Food & Recipes

Mango-Coconut Colada


This tropical chiller is full of island-inspired fruits that are packed with powerful enzymes to nourish and revitalize. Fruit enzymes in mangos (mangiferin) help the body utilize sugar after eating to prevent blood-sugar spikes that cause cravings and fatigue. And coconut enzymes (catalase) have been shown to break down the protein molecules that collect in the GI track to banish bloat.

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Here’s the sweet recipe:

1 cup mango nectar, like Jumex

1 cup frozen mango chunks

¾ cup frozen pineapple chunks

½ cup plain Greek yogurt

1 Tbs. cream of coconut, like Goya

In a blender, puree nectar, mango, pineapple, yogurt and cream of coconut. Pour into glass. Serve immediately.

Serves: 2


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