ninja smoothie

A Powerful Start to The Morning

By Callum @ AvocadoNinja


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  • The Ninja Smoothie has been specially developed to be a powerhouse of nutritional goodness.
  • It's raw, easy to digest, alkaline and delicious.
  • It gives you at least 5 portions of raw, alkaline veggies in one drink.
  • Provides 97% of all protein types, dietary fibre, healthy fats, an array of vitamins and minerals.
  • Contains MCT Oil, which gives your body the building blocks to produce ketones - the optimal form of fuel for your mind and body.

In this article, I show you a smoothie that's not only a nutritional powerhouse, but it gives your body the best possible fuel for unlimited energy.

optimal nutrition & energy

We've designed the Ninja Smoothie to be a powerhouse of nutritional goodness. Not only does it provide a complete meal, but it's also raw, easy to digest, alkaline and delicious. It gives you at least 5 portions of raw, alkaline veggies in one drink.


It provides 97% of all protein types, dietary fibre, healthy fats, an array of vitamins and minerals. It gives you a huge nutritional boost at very little digestive cost.


Not only that, but it contains MCT Oil, which gives your body the building blocks to produce ketones - the optimal form of fuel for your mind and body.

NINJA smoothie

Preparation Time: 5 minutes



  • 1tsp - 1tbsp MCT Oil (start with 1 tsp and work up).
  • 1 x Avocado
  • 1 x Cucumber
  • Handful of Lettuce
  • 2 x Medium Tomatoes
  • Juice of 1 lime


Put together in a blender and blend for 2 minutes.

Other Tips:

  • Start your day with the Ninja ReMineralize drink.
  • To begin with, add a kiwi to sweeten, while your taste buds adjust.
  • Add berries for anti-oxidants, such as blueberries, raspberries, strawberries etc.
  • Add other superfoods, such as Maca, Ginseng, Goji Berries, etc.
  • Add coconut water - it's alkaline and adds electrolytes. A great way to adjust the consistency.

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