Smoothies are found everywhere these days and they can be a curse and a gift. Some of them are down right delicious but what you might not know is they are packed with more sugar and fat than is needed and are really doing your waistline more harm than good. But do you know what the best part about a smoothie is, besides the taste? They are ridiculously easy to make yourself and just like your Jiu Jitsu game you can tailor them to your needs. Even if you lack the ability to boil water successfully your culinary skills are still good enough to make a smoothie…hell you just put everything in a blender and press a button. If this is beyond you than it’s a mystery how you have survived this long. Enough ranting, it is time to toss all of the facts out there and turn this nutritional enlightening blender on high.
So you got a good feel for what types of foods help us recover if you’ve read this article. This beverage hits almost all of those categories and is a totally universal smoothie. It can be a meal replacement, breakfast, pre-training of even post-training recovery smoothie. Let’s meet those killer ingerdients that will be working for us to snuff the life out of our soreness.
With this recipe in your arsenal you will have no issues wanting to make smoothies and hitting the mats harder than before because it kicks your sore muscles ass. Rich peanut buttery goodness with hints of all your favorite flavor combos found in every gulp from PB covered apples, PB banana and even PB&J. This smoothie is a hit for all taste buds.
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