Pineapple Tumeric Powerhouse Smoothie

Spring has arrived and for me it’s all about spring cleaning – and I don’t just mean my house. Spring cleaning my insides is super important as well. I love getting that healthy glow shining out from the inside to look radiant for summer. Not only that, I love fueling my body for peak performance. Enabling it, enables me. It makes my endless pursuit of life that much more enjoyable.

Twice a year I do a 5 day smoothie cleanse, it gives my digestive system a chance to really clean itself out, and infuses vitamins straight into my blood stream. Although typically I like to enjoy a smoothie a day in my regular diet, which means I am always making different concoctions.

This Pineapple Tumeric Smoothie is one of my favorites, it’s filled with so much goodness, and it’s like drinking the fountain of Youth.

The enzyme found in Pineapple called Bromelain is known for reducing inflammation in the body.

The fiber, potassium and vitamin C content in Pineapple all support heart health, and it also aids in digestion. Digestion and gut health are of the utmost importance to everything from disease prevention to mental health. I am all about working to get a healthier gut and digestive system daily.

Tumeric is a super food, that packs a healthy anti-aging punch. It is a powerful anti-inflammatory, a very strong antioxidant, and an immune system supporter. However unless you have pepper or fat with it, it won’t absorb, and you won’t reap the incredible health benefits of it. So that being said, I made sure to add a dash of pepper to the mix. Pepper has health benefits of its own as well, from aiding in digestion, preventing the formation of intestinal gas, respiratory relief, skin health, and even weight loss.

I also added a bit of Celery to this smoothie as it’s health benefits are often over looked.

Celery is also an anti-inflammatory, it’s very calming as it soothes the nervous system, alkalizes the body, aids in digestion, and even helps to lower blood pressure. Pass it over please!

Just to make sure it is sweet and juicy, I added a dash of liquid Stevia, before topping it up with iced Chaga tea.

Oh yes, just when you thought it couldn’t pack a healthier punch, I took it up another notch. Rather then just topping it with water, I always like to top my smoothies with a iced herbal tea.

Chaga is a king superfood. It is well known to inhibit tumor growth as it has Betulinic Acid, not only does it boost your immune system it actually activates our immune cells. Chaga mushrooms are chalked full of antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and is fantastic for your skin health. I am lucky to be from a place in the world where Chaga grows wild, but this time of year it’s a bit sparce, so I have some 100% pure chaga tea bags that did the job perfectly.  But really any iced herbal tea will do, I just really love my Chaga tea.

Sometimes I also add some Chia seeds to the smoothie to get some omega’s in there.

This smoothie is not only a powerhouse, but it tastes darn delicious too!! The pepper is not even tasted, so no need to worry about that. It’s what pineapple dreams are made of. I have even gone so far as to even make some summer cocktails with this recipe. Health is wealth, and every healthy step will make an impact in the quality of life you enjoy.

Pineapple Tumeric Powerhouse Smoothie

  • 1 cup chopped pineapple
  •  3/4 cup of celery
  • 1 tsp ground turmeric
  • 1/4 tsp ground pepper
  • Dash of liquid stevia
  • 1 cup of iced chaga tea
  • Optional – 1 tbls chia seeds


  1. Blend all ingredients until creamy, smooth and oh so delicious.


Here’s to a radiant summer glow from the inside out.

Author: Petrena Schell

Petrena Schell is a millennial woman passionate about travel, adventure, health, and living a high vibe life. She is here to share, inspire and motivate you to live the happiest, healthiest, most adventurous life of your dreams. See the best places and do the most amazing things.

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