Is it ok to add many kinds of seeds to smoothies?
May 13, 2019 5:10pm CST
I am not sure, but I think I am making a mistake. When I make a smoothie I add almonds, nuts, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds and chia seeds. Aren't those too many? I also add spinach. Maybe there are too many seeds. I want to gain weight, but maybe I should add just 2 kinds of seeds. But I don't add them in a big quantity. I add just small quantities. Do I make a mistake?
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I am not sure, you could maybe call someone at a vitamin store. They often will give you advice.Also, I just read this and shared the link.... Any variation of nuts will be of great help when added to your weight gain smoothies. Per one half cup of sliced almonds, you can add around 250+ calories. Aside from being calorie-dense, these additions are nutrient-dense as well. Walnuts for example, provide a good portion of healthy fats and protein. You can get a good boost of both protein and healthy carbohydrates to provide yourself and your muscles with much-needed nourishment.
Making your own smoothies can be a tasty & faster way to supplement extra calories for weight gain. Here are 10 good foods to add to weight gain smoothies:
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