Anti-Inflammatory Smoothie Bowl

Anti-Inflammatory Smoothie Bowl

The consistency of this smoothie bowl is thick and reminiscent of frozen soft serve, making it a perfect breakfast option during warm summer months. Besides helping you cool off, this smoothie bowl is also hydrating and packs an antioxidant punch. 

The smoothie contains pineapple and fresh ginger, which are powerful anti-inflammatory foods thanks to their antioxidant content. Pineapple is a rich source of vitamin C, flavonoids, and phenols, important antioxidants for the immune system and skin health. It also contains an enzyme called bromelain that promotes healthy digestion. 

Ginger contains gingerol a powerful antioxidant responsible for many of ginger’s health properties. Ginger helps relieve many common digestive ailments and may help relieve muscle aches and pain. 

Chia seeds help thicken the smoothie and are a good source of anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids.


 For the smoothie:

1 cup coconut water

½ banana

1 cup frozen pineapple chunks

1 cup frozen peach slices

1 1-inch piece of fresh ginger, optional

2 tbsp chia seeds

1 scoop of Qunol Turmeric Unflavored Powder

 For topping:

½ cup raspberries and/or strawberries, divided

1 tbsp slivered almonds, divided

1 tbsp unsweetened shredded coconut, divided

Additional sprinkle of chia seeds, optional


    Makes 2 servings.

    1. Place coconut water, banana, frozen pineapple chunks, frozen peach slices, ground ginger, and chia seeds into a blender.
    2. Blend on medium to medium-high speed until mixture is smooth and creamy. If too thick, you can add an additional splash of coconut water.
    3. Divide smoothie mixture into two bowls. Top with slivered almonds, unsweetened shredded coconut, berries, and an extra sprinkle of chia seeds, if desired. Enjoy immediately.

        Nutrition Information for 2 servings

        Serving size = ½ smoothie mixture topped with 1 ½ tsp slivered almonds, 1 ½ tsp unsweetened shredded coconut, and ¼ cup raspberries and/or strawberries

        Calories: 228    

        Carbohydrate: 37 grams    

        Fiber: 7 grams

        Sugar: 20 grams     

        Protein: 4.5 grams    

        Fat: 7.5 grams

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          Comments 3
          • gladys

            Almond milk or Lactaid milk will make a great substitute for coconut milk.If you do use coconut milk,the vanilla flavored is better tasting.

          • Susan Montgomery
            Susan Montgomery

            I love the turmeric and curcumin! It allowed me to put off total shoulder replacement surgery for 8 months…as my shoulder dislocates I finally have to have it. That being said, I needed the pain relief to have the time to work out the logistics for after surgery care and I thank you for that and your wonderful product!

          • Susan

            What to use in place of coconut milk? Not everyone likes or uses it. My husband for one.

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