Tasty Low-Carb Coconut And Pineapple Smoothie [Recipe] | healthyinbody.com

Tasty Low-Carb Coconut And Pineapple Smoothie [Recipe]

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Tasty Low-Carb Coconut And Pineapple Smoothie-Providing a Wealth of Benefits

Are you having trouble finding a low-calorie diet?

What about a low-carb snack?

You might be familiar with pineapple and coconut in a drink. However, this is more than a drink. Tasty Low-Carb Coconut and Pineapple Smoothie is a nutrient-rich choice, with a combination of just a few ingredients.

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The glass may be small, but the benefits are huge!

Some of the many health benefits of Pineapple

The helpful, anti-cancer enzyme-bromelain, found in pineapples, can do so much for your health! Have you ever noticed that sign of redness on your skin after injury, swelling or other forms of inflammation?

This is something bromelain can help to fix. Bromelain also helps with digestion.

How much can your body defend itself?

Well, that is determined by what you feed it. Like a workman needs his tools, and a soldier needs his weapons, so does your immune system need the right nutrients to fight against possible illnesses.

Pineapples are high in vitamin C so next time you want to boost your health, you know what to take.

Some of the many benefits of soy(a) and coconut milk

This is vegan and lactose-intolerant friendly! It has soy(a) and coconut milk.

The addition of smooth and creamy coconut, like a ball of (good) monounsaturated fat, helps to lower your blood cholesterol. Lower bad cholesterol reduces your risk of heart problems and other related illnesses.

Is soy milk a good choice?

The protein-rich soy(a) contributes to your body’s health in many ways. The calcium, vitamin D and magnesium are like decks in a car. They work together. Without Vitamin D, calcium runs a risk of not being absorbed.

Like vitamin C, magnesium (which is present in pineapple) helps to boost the immune (defense) system and therefore tries to pull you from the possibility of getting sick.

Working together like links in a chain, your body needs your help to provide it with the nutrients it needs.

Treat your body right and it will treat you right!

If you would like to learn more about the delicious ingredient in this smoothie, you can find a great article here:

Or if you would like to try to make your own soy(a) milk, why not check out our step-by-step guide:

Low-Carb Coconut And Pineapple Smoothie


Low-Carb Coconut And Pineapple Smoothie

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Course: All DayCuisine: Low-CarbDifficulty: Easy


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  • 3 1/2 oz pineapple (peeled and cored)

  • 3 1/2 fl oz coconut milk

  • 3 1/2 fl oz soy(a) milk

  • 1/2 tsp toasted coconut to decorate


  • Put the frozen pineapple to the blender
  • Pour the coconut milk and soy(a) milk to the blender
  • Blend until smooth
  • Pour into a drinking glass and decorate with the toasted coconut
  • Enjoy!