Tammy Hembrow has launched The Smoothie Bar on her hugely successful exercise app, Tammy Fit. Mother of two Tammy is one of Australia’s biggest influencers, with more than 11 million followers on Instagram (the rest are Hollywood A-listers) and more than a million on YouTube – platforms she has leveraged to promote her health and fitness brands, with spectacular results.
The delicious smoothies come from Sydney naturopath and nutritionist Maddie Bingham, who Tammy approached earlier this year to formulate recipes for the app. “I have followed Tammy for years on Instagram as she’s a real inspiration fitness wise,” Maddie says. “I’m delighted to be sharing my knowledge and recipes – and we could all do with an immune booster right now.”
“The Green Goddess smoothie is incredibly nutritious. It’s full of healthy fats from the avocado, and hemp seeds which are great for hormonal health, as well as keeping your skin, nails and hair looking vibrant,” Bingham says. “It is also rich in antioxidants from the mango, spinach and pineapple. Pineapple also contains the enzyme Bromelain, which can aid with digestion and support immune health, which makes this smoothie a great breakfast option to promote your health and wellbeing and keep you feeling satisfied.”
The recipe for the Green Goddess includes frozen pineapple, frozen mango, ripe avocado, spinach, almond milk and hemp seeds. Some of Bingham’s other Tammy Fit Smoothies include the Strawberry Smoothie Bowl, Berrylicious Smoothie Parfait, Papaya Smoothie Boat, Matcha and Coconut Smoothie, Moccha Smoothie, Snickers Smoothie and Tropical Smoothie.
Tammy Fit workouts have more than doubled since lockdown began. The app has been downloaded 55,000 times in the last four weeks. Tammy Fit has several eight-week home programs.
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