Green Mango Smoothie

When adding any kind of vegetables and fruits into your diet, it’ll help your health. Phytochemicals which work as antioxidants are playing a key role when talking about healthy nutrients. Some foods are higher in antioxidants than others, though. The three major antioxidant vitamins are beta-carotene, vitamin C, and vitamin E. You’ll find them in colorful fruits and vegetables, especially those with purple, blue, red, orange, and yellow hues like mango. Regular consumption of fruit and vegetables is associated with reduced risks of cancer, cardiovascular disease, stroke, Alzheimer disease, cataracts, and some of the functional declines associated with Aing. Prevention is a more effective strategy than is treatment of chronic diseases. Find out more in a study made in Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

Serves 4

Green Mango Smoothie

10 min

10 minTotal Time

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  • 2dl= 0.8c= 20g Curly kale or black cabbage
  • 0,5 Lime's juice
  • 2tbsp Sesame seeds
  • 1 Mango
  • 1 Avocado
  • 4-5dl= about 2c= 17.6 fl oz Water
  • ice cubes
  • Hint of Himalayan salt


  1. Cut of the leafy spines. Tear the borehole or black cabbage into peaces.
  2. Peel the mango and cut into pieces.
  3. Combine all ingredients into the blender and blend until smooth.

Some health benefits of this smoothie:


The antioxidant zeaxanthin, found in mangoes, filters out harmful blue light rays and is thought to play a protective role in eye health and possibly ward off damage from macular degeneration. Mango is also rich in beta-carotene with is an antioxidant (fights against free radicals) and which human body converts into an essential vitamin A (retinol). You can find more information about mango health benefits here.

Curly kale

An absolute superfood! Kale is the most nutrient tense green leafed vegetable. It aids in blood clotting, promotes healthy vision, retinal function and fights cancer. Curly kale as well as other green leafy greens contains huge amount of carotenoids which work as a pigment but also as a strong antioxidant. Carotenoids slow down cell aging and keeps the skin looking young and healthy as it also helps with acne and other skin problems. Kale also contains high amounts of phytonutrients and folate (which fights against depression), calcium, potassium and anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids. Kale is also improving the gut bacteria which is vital for our health.


Avocado is incredibly nutritious! It’s high in fiber, which helps for natural detoxification, improve digestion and protects from chronic disease. Folate helps lower the risk of depression and it’s important for healthy pregnancy. Vitamin K can support bone health by increasing calcium absorption. Avocado also has two phytochemicals that are especially concentrated in the tissues in the eyes and it has a natural plant sterol called beta-sitosterol which is important for the heart health.


Limes can help fight infections and improve immune system due to high vitamin C which is an effective antioxidant. Rich in soluble fiber, limes are good for digestion and also to balance blood sugar levels. Moreover, soluble fiber can decrease the rate of inflammation of the blood vessels. Lime juice and other citrus products have been found to kill Vibrio cholera bacteria and act as a biocide.

Sesame seeds

All seeds have essential fatty acids and are high in protein, they are also chock-full of antioxidants and high in fiber which helps boost your metabolism. Sesame seeds have huge health benefits. They have high quality protein, rich in calcium and magnesium. The high zinc content helps produce collagen, giving skin more elasticity and helping repair damaged body tissues.

Himalayan salt / Pink salt

A product of nature which is widely regarded as the cleanest, purest, and most “mineral-dense” salt available on the planet. Surprisingly, it contains 84 much-needed trace minerals, electrolytes, and other bio compounds that plays a vital role in our bodies. Loss of these important electrolyses might cause fogginess, fatigue and other health issues. Read more about why switching from processed table salt to a “full spectrum” salt here.


Cut off the leafy spine.


Ingredients: Mango, avocado, borecole, sesame seeds, lime, Himalayan salt.

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