The Nutritionists’ Choice Top 10


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It’s important to get as many nutrients into your diet and smoothies and juices are a great way to do this, whether you make them yourself at home or grab a delicious refreshment on the run from our stores. A nutritionist has reviewed all of our drinks and chosen her favourites based on their balance of nutritional benefits.

Watch Janine make the Nutritionists’ Choice top 10 at home and learn more about the benefits of each drink*. Our promise to you is to be on the lookout for new ways to make being healthy easy so we’ve added the Nutritionists’ Choice stamp to our menu boards as a quick reference for customers looking for those drinks with higher amounts of important nutrients.

Mango Mirage

Mango mirage uses whole blended fruit with coconut water and coconut milk for a tropical nutrient-rich smoothie. Blending whole fruit retains the fibre, vitamins and minerals. With 10g protein and over 6g fibre Mango Mirage will help to keep you full for longer.


Grape Escape

Grape Escape is simply a combination of whole fruit and vegetables that are blended to create a nutrient-rich drink that is an excellent source of fibre. With a coconut water-base, this is a refreshing drink that tastes good and is good for you.


Pure Eden

If you are looking for a tasty way to eat your vegetables, you can’t go past Pure Eden with blended kale, cucumber, spinach and mint. Pure Eden is an excellent source of fibre and the lowest kilojoule smoothie in the black label range.


Ginger Tonic

Boost’s lowest kilojule smoothie, Ginger Tonic also provides the taste and health benefits of ginger plus real fruit and vegetables blended to retain the fibre and vitamin content. One of my favourites on the Boost Juice menu.


Red Royale

Red Royale is packed with antioxidant rich purple and red whole fruits and vegetables such as pomegranate, berries and, beetroot. One of Boost’s highest fibre and most nutritious drinks, with the added benefits of basil.


Veggie Garden

Mostly vegetable juices, with some orange and chia added in, Veggie Garden is a great way to boost your nutrition. Surprisingly contains over 5g of protein too and is a good source of fibre to help keep you full.


Wondermelon

Wondermelon is the smoothie of choice if you are trying stay lean, fit and healthy. With 13g of protein but less carbohydrate and kilojoules than our other protein smoothies, plus fibre to fill you up, it can meet your training needs and fill you up to help manage hunger.


Two & Five

One of my favourites, Two & Five contains the juice of beetroot, celery, carrot and cucumber, some added spinach and the fresh juice from apples and oranges. With all that vegetable juice it keeps the kilojoules and sugar lower in this tasty juice.


Weekend Warrior

Over 20g of protein, combined with carbohydrate to help you recover from the gym, plus an excellent source of fibre and nutrient-dense with banana, blueberries, oats, dates and chia seeds. With natural antioxidants to help keep your body healthy and recovering at its best.


Pro Choc

Pro-choc is Boost’s choc-banana-coconut protein drink. High in protein with carbohydrate and fibre, if you love your chocolate this is the post-training smoothie for you.


*Recipes and nutrition information is based on original size unless otherwise stated. Recipes shown in the videos are not entirely accurate.

Boosters not suitable for children under 15 years or pregnant women, except for chia and lucuma powder. Boosters are not a sole source of nutrition and should be consumed in conjunction with a healthy nutritious diet.

The average adult daily energy intake is 8700 kJ