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Berry Kiwi & Chia Seed Smoothie Recipe

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I’m excited to share this wonderful Berry Kiwi & Chia Seed Smoothie recipe with you because it not only taste fabulous but it’s also a smoothie recipe made using Glucerna for those who have diabetes.

Diabetes is defiantly a serious health concern that many Hispanics in the United States face. It’s something I think about often because I have family members who have been diagnosed with diabetes.  It’s scary, and I honestly didn’t learn a whole lot about it until someone close to me was diagnosed with diabetes.  Before someone near and dear was diagnosed I had only heard of diabetes, I didn’t know what it did, much less understand how serious it is or how one is to go about managing diabetes and sugar spikes.

Berry Kiwi & Chia Seed Smoothie RecipeOver the past few years I have learned a lot about diabetes and products like Glucerna with CARBSTEADY, which is designed to help minimize blood sugar spikes and of course a few fun ways to spice them up like using Glucerna in this Berry Kiwi & Chia Seed Smoothie.

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smoothie recipe with chia seedYou’ll need:

  • 1 bottle Strawberry Glucerna
  • 2 Kiwi Fruit
  • 1 Cup Blueberries
  • 2 Tablespoons Chia Seed
  • 4 Cups Ice

Let’ make this yummy Berry Kiwi & Chia Seed Smoothie:

  • Peel skin off kiwi fruit and cut into pieces.

how to make smoothie

  • Place all ingredients into blender and blend.
  • To thicken up, smoothie add extra ice.

Berry Kiwi & Chia Seed Smoothie RecipeDid you know that 6MM (23 percent) of Hispanics in the U.S. have diabetes while only 20MM of non-Hispanic whites have diabetes, and it’s estimated that 57 million people have pre-diabetes in the U.S., and 35 percent are estimated to be Hispanics.

Did you know that Glucerna can help those with diabetes by satisfying their hunger without spiking glucose levels?  Glucerna is a meal replacement plan with awesome shakes and bars that is a slow digesting carbohydrate formula that may even help some diabetics with monitoring blood sugar levels and weight loss.  You can grab Glucerna is a variety of flavors without a doctor’s prescription, and the foods are low in sugar and calories.  Whether you are trying to watch your weight or manage your blood sugar you may want to consider Glucerna products as part of your meal plan, it’s a delicious way to get the carbs you need daily, thanks to the CARBSTEADY® and/or CARBSTEADY®ULTRA that include digestible carbs that are designed to help minimize blood sugar spikes.

Berry Kiwi & Chia Seed Smoothie RecipeYou can purchase Glucerna products from your local Walmart and take advantage of this $1 off any one Glucerna product coupon.  If you or someone you know is living with diabetes you can find meal plan ideas by visiting Glucerna.com/Diabetes-Meal-Plan.

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Berry Kiwi & Chia Seed Smoothie Recipe

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Ingredients

  • 1 bottle Strawberry Glucerna
  • 2 Kiwi Fruit
  • 1 Cup Blueberries
  • 2 Tablespoons Chia Seed
  • 4 Cups Ice

Instructions

  1. Let’ make this yummy Berry Kiwi & Chia Seed Smoothie:
  2. Peel skin off kiwi fruit and cut into pieces.
  3. Place all ingredients into blender and blend.
  4. To thicken up, smoothie add extra ice.
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19 Comments

  1. Edna Williams December 22, 2015
    This seems like an amazing, healthy recipe. I've tried smoothies with Boost, so I am sure this will work just as well!
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  2. Edna Williams December 4, 2015
    This smoothie sounds so good! Thanks for sharing!
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  3. Edna Williams November 6, 2015
    This sound really delicious! Yum!
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  4. Diana October 16, 2015
    This seems like a great shake!
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  5. Adriana Martin October 5, 2015
    This smoothie with blueberry, Glucerna and chia seeds sounds like a very nice option. Many thanks for sharing your experience with diabetes. #client
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  6. Jo Anne Potter Vincenti October 3, 2015
    this sounds sooo good -- thanks for sharng
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  7. annalisak October 3, 2015
    Love kiwi and blueberries but never thought of using them together Thanks
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  8. Irma Jurejevčič October 3, 2015
    Wow, I'm so making this!
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  9. kath g October 3, 2015
    That was really informative. I don't have diabetes, but I also don't want to get it. I knew that blood sugar spiking is not good, but I never really looked into how to avoid it. I make smoothies all the time for meals and try to put really healthy things into them, so I'm going to try this out. Thanks for the info, really helpful.
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  10. Maria Montero October 2, 2015
    I hate the taste of ensure, maybe this will help with getting the vitamins that I need thank you for sharing :)
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  11. M.Clark October 2, 2015
    This looks delicious, and I do like Kiwi. Thank you for sharing this recipe.
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  12. Emily | Mama Deer October 2, 2015
    Yum! This sounds wonderful! :)
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  13. Shannon October 2, 2015
    This sounds just delightful and thank you for sharing this recipe with us. I love smoothies.
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  14. David Fultner October 2, 2015
    This is cool. I always like an upgrade.
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  15. lisa October 2, 2015
    I have never tried chia seeds. I love Ensure, I have trouble eating so I often drink it to make sure I'm getting vitamins. I wish it cost a bit less, but anyways, This recipe sounds good. I'd use strawberry and omit the seeds.
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  16. Karin Shaim October 2, 2015
    This looks amazing! i'll definitely try making it soon :)
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  17. Linda Manns Linneman October 2, 2015
    This sounds so good. What a great healthy drink to start the day. I will be giving this a try. Thank you so much for sharing
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  18. Christy DuBois October 2, 2015
    My daughter started making smoothies last summer and now we both do and this one looks good and easy. I have not heard of glucerna until now but I do have family, not immediate family, that has diabetes and I do know how serious it is. I have also eaten desserts my aunt has made for diabetics and they were delicious but I don't know if she used glucerna. Thanks for the recipe and this information.
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  19. Mai Tran October 2, 2015
    Can't find the fresh blueberries from where I live anymore since it's getting much colder. But I guess the frozen ones will make this taste just as good. Thanks for sharing.
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