Blueberry & Walnut Smoothie<br>– BRAIN FOOD Booster –

Blueberry & Walnut Smoothie
– BRAIN FOOD Booster –

Dr. Tennant’s® Brain Food is just that, food that fuels your brain.  But sometimes you want to take it to a new level by adding some natural ingredients known for being powerhouses in the nutrition world.  Blueberries are a known superfood that contain phytoflavinoids, are high in fiber and packed with vitamins.  They have anti-inflammatory properties and a low glycemic index.   Walnuts are also a superfood for the brain.  They have a high concentration of DHA, a type of Omega-3 fatty acid that helps prevent the decline of age-related cognitive decline. So when you need that brain boost, but don't want to reach for stimulants, give our Brain Booster Smoothie a try!

Ingredients for your Blueberry & Walnut Brain Food Booster:

  1. 1 scoop Brain Food or Brain Food +
  2. 1/4 cup blueberries
  3. 4-5 walnut halves
  4. 8 oz of water or almond milk
  5. 1/2 to 1 cup crushed ice (optional)

Instructions for your Blueberry & Walnut Brain Food Booster:

In a blender add the following and blend until smooth:

  1. Liquid: water or milk.
  2. Add Brain Food.
  3. Add blueberries and walnuts.
  4. Add ice (optional) or pour over ice.
  5. Secure lid on your blender and blend until smooth.

Pour into your favorite glass and top off with a few blueberries and some fresh mint . ENJOY!

It’s your body. It’s your life. Ingredients matter.



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 Dr. Tennant's® Brain Food

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Dr. Tennant's® Brain Food+ (Plus)

Combines Dr. Tennant’s® Original Brain Food with Diatomaceous Earth and Humic & Fulvic Acids for absorption and optimization. Dr. Tennant’s® Brain Food+ provides your brain the nutrients it needs for cognitive focus, mental acuity and memory function, and helps eliminate brain fog naturally.

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