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#REVIEW & RECIPE | Slendertoxtea superfoods

It wasnt so long ago that i reviewed another of Slendertoxtea's products (HERE) so when i got the chance to review their new superfoods range - of which i am going nuts over right now anyway  i was over the moon!

I recieved

All of these powders can easily be added to your smoothie or sprinkled on to your food. There are sooooo many benefits with superfoods its actually endless BUT the most common ones are increased energy, improved digestion and an overall healthy change to your diet. These types of powders can help you cut out drinks like coffee and replace them with a healthy and beneficial smoothie!
Check out the rest of the range HERE .
 I love the packaging of the powders and that on the back they have all the information that you need!

A treat for my readers ( you lucky lot)! You can get 10% off at
using the code
If you would liketo read my review on that just to be sure before you buy then please do, i shall link it

 A very berry flavour, acai berries are tasty as well as healthy. Scroll down below to see my
banana, blueberry and acia berry smoothie!

 One i havent heard of before, and at first i did think it said cholera - which none
of us want to be drinking haha! It as a very deep smell to it when it is loose.
 Probably the most well known out of the 3 i recieved! Matcha green tea
has surged recently and become a very popular drink. Smells just like tea!

Acai berry, banana & blueberry smoothie

Ingredients -

Acai berry powder
Almond milk (or your fave milk)

A blender
A cup/glass/pot

Steps -

 There is only 1 step - simply throw it all in and mix away! :)

 Whenver it is at the consistancy that you like then just stop blending and start drinking!

Whats your fave smoothie recipe?!



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