Foods can help with a variety of dietary concerns and PCOS is one of them. I created this PCOS smoothie based on guidelines from my friend Kym Campbell to help manage symptoms and naturally nourish your body.

Rawkstar Kym Campbell has not only successfully managed her own PCOS symptoms, but has also become a PCOS health coach to teach others the vital role that food plays in fertility. Today she’s sharing a delicious PCOS smoothie recipe, as well as helping us share with you our top fertility smoothie recipes. Did you know that food can actually help with fertility?

PCOS expert Kym Campbell

Kym Campbell of Smart Fertility Choices

I met Kym Campbell, creator of Smart Fertility Choice + PCOS warrior mama a few months ago, and was in awe of her awesome story. She learned how to manage PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome) personally, and is passionate about helping other women take control of it as well through total health and wellness. Since then, she’s hosted 30-Day PCOS Challenges and helped thousands of women (her next one starts 5/28).

How to take back your health from PCOS

Working with an incredible team of doctors and health coaches, Kym has created a PCOS diet program that focuses on whole food nutrition after discovering the lack of helpful research + recipes online. Her results speak for themselves! And her tireless research efforts help provide women a wholistic way to manage PCOS symptoms for a life well lived.

So many women feel alone and ill-equipped to overcome the battle with PCOS. So, start with Kym. Her wealth of knowledge and attention to research provides a great starting point for women seeking out a healthy way towards fertility. I learned a lot from her PCOS journey, and know you can too!

Fertility smoothie recipe

Foods to fight PCOS

So what foods can promote fertility besides the PCOS smoothie recipe below? Now, before you come at me for this list of foods… remember that plant BASED does not mean vegan. I share meatless recipes because I know how hard it is to swap meat for plants. Yet I am all for a well-balanced diet, and that includes ALL whole foods… like these:

  • Animal protein– Why? A big battle for those struggling with PCOS is getting a nutrient balanced diet. Animal protein can help fill in the gaps and provide the nutrients your body needs to fight back.
  • Non-starchy vegetables– Kym recommends 1 lb of nutrient dense veggies every day. These include (but aren’t limited to): gourd vegetables, nightshades, and of course, leafy greens! See why we became fast friends?!
  • Whole food carbs– foods like starchy veggies and legumes, as well as whole grains like quinoa and buckwheat.
  • Fats and oils– fish oil, olive + avocado oil, butter, nuts, seeds, fatty cuts of meat, eggs. Try to avoid more processed fats from cotton seed, canola, sunflower seed, soybeans, and rice bran. This PCOS smoothie recipe uses healthy fat from coconut cream.
  • Nuts and seeds– Need I say more? A few of Kym’s favs include walnuts and chia seeds, as well as flaxseeds.
  • Low sugar fruits– While berries and melons are great low sugar options, remember that fruit contains natural sugar + fiber to help break down that sugar, so listen to your body and don’t hide the fruit!

Now let’s put these foods to the test and try out a new smoothie recipe!

PCOS smoothie

PCOS smoothie recipe

Quite frankly, this smoothie’s got a little bit of everything and a whole lot of goodness in every sip. A few notes to help you achieve the perfect blend:

Coconut cream is the fatty cream in canned coconut milk. Did you know you can actual buy whole cans of just this rich cream part?! Thrive Market has my fav brand of coconut cream. Yet if you have trouble finding this, then buy full fat canned coconut milk, DON’T shake it before opening, then use a spatula to scrape out just the creamy part, leaving the milk at the bottom.

Ceylon cinnamon, turmeric, pumpkin, and also ginger all contain anti inflammatory properties. Fighting inflammation is important to managing PCOS symptoms.

Orange foods– If you noticed a color theme in this smoothie, then you’re on to something! Orange foods are full of vitamin A, and so is this PCOS smoothie!

Now give this PCOS smoothie a blend, then leave a comment + review to let me know how it tasted. I love pumpkin, so I instantly fell in love with this creamy creation!

More fertility smoothie recipes

Taking control of your health doesn’t have to be bland or difficult. It can be as easy as measure, blend, sip! If the PCOS smoothie below was a win, then try out some more PCOS-friendly smoothie recipes below:

These recipes are not only insanely good, they are loaded with whole foods that work for your body.

