So, not-so coincidentally, she has a recipe for a ginger-peach smoothie, that's loaded with adaptogens such as Tocotrienols and He Shou Wu, Goji berries (which are a complete source of plant-based protein), and black pepper and turmeric (which should be used together to help activate the turmeric). "It's really detoxifying, so it's going to help pull out the water out of the body—it's [also a] really great menstruation smoothie. I like mine a little spicy: A little cayenne or capsaicin could be nice to rev up your immune system to get your metabolism going for the day." Don't like OJ? Try swapping it with a ginger tea for an extra anti-inflammatory punch.
Keep scrolling for Roe's recipe to help you crush summer bloat.
Prep Time5 minutes
- 1/2- inch knob of ginger sliced
- 1 peach frozen
- 1 Tbsp Goji berries
- 1/2 tsp turmeric
- 1/2 tsp black pepper
- 8 to 10 oz. orange juice
- 1 squeeze of lemon
- 1/2 gram He Shou Wu
- 1 tsp Blue Lotus
- 1 tsp Tocotrienol powder
- 2 scoops Vital Proteins Collagen Powder
Place all items in the blender and then blend until smooth. If you don't like orange juice, you can opt for oat milk or coconut milk or whatever dairy-free alternative works for you.
If you're all about smoothies seven days a week, try this Strawberry-Kiwi Cauliflower rendition and here's a six-ingredient green smoothie from one of the stars of Glow.
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