Best energizing superfoods for smoothies

5 Superfoods To Use In Smoothies To Boost Your Energy

Superfoods are powerful, nutrient-dense foods that provide the “biggest bang for your buck” and provide healthy disease-fighting vitamins and antioxidants without the adding excess calories.

The best way to add superfoods to your diet is to add them to smoothies because smoothies are also easy to make, easily absorbed, nutritious, healthy and filling. We’ve been using superfoods for years and this is how our smoothie revolution got started.

Superfoods are also perfect to support your weight loss efforts as they can curb those food cravings often associated with dieting and weight loss. Your body gets real nutrients, what it actually needs. Not just empty calories which will give you just quick sugar peak.

Those 5 superfoods are particularly good to beat fatigue and get energy shot from mother nature


Ancient Incan warriors ate Maca before battles for a boost in energy and stamina. Maca is a rich source of minerals including calcium, magnesium, sulfur, sodium, copper, zinc, iron, selenium, silicon, and potassium. It’s is also high in protein and carbs, provides moderate fiber and bioactive plant compounds and polyphenols.

Chia seeds

Chia is Mayan for “strength and chia seeds are about 20 to 30% protein, and 35 to 40% healthy fatty acids known as Omega – 3 fatty acids which are essential for the proper function of cells. Chia seeds also contain linolenic acid and linoleic acid which cannot be synthesized by your body and must be obtained from foods.


Still widely unknown in the Western world, the fruit of the Baobab tree has been a South African and Australian secret for centuries. The fruit is similar to citrus and tastes like a mix of grapefruit, pear and vanilla. Baobab is widely known for its many antioxidant content and medicinal and anti-aging properties secondary to cell repair.


Guarana grows primarily in the Amazon rainforests of Brazil and Venezuela. The shrub has red fruit with small black seeds that are the true “secret” of this plant. Guarana seeds contain a natural chemical guaranine which is almost identical to caffeine. When used as a supplement, guarana naturally boosts energy, increases metabolism and calorie burn and improves focus and memory.

Camu Camu

Another plant from the Amazon, the camu camu fruit is the world’s most concentrated source of natural vitamin C. Camu camu contains 30 times more vitamin C than an orange and 10 times more iron. The Vitamin C in camu camu is a powerful antioxidant that boosts your immune system, protects against chronic diseases, reduces inflammation, promotes detoxification, prevents infections, promotes eye health.

Easy, quick and perfect to fit into a busy lifestyle

Although superfoods are the natures best foods, using them could get too messy sometimes (having too many in your kitchen) and knowing how to use them is the second problem. This is why we’ve created a blend of those same five nutrient-dense superfoods and it makes it easy to use… just add a spoonful to your smoothie and you are boosted!

You could shop for these five superfoods individually, but here’s much easier solution – Energy superfood blend made for smoothies. We’ve been there and we know what it means to have 24 different superfoods in your kitchen, without knowing how to use them.

Save yourself the time and hustle, grab your Energy superfood blend – a unique blend of 5 energizing superfoods like maca, baobab, guarana, chia seeds and camu-camu.

Energizing superfoods

Energy Superfood Blend Helps With Physical Fatigue

  • Boosts your energy levels naturally
  • Contains caffeine, 1 teaspoon is equal to 1 shot of espresso
  • Contains high levels of calcium, potassium, iron, B vitamins (B1, B2, B6) and vitamin C
  • 5 energizing superfoods in 1 blend: maca, baobab, guarana, camu-camu and chia seeds
  • No added sugar, additives or preservatives
  • All organic ingredients

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