Here’s a cool recipe from Jenny Sugar where she shares a bunch of healthy post-workout smoothie ideas.

Jenny also covers how these go to work in your body, so it’ll really get your creative juices flowing and help you come up with some great new ideas for your own smoothie recipes.
(Notice I’ve not mentioned weight-loss so far today!!)

Check out the recipe below and let me know what you think…

As Jenny says…

A little soreness lets you know you got in a good workout, but you don’t want to be so achy that it hurts to laugh or raise your arm to brush your hair.

Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) can cause discomfort for a day or two, and aside from stretching and taking an excruciating exhilarating ice bath, certain nutrients and foods can actually help prevent or ease your soreness.

Here’s a smoothie recipe you can whip up that’s chock-full of them.

Keep reading Next Page for the recipe and learn how to make this 260-calorie smoothie.