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Dr. Rhonda Patrick Smoothie Recipes

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If you were searching for Rhonda Patrick smoothie you probably already know who she is. You can go ahead and scroll down to see the information about the two smoothies that she has made “famous”. If not, you can learn more about her right here:

Who is Dr. Rhonda Patrick?

According to Dr. Bruce Ames, Rhonda Perciavalle Patrick has a Ph.D. in biomedical science from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis TN, and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Memphis TN. She also has a Bachelor of Science degree in biochemistry/chemistry from the University of California, San Diego.

During her career, she has done extensive research on aging, cancer, and nutrition.

She did her graduate research at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital where she investigated the link between mitochondrial metabolism, apoptosis, and cancer.

Her cornerstone goal is to encourage the wider public to achieve health and longevity using a proactive preventative approach to health. Her extensive education has led to her promoting strategies to increase healthspan, well-being, cognitive and physical performance through a deeper understanding of biology.

She also has an active podcast called FoundMyFitness. She describes her podcast as “promoting strategies to increase healthspan, wellbeing, cognitive and physical performance through deeper understandings of biology.”

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Dr. Rhonda Patrick Smoothie #1

The video that started her smoothie craze was first uploaded to Youtube on January 6, 2015, titled “Rhonda’s Ultimate Micronutrient Smoothie”. The smoothie is 64oz and she drinks half of that daily. This smoothie is packed with the amino acids, vitamins, and minerals you need to get your complete daily needs.

Click here to view the blender that she uses for her smoothie!

Ingredients:

  • large kale leaves (8)
  • rainbow chard leaves with stems (4-6)
  • baby spinach (3 cups)
  • carrots (2 medium to large)
  • tomato (1)
  • avocado (1 large)
  • banana (1)
  • apple (1)
  • blueberries (1 cup fresh or frozen)
  • ground flaxseed (tablespoon optional)
  • unsweetened flax milled (3 cups)

Benefits

All of the green leafy ingredients in the smoothie are high micronutrient vitamins and minerals like magnesium. 45% of people in the United States do not have a high enough daily magnesium intake.

32oz of this smoothie will put you over the daily recommended magnesium amount. These ingredients will help in many areas, including improved brain function.

Kale – High in magnesium, lutein, sulforaphane, and zeaxanthin. Lutein and zeaxanthin have been shown to slightly enhance visual performance and the long-term benefits have been shown to prevents several types of age-related macular degeneration (Source).

Spinach – High in folate. The role of Vitamin B in folate is important in red blood cell formation and for healthy cell growth and function (Source).

Rainbow Chard – High in Vitamin K. Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin the human body requires for complete synthesis of certain proteins that are prerequisites for blood coagulation and which the body also needs for controlling the binding of calcium in bones and other tissues (Source).

Carrots and Tomato – High Beta Carotene and Lycopene

Avocado – High in​Potassium, Vitamin E, and Monounsaturated Fat

Apples and Blueberries – High in the Flavonoids Quercetin, Anthocyanins, Epicatechins

Flaxseed and Flax Milk – High in Alpha-Linolenic Acid

You can read more about the entire process of her smoothie from this PDF on her website.

Dr. Rhonda Patrick Smoothie #2

Dr. Patrick’s smoothie got an update in 2016. As you can see below, many of the ingredients remained the same, but the few changes were because “varying the sources from where you get your micronutrients … allows you to make sure you are getting a little bit of everything instead of way too much of one thing”.

Click here to view the blender that she uses for her smoothie!

Ingredients:
8 Kale Leaves
2 Rainbow Chard Leaves
1 Tomato
1 Large Carrot
2 Celery Stalks
8 Pieces of Parsley
1 Apple
2 Cups of Spinach
1 Lemon
1-2 Cups of Blueberries
1 Avocado
1/4 Cup of Hydrolyzed Collagen
2 Cups of

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