Super skin-saving berry smoothie



  • 50g raspberries
  • 50g blueberries
  • 50g strawberries
  • 1 scoop collagen powder (or according to packet instructions)
  • 1 tsp food-grade hyaluronic acid (or according to packet instructions)
  • 50g plain live yoghurt
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Liz says: If I’m going to make a smoothie I love to add extras which make it even more worthwhile to drink. Besides the vitamin C and antioxidants in these low GI berries, I throw in spoonfuls of collagen and hyaluronic acid, as when consumed on a regular basis they can also help give skin, joints and bones a boost. Make this the night before to have an instant, energising breakfast in the morning. Just pour into a sealable container and chill. Don’t leave it in the fridge for too long, though, or the ingredients will start to separate. Stir well before drinking.


  1. Put the berries into a mini food processor or blender. Add the collagen, hyaluronic acid and yoghurt and whizz until smooth.
  2. Add 200ml water and whizz again to blend all the ingredients together.
  3. Pour into a glass and serve.

PRESS The Good Menopause Guide jacketYou can find this recipe, and over 50 other nutritious, wellbeing-focused recipes in Liz’s bestselling book The Good Menopause Guide (Orion, 2018).