon also has anti-inflammatory properties which can aid in a better functioning cardiovascular and nervous system.

Honey- Honey contains antibacterial and antifungal properties. 

Ingredients: 1 cup unsweetened almond milk + ½ cup oats + 1 banana + 1 Tbsp peanut butter + ½ Tsp cinnamon + a drizzle of honey


kale smoothie


Scientific studies:

Kale- Kale is one of the most nutritious foods on the planet! Despite this, it is low in calories. It can help lower cholesterol which can lower your risk for heart disease. It is rich in vitamin K which is very important for blood clotting…Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S.

Banana- (scroll up to see the health benefits)

Nonfat plain Greek yogurt- (scroll up to see the health benefits)

Chia seeds- (Scroll up to see the health benefits)

Pineapple- pineapples protect your eye health by reducing the risk of macular degeneration. It also provides many anti-inflammatory benefits as well as promotes immune system support.

Nonfat milk- Nonfat milk has less trans fat which offers a slightly healthier alternative to traditional milk to be used as a base.

Ingredients: 1 cup kale + 1/2 medium banana + 1/2 cup pineapple + 1/2 cup nonfat milk or unsweetened soy milk + 1/4 cup nonfat plain Greek yogurt + 1 Tbsp chia seeds


carrot smoothie


Scientific studies:


Carrots- Carrots contain plenty of vitamin A, antioxidants and other nutrients that have proven studies that show it can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease as well as cancer.

Frozen mangos- Mangos are rich in iron which can help people who have anemia. It is also a good source of energy for this very reason. It promotes brain health as well as boosts immunity.

Pineapple- (scroll up to see the health benefits)

Nonfat plain Greek yogurt- (scroll up to see the health benefits)

Nonfat milk- (scroll up to see the health benefits)

Chia seeds- (scroll up to see the health benefits)

Frozen Strawberry’s- strawberries have been found to protect heart health, boost immunity, lower blood pressure, prevent cancer, and increase HDL (good) cholesterol.

Ingredients: 1 cup carrots, chopped, skin on + 1 cup frozen mango + 1 cup frozen pineapple + 1 cup frozen strawberries + 1/4 cup nonfat plain Greek yogurt + 1/2 cup nonfat milk or unsweetened soy milk + 1 Tbsp chia seeds


Chlorophyll smoothie


Scientific studies:

Frozen strawberries- (scroll up to see the health benefits)

Nonfat plain Greek yogurt- (scroll up to see the health benefits)

100% Orange juice- orange juice may help prevent kidney stones. It is packed with antioxidants. It has nutrients such as folate potassium, and vitamin C. It also has anti-inflammatory properties. (This should be consumed in moderation though due to sugar contents, keep to a minimum)

Swisse Chlorophyll Mixed berry- is an alkaline drink and natural source of antioxidants; it is often seen and utilized in healthy detox programs for helping decrease inflammation. Chronic inflammation in the body can increase stress hormones which promote fat storage.

1 cup of ice (For a smooth transition to your stomach)

Ingredients: 1 cup strawberries + ½ cup 100% orange juice + ½ cup Greek yogurt + ¼ cup ice (optional) + 2 teaspoons Swisse Chlorophyll Mixed Berry

If you are looking for a more in-depth weight loss smoothie regimen, you can check out Drew Sgoutas Smoothie detox challenge. 

He is a renowned and Board Certified Health Coach and weight loss expert and has an effective program on how to lose weight with smoothies.


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