Immune-boosting tamarillo smoothie

Immune-boosting tamarillo smoothie

Immune-boosting tamarillo smoothie

Tamarillo, which is called the “tree tomato” in New Zealand, is a sweet exotic fruit that is in season during the winter. Tamarillo is packed with antioxidants and vitamins that help boost the immune system.

Let’s take a look at the ingredients in this immune-boosting tamarillo smoothie.

Almond milk:
They are excellent sources of calcium, vitamin E, folic acid, omega-3 fatty acids and fiber. Almonds are natural powerhouses and have shown benefits in lowering cholesterol, brain health, heart health, weight loss, and more. Almond milk is the perfect base for this immune-boosting tamarillo smoothie.

They are an excellent source of natural sugars. Bananas have shown health benefits in the area of cancer prevention because of their high levels of antioxidants. They also help aid in digestion, promote healthy bones, lower blood pressure, and more. They work very well in this immune-boosting tamarillo smoothie.

The main ingredients in this immune-boosting tamarillo smoothie are very high in potassium, which is essential for regulating blood pressure and building muscle. They are also high in vitamin C, which helps boost the immune smoothie.

Process the following ingredients in a blender:

4 tamarillos, skin peeled
1 banana
1/2 cup of almond milk
1 tsp of coconut palm sugar

Make sure ingredients are organic

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1. “The Nutritional Composition and Health Benefits of New Zealand Tamarillos.” Institute for Food & Crop Research, Jan. 2005. Web. 12 Jan. 2015.
2. “Tamarillo Nutrition Facts and Health Benefits.” Nutrition And Nutrition And, n.d. Web. 12 Jan. 2015.
3. “Quick Facts.”, n.d. Web. 12 Jan. 2015.

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