Kimberley Snyder's day on a plate

Plus her delicious green glowing smoothie recipe.

We caught up with cover star Kimberley Snyder to take a peek at her day on a plate.

I start every morning with hot water with lemon. I also religiously take two of my SBO Probiotics. The first thing in my body is my Glowing Green Smoothie.
By mid-morning, I eat more fruit or a gluten-free avocado and sprout wrap.
For lunch, I’ll have a big stew or a stir-fry, or a big salad with organic tempeh.
I have a power protein smoothie, made with unsweetened almond milk, soaked chia seeds, plant-based sprouted protein, acai, banana, bee pollen and maca or spirulina.
Dinner varies, but there is always a raw, enzyme and fibre-filled salad component to start off the meal. If I’m home, I’ll make one of my recipes – usually one of the more simple ones – or just bake some mushrooms and vegies and throw them on a salad and call it a day.
At night, I love to sip on my Nourish Your Nervous System Elixir, which is a mix of almond milk, cardamom, saffron and some raw honey or coconut nectar.

Try her Glowing Green Smoothie® today.


  • 7 cups chopped spinach (about a medium bunch)
  • 6 cups chopped romaine lettuce (about 1 small head)
  • 2 cups cold filtered water
  • 1½ cups chopped celery (about 2 medium stalks)
  • 1 medium apple, cored and coarsely chopped
  • 1 medium pear, cored and coarsely chopped
  • ½ cup minced fresh coriander, optional
  • ½ cup minced fresh parsley, optional
  • 1 medium banana, peeled and cut in thirds
  • 2 tbsps freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • ice, optional


Combine the spinach, romaine and water in a blender and begin processing on low. Gradually move to higher speeds and blend until smooth.
Next, add the celery, apple, and pear, and the coriander and parsley (if using). Lastly, add the banana, lemon juice and ice (if using), and blend until smooth. Serve at once or refrigerate, covered, for up to 2½- 3 days.

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