Avocado Pineapple High Fiber Smoothie

Last Updated on May 16, 2022 by Ellen Christian

You are going to love this high fiber smoothie for constipation! Try one of my favorite healthy high fiber smoothies today! It’s delicious!

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As I get older, I find that my body needs more fiber to work properly. It’s one of those things that I’m starting to get used to, like gray hair and laugh lines. I’ve just adjusted my routine a little bit to compensate for the changes my body is going through.

High Fiber Smoothie with Chia Seeds

This avocado pineapple smoothie with chia seeds is one tasty change I’ve made to my morning routine. The more fiber you have in your diet, the more regular you’ll be. Check out these high-fiber foods for constipation.

There are a lot of different ways to add fiber to your diet, including things like prunes, black beans, and split peas. Since I like starting my morning with something high in fiber, I decided to create this high-fiber smoothie recipe.

I love the taste. And, I love that it takes only a few minutes to make in the morning. I don’t have a lot of time in the morning to make breakfast. So, I want something I can have ready in only a few minutes.

I hope you’ll try this smoothie to help you poop fast. Really!

What can I add to my smoothie for fiber?

Did you know that avocado, pineapple, and chia seeds are all high in fiber? Avocado has 6.7 grams (raw) per half, and pineapple has 2.3 grams per cup. Pineapple is one of my favorite high fiber foods to poop.

When you add a tablespoon of chia seeds (5.5 grams of fiber), you have an amazingly high fiber smoothie that is absolutely delicious.

I also use chia seeds in my banana smoothie with ice.

Do chia seeds make you poop?

There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the effects of chia seeds on bowel movements will vary from person to person. However, some people may find that eating chia seeds helps you poop more frequently and softens your stools.

So, do chia seeds help you poop? Try this constipation smoothie for adults and see how it works for you.

Avocado pineapple high fiber smoothie recipe

What vegetable is highest in fiber?

Usually, the darker the vegetable, the higher in fiber content. So, carrots, beets, and broccoli are all high in fiber. And collard greens, Swiss chard, and artichokes are also very high in fiber.

You can always modify this high fiber smoothie with a few extra servings of vegetables if you want to. I’d probably start with shredded carrots.  Here are some more high fiber foods to help with constipation you can eat. You may want to try my high fiber overnight oatmeal recipe.

Are chia seeds good for constipation?

Do chia seeds make you poop? Yes. Chia seeds are good for constipation. You can add them to your smoothie or your yogurt in the morning. Pair them with a few of the other fiber-rich foods for constipation.

ingredients for a high fiber smoothie for constipation

How can I add more fiber to my diet?

If you want to add more fiber to your diet, eat more whole grains. Include more vegetables with your meals and eat them before eating the rest of your meal. Whole grain popcorn is a great snack if you want something high in fiber.

Of course, there are times I need more than this smoothie recipe to get relief. When I suffer from occasional constipation, I turn to MiraLAX® because it provides dependable, gentle relief and works with my body’s natural processes.

It’s different from other laxatives because it works with the water in your body to hydrate, soften, and ease, unblocking your system naturally. You can find it right here.

The last time I was at Walgreens, I noticed that they had MiraLAX® Mix-In Pax which I hadn’t seen before. I normally buy a bottle of MiraLAX® to keep on hand. The MiraLAX® Mix-In Pax are super handy to take when I’m traveling or away from home.

a packet of MiraLax for constipation with smoothie ingredients

What can I add to this smoothie for constipation?

You can easily mix one dose of MiraLAX® with this high fiber shake if you need to. Or, you can add it to your juice or water if you prefer.

Avocado Pineapple High Fiber Smoothie

If you want a high fiber smoothie recipe for constipation, this is the one that works best for me. It tastes great and it definitely helps to move things around when you’re constipated. I always try to keep some on hand just in case.

Avocado Pineapple High Fiber Smoothie with Chia Seeds

This high fiber smoothie for constipation is a delicious way to start your morning. And, when you need relief from occasional constipation, you can easily add a dose of MiraLAX® to the smoothie before you drink it.

This really is one of my favorite easy high fiber smoothie recipes. I hope you’ll try it today. Save on any MiraLAX® product with this coupon. You can keep it on hand so you have it when you want to add it to this smoothie.

Foods that make you poop immediately

Well, maybe not immediately but certainly quickly. These are a few of my favorite high fiber foods for constipation.

  • Apples
  • Kiwi
  • Flax seeds
  • Pears
  • Artichoke
  • Beans 
  • Rhubarb

Avocado Pineapple High Fiber Smoothie with Chia Seeds

Yield: 1 smoothie

Avocado Pineapple High Fiber Smoothie with Chia Seeds

Avocado pineapple high fiber smoothie recipe

Avocado pineapple high fiber smoothie with chia seeds

Prep Time 20 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 cup of water or pineapple juice
  • 1/2 frozen banana
  • 1/2 avocado
  • 1 cup fresh pineapple chunks
  • 1 tablespoon of chia seeds
  • Tip: You can add MiraLAX® for relief of occasional constipation.

Instructions

  1. Add everything to the blender.
  2. Blend for about 35 seconds or until well blended.
  3. You can add more water or juice if it is too thick.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

1

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 554Total Fat: 19gSaturated Fat: 3gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 15gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 27mgCarbohydrates: 98gFiber: 15gSugar: 69gProtein: 7g

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