Keto smoothies Brampton? You got it!

With the rise in popularity of the keto diet, many Brampton residents have been looking for keto smoothies. The keto diet allows you to eat as much fatty food as you want, as long as you limit carb intake. PSB Cafe offers a huge variety of keto ingredients, for infinite smoothie flavor combos.

Coconut milk

Coconuts - Keto smoothies Brampton

Since the dawn of time, people in the warmer regions of the world have commonly used coconuts as nutritious food source. In Sanskrit, coconuts are called kalpa vriksha (“the tree which provides all the necessities of life”). They are called pokok seribu guna (“the tree of a thousand uses”) in the Malay language. In the Philippines, the coconut is commonly called the “tree of life”.

It’s no surprise that coconut milk has become such a popular keto smoothie ingredient in Brampton. Coconut milk is perfect for those with an active lifestyle, boasting, per 1 cup – 445 calories, 48 grams of fat, and 110% of your daily recommended manganese, which is chock-full of antioxidants. Antioxidants help neutralize free radicals, preventing cell damage and keeping your tissues healthy. Coconut milk also contains medium chain triglyceride fats – MCT fats, which go directly from your digestive tract to your liver to be used for energy production, and are much less likely to be stored as fat. MCTs have also been shown to help control appetite and boost fat burning.

Try coconut milk in combination with banana, oats, cocoa powder, and our vegan protein powder for a deliciously creamy chocolate smoothie that tastes just like a milkshake! This smoothie is also high in healthy fats and protein, making it the perfect indulgence after a long workout. No cheat day needed!

Almond Butter

Almonds - keto smoothies Brampton

 

Have a peanut allergy? No need to fear! Almond butter is here!

Smooth Operators uses almond butter in its Brampton keto smoothies instead of peanut butter. Almonds are high in nutrients, and is a less common allergen than peanuts! Just take a look below to see where almond butter outshines its cousin.

Nutrition per 2 tablespoons – Almond butter vs. Peanut butter
Almond butterPeanut butter
Unsaturated fat9.7g7.8g
Saturated fat1.3g3.1g
Vitamin E7.3mg2.7mg
Iron1.1mg0.5mg
Calcium104.1mg14.7mg
Fiber3.1g1.5g
Protein6.3g6.7g
Sugar1.3g3.2g

The winner? Almond butter, 7 to 1. Try our creamy almond butter in your smoothie today for a filling and delicious snack on the go.

Chia seeds

Smoothie bowl - keto smoothies Brampton

Brampton – keto smoothies wouldn’t be complete without a healthy dose of fibre. Add chia seeds to your smoothie to make it more filling and nutritious. Chia seeds may not have as much protein as hemp, but they boast 10x the fibre, and 9x the calcium. Two tablespoons of chia seeds contain roughly 30% each of your daily manganese, magnesium, and phosphorus. All of these are essential for maintaining strong and healthy bone structure. Magnesium is involved in over 600 bodily processes, from keeping up your energy, to repairing DNA and making sure your muscles move like they’re supposed to.  Chia seeds are also full of omega-3 fatty acids, containing more omega-3’s per gram than salmon.

Try chia seeds in combination with oat milk, avocado, greek yogurt, and blackberries. This smoothie contains a whopping 24 grams of fiber, which is 100% of the daily recommended value for an average woman in her 20s! The greek yogurt adds some protein, and combined with avocado, makes for a wonderfully creamy drink.

PSB Cafe – your one stop shop for keto smoothies in Brampton

These are just a few of the ingredients you can try in one of the smoothies at PSB Cafe Brampton. The combinations are endless and you’re in charge – so come take your health in your own hands!

 

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