Plant based protein for PCOS smoothie

Want to turn your smoothie into a meal? Then add 1 serving of homemade protein powder, which easily turns any one of these fertility smoothies into a meal. No sugar, no additives, no secret ingredients. Just hemp protein, chia seeds, and flax seeds loaded with healthy fats.

I do recommend adding a little extra liquid to this PCOS smoothie if using homemade protein powder, to keep it creamy as well as thin enough to drink.

fertility smoothie recipe
5 from 10 votes

PCOS Smoothie Recipe

Fertility and food come together in this creamy smoothie creation. Loaded with foods that can fuel your body, this PCOS smoothie is a great way to start the day. 
Prep: 5 minutes
Total: 5 minutes
Author: Jen Hansard
Course: Natural Remedy, Smoothie
Cuisine: Healing, Plant-Based
Serves: 1


  • ½ cup pumpkin puree
  • 4 oz carrot cut into large pieces
  • 1 tbsp ginger root minced
  • 1 cup almond milk
  • ¾ cup coconut cream
  • 1 tsp ground cinnamon
  • ½ tsp ground turmeric
  • Pinch black pepper
  • 1 serving homemade protein powder optional


  • Add all ingredients to blender, then blend until smooth
  • Pour into your fav glass and enjoy!



Calories: 711kcal, Carbohydrates: 33g, Protein: 10g, Fat: 66g, Saturated Fat: 56g, Polyunsaturated Fat: 2g, Monounsaturated Fat: 4g, Sodium: 384mg, Potassium: 1105mg, Fiber: 11g, Sugar: 8g, Vitamin A: 29762IU, Vitamin C: 15mg, Calcium: 396mg, Iron: 7mg
Tried this recipe? Show me!Mention @SimpleGreenSmoothies or tag #SimpleGreenSmoothies!

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  1. 5 stars
    This is absolutely perfect in so many ways! It is satisfying and delicious (& great for PCOS). I make this a few times a week at minimum. Highly recommend!

    1. Hi, looking to make this smoothie tomorrow, for the carrots do you cook them or raw?

      1. I usually use frozen, but you can also use raw carrots. I would cut a full carrot up into 5 or 6 smaller pieces though. Great question, Jenny!

  2. 5 stars
    I’d love to try this…is there a good substitute for coconut cream. With a heart condition, I’m not only plant-based but also very low-fat, even plant-based fat. Is the cream for flavor or thickening? Could I substitute white beans for thickening? If for flavor, could I add a little coconut extract?

    1. So glad you’re gonna give this one a blend Janet! The coconut cream here is for the healthy fat, more so than for thickening. While we like coconut cream, avocado, MCT oil for healthy fats – we’d suggest checking in with your health care provider as to what types of healthy fat would be best for you.

  3. I’m seeing amazing smoothie recipes in your site, and I’m definitely going to try this smoothie! But I felt the need to say that: considering how many foods are out there to fight the PCOS, animal protein shouldn’t be the top priority… some women might suffer from this syndrome (I do), but when there are other alternatives we should still think about animal rights and helping the planet recover. That’s wellness, life and health for everyone.
    (And even for those who don’t care about the planet or animals, most animal proteins affect directly your health in a really negative way.)

    1. Hi Elisabeth! It’s Great your heart is in the right place with Animal Rights and Good Stewardship of the earth.
      I would add that Not all food ( MEAT in this particular thread) is created equal. If we add “Specific” requirements when we purchase/consume meats… such as Grass Fed, Non GMO, Certified Organic, etc….then we can add healthy, good quality, humanely raised, environmentally friendly Meat to our diets.
      And in a balanced diet…. Meat gives us ESSENTIAL vitamins and minerals our bodies need that we do not get from a strictly vegan diet. ( if the meat is not of higher standard/production… I agree it does more harm than good for our health).

  4. 5 stars
    Love that you’re talking about this in the plant based, whole food eating space. Finding healthy, natural ways to deal with health challenges feels like such a better way. Thank you! 🙂

  5. 5 stars
    Thanks so much for another delicious smoothie recipe! I love fueling my body with helpful foods 🙂

  6. 5 stars
    My sister has PCOS and has adopted a plant-based diet and see such dramatic improvements in her body. We’re hoping she has success like Kym in her journey. Thanks for sharing a recipe to help— I’ve already passed it onto my sister.

    1. Thank you so much for sharing about your sister, Sara. Hoping along with you that these changes bring her major relief!