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Top 11 Smoothie Recipes

Smoothie Recipe: Soy Smoothie

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One serving of this delicious and refreshing smoothie has 4 to 6 grams of whole soy protein, which has been linked to a wide range of women’s health benefits, including weight loss and better looking skin, hair, and nails. Get the recipe here.

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Smoothie Recipe: Citrus Smoothie

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This tart and sweet smoothie makes the perfect guilt-free dessert. Plus, pineapple is an excellent source of immune-boosting vitamin C and manganese. Get the recipe here.

Smoothie Recipe: Sunburst Smoothie

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Unlike many smoothies that are more like milkshakes in disguise, this refreshing blend only costs you 150 calories and 1 g fat! Pair it with heart-healthy oatmeal (we love this quick and easy recipe!) for the perfect power breakfast. Get the recipe here.

Smoothie Recipe: Nicole Scherzinger's Blueberry-Flaxseed Shake

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Carrie Wiatt, a nutritionist in Los Angeles, blends up this fruit smoothie to help clients like Fergie and Nicole Scherzinger shake their stuff. Plus, with 24 grams of protein and 5 grams of fiber, this tasty shake will keep you feeling full for hours! Get the recipe here.

Smoothie Recipe: Peanut-Butter Smoothie

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Peanut butter is one of those "bad" foods that are actually good for you. Sure, it's high in calories, but that's because it's packed with healthy monounsaturated fats. According to research from Brigham and Women's Hospital, people who eat a diet high in foods like olive oil, avocados, and peanut butter are more likely to lose weight and keep it off than people following a more regimented, lower-fat diet. So go ahead and indulge in this creamy, no-fuss treat! Get the recipe here.

Smoothie Recipe: Avocado Smoothie

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Avocados are loaded with healthy fat, fiber, and B vitamins, which your body needs in order to maintain healthy nerves and brain cells. To get your daily dose of B, blend up this Brazilian-inspired smoothie recipe, courtesy of Dr. Oz. Get the recipe here.

Smoothie Recipe: Energy-Boosting Smoothie

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Want to look like a pro athlete? Eat like a pro athlete! This high-carb healthy smoothie keeps tennis pros at the US Open on top of their game. Get the recipe here, courtesy of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.

Smoothie Recipe: Berry-Yogurt Smoothie with Honey

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This berry-yogurt smoothie is the perfect, healthy meal on the go. Just toss fresh or frozen fruit in the blender with a few other ingredients and you’ll be out the door in less than 2 minutes. Get the recipe here.

Smoothie Recipe: Cherry-Vanilla Breakfast Smoothie

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Get your day off to a delicious start with this guilt-free, creamy smoothie. A study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition ranked cherries 14th out of the top 50 foods for their antioxidant power. They came ahead of well-known antioxidant powerhouses like red wine and dark chocolate. Get the recipe here.

Smoothie Recipe: Orange Creamsicle

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The Orange Creamsicle is rich in fiber, vitamins C and E and energy boosting B vitamins. Get the recipe here.

Smoothie Recipe: Tropical Tango

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For a healthy, well-rounded lunch, try pairing this refreshing smoothie with a slice of whole-grain bread topped with spicy mustard and 1 ounce of reduced-fat Cheddar. Get the recipe here.