Do-It-Yourself Delicious And Healthy Weight-Loss Smoothie

Do-It-Yourself Delicious And Healthy Weight-Loss Smoothie

Do you want to lose weight in a healthy way? Here is an easy and delicious green smoothie recipe you can try. It is rich in nutrition and fiber that fills you up, thus, leaving you with no room for mindlessly munching on junk food.

This recipe has green apples which are high in fiber and polyphenols thereby making it an excellent fruit for weight loss. Cucumbers also add an extra bulk without adding to the fat and calorie content.
The spinach in this smoothie has antioxidants that aid in detoxification as well as rich in fiber, iron, and protein. Also, the pineapple can help boost fat loss and improve metabolism.

Adding a little parsley in this smoothie will enhance its flavor and effectiveness. It will also help in shedding any excess water weight.

Additionally, ground flaxseeds increase fiber content, thereby promoting the feeling of fullness. It also contains omega-3 fatty acids that help in increasing the feelings of satiety, improves digestion health, and promotes weight loss.

Moreover, this recipe is made with low-fat yogurt as the base. Yogurt is excellent for digestion and it also helps burn fat.

How To Make Your DIY Weight-Loss Smoothie

Things You Will Need:

Plain low-fat yogurt
A green apple
A pineapple
A handful of spinach
Ground flaxseed
A cucumber
Ice cubes
A blender
A knife
Measuring cups and spoons

Steps In Making:

Put ½ to 1 cup of plain yogurt into a blender. Add a handful of spinach leaves and ½ cup of pineapple chunks. After removing the seeds, add the chunks of 1 green apple. Then, add ½ cucumber chopped into pieces, 1 tablespoon of ground flaxseed and a few sprigs of parsley. Blend it for about 1 minute. Add some ice cubes and blend the mixture again.

Drink this delicious smoothie daily or several times a week to help you lose weight in a healthy way.

Note: Spinach may not be suitable for people on a low-oxalate diet.

Additional Tips: 

  1. Rinse the fruits and vegetables thoroughly before using them.
  2. You can use chia seeds soaked in water if you do not have flaxseeds.
  3. You can also add ¼ cup of strawberries in this smoothie.
  4. If you are using organic produce, you need not peel the green apple and cucumber.
  5. Drink your smoothie right away. You can store any remaining portion in the refrigerator for up to 24 hours, however, try to drink it soon as possible as its nutrients will lose over time.


The watching, interacting, and participation of any kind with anything on this page does not constitute or initiate a doctor-patient relationship with Dr. Farrah®. None of the statements here have been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The products of Dr. Farrah® are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information being provided should only be considered for education and entertainment purposes only. If you feel that anything you see or hear may be of value to you on this page or on any other medium of any kind associated with, showing, or quoting anything relating to Dr. Farrah® in any way at any time, you are encouraged to and agree to consult with a licensed healthcare professional in your area to discuss it. If you feel that you’re having a healthcare emergency, seek medical attention immediately. The views expressed here are simply either the views and opinions of Dr. Farrah® or others appearing and are protected under the first amendment.

Dr. Farrah® is a highly experienced Licensed Medical Doctor certified in evidence-based clinical nutrition, not some enthusiast, formulator, or medium promoting the wild and unrestrained use of nutrition products for health issues without clinical experience and scientific evidence of therapeutic benefit. Dr. Farrah® has personally and keenly studied everything she recommends, and more importantly, she’s closely observed the reactions and results in a clinical setting countless times over the course of her career involving the treatment of over 150,000 patients.

Dr. Farrah® promotes evidence-based natural approaches to health, which means integrating her individual scientific and clinical expertise with the best available external clinical evidence from systematic research. By individual clinical expertise, I refer to the proficiency and judgment that individual clinicians acquire through clinical experience and clinical practice.

Dr. Farrah® does not make any representation or warranties with respect to the accuracy, applicability, fitness, or completeness of any multimedia content provided. Dr. Farrah® does not warrant the performance, effectiveness, or applicability of any sites listed, linked, or referenced to, in, or by any multimedia content.

To be clear, the multimedia content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health providers with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read or seen in any website, video, image, or media of any kind.
Dr. Farrah® hereby disclaims any and all liability to any party for any direct, indirect, implied, punitive, special, incidental, or other consequential damages arising directly or indirectly from any use of the content, which is provided as is, and without warranties.



Back to blog