9 Smoothies That Fight Stress

They all contain the same secret anxiety-busing ingredient.

Walnuts taste great, sure, but did you know they’re also a great source of omega-3 essential fatty acids, which have been shown to give you a mood boost and are associated with reduced rates of depression? They also add pack a fair amount of protein (4.6 grams per quarter-cup). There’s only one question: Which of these walnut smoothies will you make first?

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Everything’s prettier in pink, especially a walnut, beet, flaxseed, date, mint, lime, yogurt, and sorrel smoothie.
 

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This walnut, coconut, banana, pineapple, and mango concoction is so thick, you need a spoon to eat it!

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Who needs a birthday cake when you have a walnut, carrot, avocado, Greek yogurt, cinnamon, nutmeg, bee pollen, and almond milk smoothie to celebrate?

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This walnut, banana, spinach, almond milk, almond, and coconut oil smoothie looks soooo good!

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Instead of carrying water on your next neighborhood stroll, pack a walnut, fig, banana, and water smoothie to go.

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This walnut, pumpkin purée, Greek yogurt, coconut water, banana, ice, cinnamon, and pumpkin spice smoothie is totally #twinning!

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Nothing like a walnut, banana, raspberry, flaxseed, and granola drink to end a long day.

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You can’t help but drool over this walnut, carrot, banana, and pineapple mocktail.

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Love the taste of citrus? Lucky for you, this walnut-topped smoothie is made with pineapple, orange, and avocado (for a rich, creamy texture).

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