A Fresh Morning Start: Avocado Kale Protein Smoothie

​​Less-than-a-minute Option (with Fat Loss Boosting Benefits)

This is a super nutritious and light breakfast if you have absolutely no time and don't like eating early in the morning! Okay, I know raw kale could be either a great hit or a total disaster, especially if you mean to have it in the morning. This super veggie on its own is not exactly as deliscious as nutritious, but here is how you can add it to your menu and actually enjoy it. 


​You know that dark leafy greens are good for just about everything​ from fighting stress, anxiety and headaches to beating bloated belly. Leafy greens are nutrient and fiber rich and make you feel full for longer, but you need to keep them in your regular meals, because it takes time to experience the results.

​Kale, however, is the ultimate veggie! ​

  1. ​It is amazing anti-inflammatory food, providing great balance between pro-inflammatory omega-6 and anti-inflammatory omega-3 essential fatty acids.
  2. It's great antioxidant and a natural detoxifier.
  3. It prevents cancer and lowers cholesterol.
  4. It's amazing for eye and bone health.
  5. Kale makes skin glow!
  6. And it's perfect for fat loss!

The best about this recipe is that avocado enhances kale benefits even more!

Combining kale with avocado can make fat-soluble carotenoids more available to your body. While avocado is full of fat, it will not make you fat, because it will keep you satiated for longer.

Why should you try this recipe?

Because it's super quick, easy, light ans easy digestable. You get your morning protein serving combined with healthy fats and you don't need to frawn on your leafy greens.

You can take this smoothie on your way to work or prior to your morning workout and you'll love how it makes you feel!

​Avocado Kale Protein ​Smoothie


2-3 kale leaves

1/2 medium avocado

1 scoop protein powder

​vanilla extract



Mix everything together and blend until smooth.

Then enjoy!

Recipe Notes:

If your protein powder is not flavoured, you may add stevia or monk fruit. And if you're not in the fat loss team, you can use honey or dates  as a sweetener instead.

​Let me know if you try this recipe!

I would love to know if you try this recipe! Leave a comment ​or tag a photo @​the.fit.sense or #thefitsense on Instagram or Facebook. I’d love to see ​your results!

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