The Fertility Diet: Healthy Smoothie Recipes

I can’t help it. I love food! And smoothies have a certain soft spot in my heart.  They're smooth, delicious, and if you make them the right way, they are packed with good nutrients, vitamins and antioxidants!

Check out some of my favorites below: 

The best healthy smoothie recipes for your fertility health 

*blend in an industrial blender

The vitamin sea : Packed with vitamin C, an important vitamin for your fertility.  Vitamin C helps with regulating reproductive hormones and can improve fertility in men and women.  Make sure you get this vitamin in your daily dose of goodness! 

  • one organic orange or 2 clementines 
  • 1 cup of organic coconut milk 
  • a handful of frozen organic strawberries 
  • a handful of frozen organic peaches 
  • a dash of cinnamon 
  • a dash of organic vanilla extract 


The anti-inflammatory : This smoothie is a cherry almond heavenly blend.  Cherry juice is full of antioxidants that are proven to reduce inflammation (great for those reproductive organs), decrease swelling, and increase metabolism.  So get drinking!  

  • about a cup of organic almond/coconut milk
  • a half a frozen organic banana  
  • a large handful of organic frozen cherries 
  • a dash of cinnamon
  • organic almond extract or one tablespoon of organic almond butter
  • a tablespoon of hemp seeds 

The classic refresher AKA "the green machine" : Who doesn't love some green goodness? We know team BINTO does! This recipe masks the taste of greens and just tastes like a coconutty, penutbuttery and jelly, smoothie.  The nuts have protein to keep you full, and the greens add that nutritious kick. Set yourself and your body up for a healthy new year with this mineral and vitamin packed smoothie blend! 

  • a half a frozen organic banana 
  • a tablespoon of organic peanut butter 
  • fresh, organic kale - two leaves OR a handful of organic spinach 
  • a cup of frozen organic berries 
  • organic almond milk, enough to get it moving 
  • local, organic honey (a tablespoon or less) 
  • one tablespoon of coconut oil, 
  • top with some chia seeds and shredded coconut

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