Smoothie Recipe For Weight Loss – Fast Diet Tropical Weight Loss Smoothie To Lose Weight Fast

Fat burning breakfast pappaya smoothie. How to lose weight with fast diet smoothie – 290 calories tropical weight loss smoothie.
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This filling tropical smoothie will keep you full till lunch time and also prevents from any sugary cravings.

Note that no artificial sweetener or honey is added into the smoothie; to make it vegan avoid curd/yogurt.

Its important to note that I used low fat curd.

Flax seed is a great functional food. It is low in carb and has high amount of essential amino acids. Flax seeds supports in weight loss by keeping you full for longer. It stabilizes the blood sugar levels and helps in avoiding the insulin spikes in the blood.

Weight loss with flax seeds

Turmeric is a natural detoxifier and helps to reduce weight.

Turmeric tea:

How To Lose Weight Fast – 5 KG:

Fast Diet Weightloss Smoothie:

Mango Lassi Overnight Oats:

Half papaya
2 plantains (pazham or baby bananas)
1 cup frozen pineapple (frozen pineapple give the creamy texture).
1 frozen banana.
1 mango
1/2 cup low fat curd/yogurt
3/4 tsp turmeric powder
1- 11/2 tbsp flax seeds.

Pregnant Women should not consume papaya and pineapple.

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Do not have this drink if you are allergic to any of the ingredients or have any kidney disease or on a blood thinning medication.

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