A few words on chlorella from the Honey Hi team: “Chlorella and spirulina are both freshwater algaes that are valuable sources of essential fatty acids, complete plant protein, antioxidants, and chlorophyll. They are also very powerful immune system modulators. Chlorella is also a great ‘binder,’ meaning it can attach to noxious substances like heavy metals and assist your body in carrying them out of the system. It’s important to consume organic, broken-cell wall Chlorella Pyrendoisa to incur its full medicinal properties.”
6 oz almond pumpkin seed milk or alternate milk of choice
2 oz coconut milk
5 oz frozen young Thai coconut meat
4-6 mint leaves
1 frozen banana
1 tsp chlorella
1 tsp spirulina
1 tbsp cacao nibs to finish
1. Add ingredients except cacao nibs to blender. Blend until smooth.
2. Add cacao nibs and blitz for 5 seconds to incorporate but not over blend.
Originally featured in A Morning Chlorella Smoothie That Actually Tastes Good