Thursday, May 13, 2010

PMS Smoothie

So I watched this show today, The Doctors. It's on at the same time as Dr. Phil--whom I hate more than Oprah. They gave a recipe today for a PMS smoothie, touting that diets high in vitamin D and calcium have lower PMS symptoms. So here it is! They also listed 2 other recipes for smoothies that are also listed below...

PMS Smoothie:
In a blender mix 1 cup low fat yogurt, 8 oz orange juice, 1 cup fresh strawberries, 1 banana, 1 T molasses, or to taste.Blend for 45 seconds.

FYI, that's a HUGE smoothie. Maybe try half for a more manageable size.

Breakfast Smoothie:
 In a blender mix 1 cup milk, 1 scoop chocolate flavored multi-nutrient protein powder, 3-4 frozen strawberries 1/2 cup frozen blueberries. Blend for 45 seconds. 
The chocolate protein powder makes the consistency of the smoothie a cross between a chocolate milkshake and a fruit smoothie.

Orgasm Smoothie: 
Are you looking to spice up your sex life?  Try a culinary concoction that promises to perfect your orgasm!
1 banana
1 cup blueberries
1 cup rice, almond or non-fatmilk (substitute with juice of your choice if you don't want to use milk)
1 cup ice chips
½ cup peaches
1 tablespoon flaxseed
Dollop of honey
Sprinkle of ginger root (season to taste)
Sprinkle of nutmeg (season to taste)
Blend and enjoy!
Bananas: Contain potassium and B vitamins that convert carbohydrates into energy, boosting endurance and testosterone.
Blueberries: High in soluble fiber, which keeps arteries clear of cholesterol. Improved blood flow and relaxed blood vessels improve a man's erections, especially in older men.
Peaches: High in vitamin C. Men should consume at least 200 milligrams of vitamin C per day to increase the quality and quantity of their sperm.
Flaxseed: Increases testosterone levels and is packed with essential fatty acids, such as Omega-3 and Omega-6, which keeps hormones at optimal levels and sex drive revved.
Ginger root: Stimulates the circulatory system, increasing blood flow to the genitals.
Nutmeg: Stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system, which helps you relax.
Honey: Honey is rich in vitamin B, which is needed for testosterone production. The gooey nectar also contains boron, which may increase estrogen levels in women.

1 comment:

  1. I just made a smoothie and as I was drinking my banana, frozen blueberry, spinach, Silk, apple concoction, I wondered if there was PMS smoothie and...WALA - Here you are! LOL!

    Thanks for the information, I'll have to try it.