I’ve been on a mission to get back to my pre- Micah body and it’s proven to be quite successful thanks to smoothies.

I’ll be the first to admit that my eating habits during my pregnancy were less than stellar, matter of fact I’m thinking about donuts right now… Who am I kidding, I’m always thinking about donuts; they used to be my-go-to choice for brekkie whenever I was out running errands in the morning, until my voice of reason chimed in. My voice of reason is my husband.

On my never ending quest to a healthier lifestyle, I’ve traded my morning donuts for smoothies. Today, I want to share my Goodbelly smoothie recipe.

Not familiar with GoodBelly? Allow me to introduce you to GB, a line of delicious probiotic drinks formulated for daily digestive health. They have a wide array of products and flavors, and the best part? They’re always non GMO, dairy free, soy free, vegan and kosher! Gluten-free options are also available ( Tropical Orange and Cultured Coconut Water).

I’ve tried the Tropical Orange and the Blueberry Acai juices and love them both! I’ve included the blueberry Acai juice in my smoothie and I’ve shared the recipe below!

You will need:

goodbelly3GoodBelly blueberry acai flavor juice

I always use yogurt in my smoothies, I like the creamy texture. I used low fat plain yogurt, frozen mango and peaches.

goodbelly2add juice to desired consistency

goodbelly6GoodBelly also has what they call “GoodBelly Plus Shots which is a great choice when you want a quick, convenient and concentrated source of probiotics PLUS a vitamin. Perfect for anyone who doesn’t like choking down a pill but wants a daily dose of vitamins. It can also be added to any smoothie.

goodbelly4side note for mamas to be and new moms: our digestive systems tend to slow down during and after pregnancy. Post-partum digestive issues are quite frequent and totally normal, give GoodBelly a try, it may help your *clears throat* situation ;)

until next time

*this post was sponsored by GoodBelly