Rich in flavor and low in fats, this delectable smoothie is rich in protein and almost fulfils
75% of your daily vitamin C allowance.
Fresh Pineapple (diced and frozen) : 1 Cup
Banana : Half
Crushed ice : A handful
Homemade curd or yogurt : 1 Cup
Low-fat or skimmed milk OR coconut milk : Half cup
– Add pineapple, banana, yogurt and ice to blender. Add 1 cup of the milk. Pulse until
mixture is smooth.
– Add more milk about 1/4 cup at a time until desired consistency is reached.
– Add the crushed ice to the mixture.
– Pour into a glass and drink.
The article is authored by Dietitian Ashu Gupta. Her research papers are being followed in AIIMS, New Delhi. She is an active and regular invitee to Medical conference on causes and prevention of various lifestyle diseases. She has been appraised for her contributions with the Developing Country Sponsorship Award at Lulfost 17th World Congress on Food Science and Technology at Montreal, Canada.
About The Dietitian:
Ashu Gupta is a Dietician and Nutritionist with post graduate degree in Dietetics and food service management and maintains a private practice in Gurgaon and NCR.. She serves to encourage wellness through Nutrition consultation and counselling by integrating scientifically proven foods from your own kitchen. She specializes in Weight Management (Gain and Loss), Adolescent Obesity, Pre/Post Natal Nutrition and specific medical condition diets. She has experience in hospital,food service,corporate and community settings. She has carved a niche for herself in the highly competitive and purely result oriented field of Diet and Nutrition. She believes that food and eating are completely individual practices.She does not just prescribes diets , She helps people make realistic lifestyle changes while enjoying your food. She has been keenly working in the field of Weight management and lifestyle related disorder.
Dietician Ashu Gupta has been actively working in the field of weight management and lifestyle related disorders. She has always believed in natural ways of achieving health and do not believe in artificial methods like machines, medicines, supplements etc.She has dedicated her professional life of many years to revolutionizing food-as-medicine in treatment and prevention of Disease.
She is an active Member Of Indian Dietetic Association. +
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