Smoothie to Soothe and Heal the Intestines

· January 29, 2016
The ingredients in this smoothie all have anti-inflammatory properties that also help strengthen the immune and digestive systems to optimize their performance.

Your intestines play a major role in the body because they are the route by which toxins are removed. They also regulate several vital functions that guarantee good health.

Health experts agree that the origins of most major diseases include having a poor diet, poor bowel function, and the resultant accumulation of toxins.

Leading a sedentary lifestyle and having a poor diet can overburden your intestines because you’re not providing them with enough nutrients to digest food thoroughly, which also interferes with your body’s metabolic processes.

If your intestines are inflamed, weak, or filled with accumulated toxins, the health of your entire digestive system is at risk. Your body cannot absorb the nutrients it needs, causing your immune system to weaken and eventually lead to other chronic diseases and disorders.

That’s why it’s important to support healthy bowel function and give your body the nutrients it needs to prevent inflammation and keep the intestines working perfectly.

A special smoothie to heal your intestines

To fight inflammation as well as soothe and heal your intestines, it’s important to change the bad habits you may be leading and adopt a healthy routine that incorporates good nutrition and plenty of exercise.

But in addition to this, you can also do other little things to help optimize the function of your bowels and therefore improve your overall health.

This refreshing, anti-inflammatory smoothie recipe combines the properties of various fruits and spices to create a beverage that has strong healing powers for your digestive system.

To better understand its overall benefits, let’s start by explaining the properties of each ingredient.


2 mango and papaya
Thanks to their high content of quercetin and isoquercetin, mangos pack in some serious antioxidants that can help protect your body against colon cancer.

Mango also contains a good amount of vitamins A and C, as well as carotenoids that strengthen your immune system and fight inflammation.


One of the main properties of papaya is its high concentration of the enzymes known as papain and chymopapain, which are powerful anti-inflammatory agents that also accelerate healing.

Papaya contains vitamins C, E, and beta-carotene, which can play an additional role in reducing inflammation.


Gingerol, the active compound that gives ginger its signature spicy flavor, makes this root herb one of the most powerful natural anti-inflammatory products available.

Want to know more? Check out: Ginger Remedy for Joint Pain


3 turmeric
The active ingredient in turmeric is known as curcumin, which is a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent that can help soothe various parts of the body.

As if that weren’t enough, turmeric also has cancer fighting properties that can slow or prevent the development of tumors and other related issues.


Several studies have shown that cinnamon reduces the levels of cytokines (inflammatory regulatory molecules) in the body.


4 probiotics
This is the name that’s been given to the “good” bacteria that help regulate your intestinal flora. When you consume probiotics every day it can help restore your body’s healthy balance of intestinal bacteria.


This is an amino acid that contributes to the health of important bodily systems – including your digestive and immune systems.

Glutamine helps repair damage to the intestine, supporting the growth of intestinal mucosa.

Please read: How to Fight Indigestion and Bloating

How do you make this smoothie?

5 mango smoothie
This is an easy recipe to prepare and it’s a healthy way to repair and heal your intestines without causing any negative side effects.


  • 1 ½ cups of sugar-free flaxseed milk
  • ½ cup of frozen mango
  • ½ cup of fresh papaya
  • ¼ cup of walnuts
  • 1/2 inch section of fresh ginger root
  • ½ inch section of fresh turmeric root
  • ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1 tablespoon of chia seeds
  • 1 tablespoon of flaxseeds
  • 1 tablespoon of powdered L-glutamine
  • ¼ teaspoon of probiotic powder


  • Pour the flaxseed milk into a blender, and then add the remaining ingredients.
  • Process all ingredients for a few minutes until a creamy consistency is achieved.
  • In this instance, you don’t need a powerful blender because no processing of nuts or seeds is required.
  • When it’s ready, drink this smoothie while it’s cold so that the concentrated benefits aren’t lost.
  • It’s ideal to drink this on an empty stomach or as a substitute for your normal breakfast.