Mint ‘chocolate chip’ smoothie / protein shake

New creation at WinnieFitness HQ – mint ‘chocolate chip’ (cacao nibs) protein shake. I have a thing for mint choc chip treats and drinks (chocolate, ice-cream).  This is a very good alternative to satisfy my sweet tooth!

Try the recipe below and let me know what you think

Ingredients for 1 serving:

100ml unsweentened almond milk

100 ml water

4 ice cubes (for frappe effect)

1 cup baby spinach

10 mint leaves

1/4 avocado

1 scoop vanilla protein powder

Directions:

Add almond milk and water into a blender. Add in the rest of the ingredients. Blend until mixture is smooth.

Then top with 1 tsp cacao nibs and enjoy!

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Fat: friend or enemy?

healthy fat daily dose

#Nutrition Tip: If you want to eat healthy, lose weight without counting calories, then healthy fat is your new best friend.

Lots of us are scared of eating fatty food. But the truth is, eliminating all fats from the diet is going to make us hungry by the end of the day. At this point, many people will turn to unhealthy snacks, refined carbs, convenient food which totally ruin their ‘diet’.

Healthy fats are actually good, and essential for our body to function. Have a portion of healthy fat with your meals will keep you satisfied throughout the day, and reduce sugar craving. What’s more, they keep your skin and hair healthy and shiny too. Bonus!

My favourite source of healthy fats are: avocado, raw almonds, extra virgin olive oil, salmon fillet, sardine, nut butter. What’s your favourite?