News Get Your Juices Flowing with a Super Tasty Mango-Ginger Smoothie By Katie Donbavand Katie Donbavand Instagram Twitter Katie Donbavand is an experienced, versatile editor and writer who has been creating content for digital audiences since 2007. As InStyle's BTS Editor, she speaks fluent ARMY and serves as their in-house Bangtan Sonyeondan (방탄소년단) expert covering fashion, new drops, and all else. She's also a Contributing Fashion Editor for PopSugar and has written for Sports Illustrated, the Chicago Tribune, and more. Additionally, she is an Audience Development Strategist and has worked with the Wall Street Journal, Entertainment Weekly, Martha Stewart Weddings, Barron's, MarketWatch, Daily Paws, and HelloGiggles. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on May 30, 2014 @ 12:02PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Nigel Cox Does your body need a reboot? We found a yummy cure for sluggish systems with the Mango-Ginger Smoothie. In our June issue, we looked to the Honeybee Juice Bar in Aspen, Colo., for their recommendation to get us energized. Chef and founder Kate Linehan recommended a sweet-and-spicy exilir to get your juices flowing. “The high vitamin A and C content supports the immune system, and the low glycemic load sustains your energy throughout the day,” she says. Instant Tip We found a yummy smoothie that boosts your immune system and gives you clear skin! Tweet This! The ingredient list is a bevy of super healthy produce: Nutrient-packed mango and carrot promote clear skin, while fresh ginger and a hint of cayenne stimulate blood flow and digestion. Want an extra oomph? Add a tablespoon of maca powder ($15, navitasnaturals.com) to your brew. The ancient Peruvian root plant enhances energy and stamina. “It’s the perfect booster,” says Linehan. Read on for the tasty cure for a sluggish body. 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 SmoothieThe Subliminator SmoothieMango-Ginger Smoothie Makes: 2½ cups Ingredients:1 cup frozen mango chunks (or substitute half the measurement with fresh mango)¼ peeled lime⅛ tsp cayenne pepper1 cup freshly squeezed orange juice1 medium carrot, chopped1 ½-inch piece ginger, peeled2 tbsp coconut butter Directions:Blend ingredients until smooth.