Recipes, Well Being

Peach & Mango Smoothie

Peach and mango season is in! I love these two fruits so much! They are sweet, colorful, and full of nutrients for our body. In this recipe I included both fruits. Also, I need to say that I did this randomly without knowing if it was going to come out tasty. It turned out to be delicious! My husband loved it!!!

  • 2 peaches
  • 1 ripe mango (I squeezed all the pulp out the mango, it was a bit messy, but I was ablle to get all the juice and pulp out)
  • 3 big slices of pineapple
  •  coconut water to taste ( I used about 1 1/2 cup, you can keep pouring to your taste. Don’t forget it’s a smoothie)

Blend it all together in your high speed blender (I used the Vitamix), add ice to taste, and voile!

Benefits of mango:

  • fights against colon, breast, leukemia, and prostate cancer (full of antioxidants)
  • lowers cholesterol (high in pectin and vitamin C)
  • clears the pores of skin
  • great for healthy eyesight (rich in vitamin A)
  • alkalizes the body
  • promotes healthy sex (rich in vitamin E)
  • improves digestion
  • boosts the immune system (has great amount of vitamin C, vitamin A, and is very rich of carotenoids)

Benefits of peaches:

  • rich in antioxidants such as lutein, zeaxanthin, beta-crytoxanthin
  • helps to fight against hypo kalmia (rich in potassium)
  • fights against cancer (rich in phenolic and carotenoid)
  • promotes skin glow (rich in vitamin C)
  • helps to protect against the effects of UV light (full of flavonoids)
  • awesome for the eyesight (rich in beta-carotene)(has a great amount of vitamin C)
  • wonderful for digestion (high amount of fiber)
  • great for the nervous system helping to prevent anxiety and stress (full of magnesium)

I hope you enjoy this recipe just as much as my husband and I did! Take advantage of this great season and fill your fruit tray with these two amazing fruits. Your body, inside and out, will thank you greatly!

Until next time!


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