As a Kundalini Yoga teacher, I have been trained to realise that not only is the body always on the move, but the cells within are constantly created while being destroyed. By regenerating and dying, cells perform these endless cycles. The renewal happens at different rates throughout the body and is affected both positively and negatively by the food we eat. Therefore, it is vital to prevent sluggishness from the inside out. Most fresh foods can aid this mechanism, but this superfood multi-berry smoothie steals the show taste-wise. Everyone in my family loves it and it’s not necessary to stick to fresh berries only. Frozen berries maintain their nutritional properties just as well.
– Nancy Zabaneh-Cordahi, Yoga Instructor and Wellness Coach

Time: 10 minutes

Serves 1

Low carb: Under 20gms per day


  • 1⁄4 cup mixed berries
  • 1 tablespoon of Goji Berries
  • 1 tablespoon almond butter
  • 1 tablespoon chia seeds
  • 1⁄2 cup unsweetened almond milk
  • Water and ice to blend


  1. Blend all ingredients together and enjoy fresh.

In conclusion, the nutritious aspect of the recipe is great! This smoothie is loaded with antioxidants, good fats and high-powered nutrients to support the growth of healthy, strong cells. Loaded with amino acids necessary for building new cells and repairing old ones, antioxidants for fighting free radicals that can cause premature ageing, and also vitamins and minerals to support energy levels and build a strong immune system. As a result, this will definitely become your personal favourite.

Get the recipe for our fantastic Apple Energy Soup here…


Nancy Zabaneh

Nancy is founder of The Red Chair, a platform for raising consciousness and pushing boundaries around topical issues. She operates in the realm of mentoring, emotional intelligence and motivational speaking. A Certified Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming (ABNLP), Timeline Therapy™ and Hypnotherapy (ABH), Nancy holds regular classes and workshops in mind-body wellness and yogic science. An active Kundalini Yoga Instructor with the Kundalini Research Institute (KRI), she is a member of the Kundalini Yoga Wellness and Health Association, supporting and helping to facilitate Beyond Addiction, an internationally-recognized recovery program for addiction. In addition to her current training in Compassionate Inquiry and work toward an internship with the academy (KRI), Nancy develops mindfulness initiatives for schools. Check out her website to learn more.

Nancy Zabaneh Cordahi



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