Nigel Cox
Katie Donbavand
Jun 02, 2014 @ 12:00 pm

We’ve all been there: A too-busy-for-lunch day turns into a vending machine buffet.

Instead of making unhealthy choices, why not try the vitamin-packed Subliminator Smoothie?

With a substantial base of bananas and a triple dose of protein in the form of peanut butter, brown-rice powder, and low-calorie spirulina, this yummy, satiating drink will fuel you for hours. “This smoothie supplies enough nutrients that it can serve as a light lunch if you’re on the go,” chef Philip Doucette, the maestro behind the smoothie, tells us in our June issue.

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Need help fending off hunger? Try the yummy Subliminator Smoothie.

Found at the Daily Juice in Austin, Texas, the Subliminator Smoothie is chock-full of blueberries and cherries, which provide flavonoids—key in thwarting the production of free radicals and cancer-causing cells.

The brew also calls for a dose of your choice of protein powder. Try whey to promote the growth of lean muscle ($28 per 12 oz., teraswhey.com), brown rice for easy digestion ($30 per 17.6 oz., sunwarrior.com), or hemp for a wallop of nine essential amino acids, plus omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids ($19 per 16 oz., nutiva.com).

Read on for the super-satisfying, super-healthy smoothie recipe.

Want more recipes from our favorite smoothie masters? Pick up the June issue of InStyle, available on newsstands and for digital download now.

Check out more of our top-rated smoothie picks:

Pine-Ango-Beet-Tango SmoothieTastes-Like-Ice-Cream Kale SmoothieMango-Ginger SmoothieThe Subliminator Smoothie

Makes:2 cups

Ingredients:1½ cups frozen banana¼ cup frozen blueberries¼ cup frozen cherries1½ apples, juiced (or 1 cup store-bought juice)1 tbsp peanut butter2 tsp your choice of rice-protein powder1 tsp flaxseed oil½ tsp spirulina powder

Directions:Blend ingredients until smooth.

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