The Best Weight-Loss Smoothie Recipe

Healthy fats and omega-3s, hemp seeds will also add protein.One 60-calorie tablespoon offers 3.3 grams of protein, 0.8 grams of omega-3s, 0.7 grams of fiber, and just 0.7 grams of carbs. 

1.Hemp Seeds

The key to weight loss is filling up on low-cal foods that are high in fiber to keep you satiated longer. Flaxseeds contain both soluble and insoluble fiber.

2.Flaxseed Meal 

Getting enough daily protein is must if you're trying to lose weight, because it satiate hunger and helps you feel full. While protein powder is great way to increase protein in your smoothie.


Adding beans to your smoothie seems like a weird idea, but just like tofu, they add a creamy consistency without any flavor.


For the milk option in your smoothie, Leslie suggested adding yogurt (soy or almond if you're dairy-free) or kefir not only for the protein boost, but also for the probiotics.

5.Yogurt or Kefir

Eating monounsaturated fats (MUFAs) can add to that "I'm full" feeling and avocados are an excellent source that also add hunger-satiating fiber.


Berries offer tons of fiber and are lower in carbs than most fruits. Try this low-carb high-protein berry smoothie made with blueberries and raspberries.


Nuts and nut butters offer protein and healthy fats to make your smoothie more satiating

8.Nuts or Nut Butter

To increase the fiber and up the vitamins in your smoothie, throw in a big bunch of baby spinach or kale. Added fiber will not only help you stay full, but it can also prevent constipation.