Protein Mixed-Berry Smoothie

By Rita

Packed with protein, fiber, antioxidants and more, this body-building smoothie will have you ready to go the distance.

Protein Mixed-Berry Smoothie
  • 1/8 cup McCann's Steel Cut Oatmeal

  • 1 1/2 cup Soy Milk

  • 2 tbsp Flax Seed

  • 3 tbsp EZ Fiber

  • 1 Scoop Chocolate Whey Protein Powder(Body Fortress)

  • 1 cup Mixed Frozen Berries (strawberries,blueberries,raspberries,blackberries)

  • ice cubes

  1. Mix the oat and milk together and cook 55 sec. in the micro. Let it cool, and poor in the blender with all the remaining ingredients, and mix well. For extra volume add more ice. Enjoy!

Nutritional Facts


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7 replies

Unicorn_Lady 2015-06-23 15:52:20 -0500 Report

I think that smoothies are great, you have the control of what you put in them. Looking at different recipes, gives you ideas. Sure many are made for those without diabetes, but I feel those with diabetes should know the proper replacements for items that won't work.

spirit7 2011-03-31 09:02:48 -0500 Report

I am always looking for good smoothie recipes but this is way too high in carbs for me! I would cut the oatmeal and use almond milk (very low in carbs and delicious). Also I would use an organic cocoa and Harmonized Protein from Proventive (they also carry a vegan version and very low carb). The flax seed should be ground for maximum benefits.

joanne denison
joanne denison 2011-03-30 20:11:33 -0500 Report

sounds bad. soy is implicated in soooo many problems, besides being GMO, you need to check out the dr. mercola website. but basically soy is GMO and not GMO makes you healthier, but GMO ready for roundup, a strong herbicide—almost as bad as agent orange. not good. soy is an estrogen mimicker so if you have any reproductive problems or estrogen problems, it is not for you and may likely create these.

what guy wants to eat estrogen? any castrada out there?

whey protein is fine, but make sure it has been independently lab certified as toxin free. many contain heavy metals including mercury and aluminum. not good. why not just use cream or something all natural and not a "whey" product.

the carbs are way tooooooo high. a diabetic (and pretty much everyone else) should only have 25 gr per day.

skip the oat meal.

use organic cocoa instead.

the berries are fine, but count them in your total carbs for the day.

use cream instead of soy milk. soy in the US is all GMO (europe has banned this giant agra-GMO stuff), and mimicks estrogen.

soy is great in plastics and in fuel for your car. use it there! but definitely do not ingest the stuff.