Brimming with B complex vitamins and nourishing the whole body, this smoothie also lends a nutritional blast of blueberries and is made with 100 percent juice/puree blend.
This Monster Smoothie is a wise and wonderful way to get your B-vitamins. At Odwalla, we blend the best ingredients from nature with the latest learning in nutrition to create products bursting with living flavor that nourish your body, mind and spirit. Our mission today is the same as it's been for more than 25 years: nourish people everywhere, respect our planet, protect the soil with sustainable practices, and create products good for the soul.
Swirled together into a scrumptious beverage are orange juice, blueberries, mangos, bananas, apple juice and concord grape juice. An added boost of the all-important B-vitamins assists in energy metabolism and are a vital part of a healthy diet.
The Odwalla Blueberry B Monster Smoothie contains no artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives. Flash pasteurized. The only slightly bad point we could find was that the smoothie is a bit high in sugar per serving.
Nutrition Facts per 8 oz serving:
Calories: 140; Total fat: 0; Sodium: 10mg; Potassium: 360mg; Total Carbohydrate: 34g; Sugars: 23g; Protein: 0
- Very low in sodium.
- Very high in niacin.
- Very high in pantothenic acid.
- Very high in riboflavin.
- Very high in thiamin.
- Very high in vitamin B6.
- Very high in vitamin B12.
- High in vitamin C.
Odwalla is committed to only using ingredients that are not produced using biotechnology.
Orange Juice, Blueberry Puree, Mango Puree, Banana Puree, Apple Juice, Concord Grape Juice, Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid), Niacinamide, Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine Hydrochloride), Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin 5 Phosphate), Calcium Pantothenate, Vitamin B1 (Thiamine Hydrochloride), Biotin and Vitamin B12.
Odwalla's sells a vast array of fruit juices (many with super protein) and smoothies. They also have a line of marvelous nutrition bars in a large variety of flavors. All healthy!
Should You Drink Soy Milk or Regular Milk?
First, if you are concerned about calcium intake, stick with cow's milk. You would have to drink three times as much soy milk to equal the calcium in cow's milk. It also contains vitamins D and B-12, which are not in soy. Many people, especially those following a vegan or vegetarian diet, are touting soy milk as a great health benefit and rightfully so.
Like dairy milk, soy milk is a great source of protein. Both types of milk contain fat unless, of course, you purchase the fat-free versions, but the fat in soy is the healthier, unsaturated fat. Thus, the benefit. Unsaturated fat improves cholesterol and lowers the risk of heart disease. In addition, soy is made from soy beans. This makes it a great source of fiber, isoflavones and plant estrogen that helps ward off osteoporosis, heart disease and cancer.
If you are lactose intolerant, vegan or you have a history of heart disease or high cholesterol, give soy a try. Just be sure to choose the enriched version, along with a daily calcium supplement.
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