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Purple Cabbage Smoothie – Delicious!

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This brightly colored vegetable brings a wide variety of benefits to the table. It’s loaded with Vitamins C, A, K and fiber. It’s vivid color comes from the cancer-fighting antioxidant cyanidin. A purple cabbage is a powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial food due to its other antioxidants, too.

You can use purple cabbage with berry smoothies. A lot of people like to make ‘green smoothies’, where you blend greens with fruit. But if you blend a lot of greens with berries, you often get an unaesthetic brownish color (which still tastes great but not easy on the eyes for the kids). If you substitute purple cabbage for greens in a berry smoothie, you’ll get a brilliant purple color. Cabbage is also cheaper and lasts longer than classic greens.

***Cabbage is nutritionally similar to greens because it’s in fact just a different variety of the same species as kale, collar greens and broccoli!***

Purple Cabbage Smoothie

1⁄4 purple cabbage
1 banana – frozen
1 tablespoon maple syrup 1 cup almond milk

  1. Blend in your blender until smooth.
  2. Top with hemp hearts. Enjoy your health!

This awesome idea is by Lena at Pure Vegan Food. Enjoy this recipe and so many others in Part 1 of the Purple Edition of Healthy Mama Magazine. Enjoy your FREE subscription below…x


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