What BBK eats

SourSop Smoothie

Soursop, also known as custard apple, graviola, or guanoabana – is a tropical fruit that is oval or heart shaped.  The fruit is cream in color with a dark green spiny skin. 

Soursop can be prepared in many ways including as a raw fruit as well as in juices.  It also comes in tea form – which I love. Can be purchased frozen with seeds removed at some health food stores to make juicing or making smoothies that much easier. 

This fruit has many health benefits – soursop is great for reducing inflammation, helping control glucose levels, helps fight cancer,  helps kill intestinal parasites, protects your eyesight,  a rich source of micronutrients, boosts immune function, improves digestion,  and helps to relieve respiratory tract illness. 

As we all do our best to keep our immune systems healthy more so now than ever (COVID-19) – Soursop is definitely a holistic option to add to your weekly nutrition regimen.   

Our SourSop Juice Recipe Includes:

  • SourSop (fresh with seeds removed or frozen)
  • Ginger 
  • Coconut Water


Each ingredient is packed with healthy nutritional value. 

Ginger – helps improve digestions, improve nausea, relieve pain, supports cardiovascular health, lowers risk of cancer, reduces inflammation, and eases cold + flu symptoms. 

Coconut Water – full of potassium, antioxidants, helps to prevent kidney stones, beneficial after exertion from exercise, rich in amino acids, calcium and magnesium.

Add all ingredients a blender or NutriBullet – blend and enjoy! 


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