Smoothie for a Gluten Free Lunch

In the last couple months I have been travelling more often than not and my eating has been taking a toll as well. With that, I have been struggling with digestion and have reverted back to smoothies - it's much easier to digest liquid like / mashed foods. 

Smoothies are easy. 
1. Choose your fruit and vegetables. I try and incorporate spinach or kale in all of my smoothies and a frozen banana to add to the thickness or creaminess 

Most recently, I have had an infatuation for mangoes, so mangoes are in EVERYTHING I make!

2. Choose your base. I'm fine with water as a base, but from time-to-time I will add a nut milk

3. Choose a thinkener. I like to add nut butters or gluten free oats. 


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