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Want TTC to go smooth(ie)? Our Cranberry Lemonade Fertility Smoothie contains our NEW Fertility Drink Mix with essential vitamins and nutrients to support your ovulation, conception, and hormones.

What you’ll need:

Almond Milk - ½ cup - Almond Milk contains many vitamins and minerals, including over 100 percent of the daily value of Vitamin E, which supports healthy cervical mucus. Choose an unsweetened version for a healthier option.

Greek Yogurt - ½ cup - Greek Yogurt contains a ton of protein and probiotics, which support a healthy gut and vaginal health, as well as overall wellness.

Mint - Five leaves - Mint contains antioxidants that can protect your body against cell damage, and it helps aid digestion.

Frozen Strawberries - 1 cup - Strawberries contain antioxidants and anti-inflammatory phytonutrients, which support fertility in both women and men. They also contain Folate and can support blood sugar regulation.

PS Fertility Drink Mix - 2 scoops - Our NEW Cranberry Lemonade Fertility Drink Mix contains Inositol for hormonal support and Vitamin B6, E, and C to support ovulation.

How to make:

Throw everything together in your blender. Pour in a glass, and stick in a fancy straw for added fun. Share a picture of your smoothie on social media, and tag us @pinkstork and #pspantry to be featured on our channels!

Sources: MedicalNewsToday, Moody Month, Healthline, Laurel Fertility Care, Healthline

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