DR. MANGO
DR. MANGO
DR. MANGO
SNACK DR. MANGO
SNACK DR. MANGO
SNACK DR. MANGO
SNACK DR. MANGO
SNACK DR. MANGO

DR. MANGO

Regular price £4.50

Food as medicine

Dr. mango is packed with ingredients reknowned for their anti-inflammatory effects such as berries and avocado. It will also help you keep germs at bay. But beware, the irresistible mango - basil combo may turn you into a hypochondriac ;)

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Mango lassi
snack or dessert or light breakfast


OUR SUPERFOODS

GOJI BERRIES

Goji berries have been a staple in traditional medicine for centuries to improve vitality, energy and longevity. With 12 times more antioxidant than blueberries, more Vitamin C than oranges and more iron than spinach, it’s no wonder these berries top the charts of the most nutrient-dense foods. They're also known to help with the ageing process and - less well known - an excellent source of plant-based complete protein.

LUCUMA

Known as the "Incan Golden Fruit", this delicious Peruvian fruit is a natural low-GI sweetener with a caramel-like flavour. It is rich in fibre and contains a variety of nutrients including beta-carotene, vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5 and niacin, as well as potassium, calcium and phosphorus. It is particularly rich in polyphenol and carotenoid antioxidants known for their anti-inflammatory and heart-health-promoting properties.

FLAX SEEDS

Like chia, flaxseed is known for its high content of gut-friendly dietary fibre and heart healthy omega-3 fatty acids. It also contains huge amounts of lignans, a type of plant chemical that can help to balance hormone levels and may even prevent breast and prostate cancer.

MANGO

Sometimes called the "king of fruits", Mango has an impressive nutritional profile. It's not only rich in fibre and antioxidants but one of the best fruit sources of vitamin A and C which we need for a strong immune system. They are also packed with minerals like potassium, calcium, and phosphorus and dozen types of antioxidants (polyphenols) which protect cells against damage.

BASIL

Basil has been used medicinally for centuries and it provides nutrients like calcium and vitamin K. It is known to be anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and also a powerful adaptogen — meaning it helps the body to respond to stress and fight disease. One of its lesser known benefits is that it's loaded with powerful antioxidants from the flavonoid family which can help fight free radical damage.

INGREDIENTS

Ingredients (allergens in bold): Mango, strawberries, apples, haas avocado, goji berries, basil 

Boosters: hemp seeds, flax seeds, lucuma

NUTRITION INFORMATION

HOW TO USE

1. Take your cup straight out of the freezer open it and peel off the seal.

2. Pour about 250ml (or 1 cup) of your preferred milk (or just water) in the cup and stir a little. We love this one with coconut milk.

3. Toss everything back in a high-speed blender and blend on high for 30 to 60s depeding on how smooth you want it


Want more tips for the perfect blend my day smoothie? Check out our dedicated blog bost.

Customer Reviews

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S.C.
So good

Really tasty and refreshing, made mine with almond milk. Will definitely re order

L
L.R.
I only gave it two stars but the site made it three.

I'm sorry. I was attracted by the beautiful colours advertising these drinks.
This one came out a sludgy orange and I don't like the fiercely iced taste.

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L.S.
Really tasty

Really nice flavour. I made it with oat milk which Also added to the flavour

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l.m.
Great also for kids

Had Dr mango on the weekend and had to share my smoothie with both my boys (12 & 9). They loved it as well.

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K.T.H.
Dr mango

I love my own homemade smoothies, but bmd are so worth the splash out I find it much more convenient and economical not to mention these all taste lush... go on give them a try