Low-Carb Blackcurrant Cheesecake Smoothie [Recipe] | healthyinbody.com

Low-Carb Blackcurrant Cheesecake Smoothie [Recipe]

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Tantalize Your Taste buds and Boost your health with Low-Carb Blackcurrant Cheesecake Smoothie

“The food you eat can be either the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison”- Ann Wigmore

What enters your body tells it how healthy you’ll become. Start by making simple changes! Our Low-carb Blackcurrant Cheesecake Smoothie makes this so easy to come to life.

How about resting the high carb soda or ‘pop’ for a little?

Smoothies may sound cliché when it comes on to healthy beverage choices, but there are so many ways to spice it up!

Ever thought blackcurrant and cheesecake could be in harmony?

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Here are some benefits they provide…

Some of the many health benefits of Blackcurrants

Blackcurrant is medicine in a fruit. It gives residence for Vitamin C, and antioxidants, which are great at putting up a shield when diseases or sickness are approaching. It trains your immune system like soldiers in an army.

Of course, sniffling, sore throats or any related flu symptoms are easy knockouts.

Consult your blackcurrants if you have high blood pressure, diabetes, problems with your eyes or nerves!

They also have vitamin B2 which helps to breakdown your carbs, protein, and fat and satisfy your body’s biggest craving- oxygen (it allows your body to use it).

Let’s talk about another ingredient.

Some of the many health benefits of Soy(a) milk

Milk is the main ingredient that adds fluff to your smoothie. We have used soy milk, which is lower in fat and a useful alternative.

Why not almond milk?

Soy milk is lower in carbs than other legumes, the perfect fit for your low-carb diet. Unlike whole milk, it is rich in iron (friend of your red blood cells) and vitamin K2 (helps with blood clotting).

Like a cherry on top, cheesecake is added to deliver that unique flavor to your taste buds, with calcium and vitamin D (for strong bones) as well as vitamin K.

If you would like to learn more about how to make a healthy smoothie, you can find this helpful article here:

Low-Carb Blackcurrant Cheesecake Smoothie


Low-Carb Blackcurrant Cheesecake Smoothie

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Course: All DayCuisine: Low-CarbDifficulty: Easy


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  • 2 ice cubes

  • 3 oz blackcurrants

  • 2 oz cream cheese

  • 3 1/2 fl oz soy(a) milk

  • squeeze of lemon juice to taste

  • Blackcurrants to decorate


  • Put ice cubes to the blender
  • Then add the blackcurrants
  • Add the cream cheese
  • Pour over the soy(a) milk
  • Add a squeeze of lemon juice to taste
  • Blend until smooth
  • Pour into a drinking glass then decorate with blackcurrants
  • Enjoy!