5 Fabulous Shake Recipes For Strong Bones

5 Fabulous Shake Recipes For Strong Bones

By Charlene Bazarian and Trisha Pallotta

Ready to shake things up for a healthy new year?   Don’t forget about your bones! 

A proactive approach to improving bone health is not only the key to aging gracefully, but it is also super easy to do. Getting enough calcium rich ingredients into your diet can help create the very foundation for a healthy body.  This essential mineral keeps our bones strong and our teeth and gums healthy. 

Give these 5 easy to make, calcium rich shakes a try and get yourself fab to the bone!  

Chocolate on Chocolate Shake by Burton Nutrition

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This double chocolatey shake not only feeds your bones but satisfies your sweet tooth!  It may  taste like a decadent splurge, but you can enjoy guilt-free!  

Ingredients for one serving:

1   Cup Unsweetened Almond Milk (You may also use regular milk, rice, or coconut milk)1   Scoop Burton Nutrition (or your favorite protein powder brand) Chocolate Whey or Plant Based Protein¼  Cup Rolled Oats (not instant)1  Tablespoon semi-sweet chocolate chips¼ Teaspoon Vanilla Extract1  Cup Ice

To Make:

Garnish with some shaved chocolate if desired.Place all ingredients in a blender and mix until blended.  

Total Calories 297

Cinnamon Roll Shake by Burton Nutrition 

Cinnamon is full of antioxidants, can help regulate blood sugar and is an anti-inflammatory powerhouse.  This amber powder is nutritional gold and gives this delicious shake an extra healthy punch, so drink up!  

Photos courtesy of Burton Nutrition

Ingredients for one serving:

1 Scoop Burton Nutrition (or your favorite protein powder brand) Vanilla Whey or Plant Based Protein1 Cup Low Fat Milk (You may also use almond, rice, or coconut milk)1 Teaspoon Ground Cinnamon1 Teaspoon Vanilla Extract6 Ice Cubes

To Make:

Garnish with a shake of cinnamonPlace all ingredients in a blender and mix until blended.  

Total Calories 260

Orange Dream Shake by Burton Nutrition 

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Orange juice can be an excellent, non-dairy source of calcium and this shake reminds us of an orange creamsicle!  

Ingredients for one serving:

4 oz. Water (You may also use milk, almond, rice or coconut milk)4 oz. Orange Juice1 Scoop Burton Nutrition (or your favorite protein powder brand) Vanilla Whey or Plant Based Protein

To Make:

Garnish with an orange slice if desiredPlace all ingredients in a blender and mix until blended.  

Total Calories:  170

Tropical Popeye Shake by Burton Nutrition

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This nutritious shake flexes some serious muscle and is calcium and iron rich, yet tastes like it should be served poolside with an umbrella in it!  

Ingredients for one serving:

1 Cup Coconut Milk (You may also use milk, almond or rice milk)1 Scoop Burton Nutrition (or your favorite protein powder brand) Vanilla Whey or Plant Based Protein½ Cup Fresh or Canned Pineapple½ Banana1 Cup Spinach1 Cup Ice

To Make:

Garnish with a wedge of pineapple if desired.Place all ingredients in a blender and mix until blended.  

Total Calories:  282

Very (Ice) Berry Shake by Burton Nutrition

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The variety of berries in this fruity shake can help fight inflammation, are high in fiber and are also loaded with antioxidants!

Ingredients for one serving:

1 Scoop Burton Nutrition (or your favorite protein powder brand) Vanilla Whey or Plant Based Protein1 Cup Frozen Mixed Berries1 Cup Low Fat Milk (You may also use almond, rice, or coconut milk)6 Ice Cubes

To Make

Garnish with a fresh strawberry if desired.Place all ingredients in a blender and mix until blended.  

Total Calories:  320

So, drink up and give your body a fair shake! 

By incorporating these delicious shake options as a meal replacement or a snack, you can help build lean muscle mass and bone up on your calcium intake!  
DisclaimerThe Content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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