Help unlock your brain’s potential with this Brain Power Cranberry Smoothie. We include some of nature’s best brain medicine in this memory drink, including a liberal portion of cranberries. Of all the berries, cranberries have shown the highest propensity for helping to reverse effects of cognitive decline. When eaten regularly, cranberries have proven effective at preventing the development or worsening of serious illnesses. DHA is essential for proper brain development in infants and exhibits restorative qualities in the brain, as well. These ingredients we’ve chosen for our cranberry smoothie help to keep brain structures functioning as they should, so that your cognitive abilities may soar! Power up your brain today.
Ready In: 5 minutes
1/4 cup frozen cranberries
1 teaspoon monk fruit sweetener
1 cup coconut milk
2 teaspoons DHA oil
1 tablespoon MCT oil
2 tablespoons collagen powder
Note: Add ice if preferred chilled
Pour 1 cup of coconut milk into a blender or food processor.
Add 1/4 cup of frozen cranberries.
Spoon in 2 teaspoons of DHA oil and 1 tablespoon of MCT oil.
Add 1 teaspoon of monk fruit sweetener and 2 tablespoons of collagen powder.
Add ice to the mix, if you prefer.
Blend the ingredients until the mixture is smooth.
Top with coconut flakes for a snowy aesthetic and enjoy!
Cranberries: have been praised for their ability to remedy memory problems. Cranberries contain compounds that discourage the coagulation of harmful cholesterol in blood vessels of the brain.
Monk fruit sweetener: helps to deter brain inflammation. Monk fruit contains compounds called mogrosides that exhibit anti-inflammatory properties.
Coconut milk and MCT oil: contain medium-chain triglycerides that help promote increased brain function when consumed regularly.
DHA oil: is derived from docosahexaenoic acid that sustains proper brain function. DHA is crucial for functional brain development in babies.
Collagen: has been studied for its remarkable brain repair characteristics, particularly useful for combating neurodegenerative diseases, such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases.