I’m a green smoothie fan from way back, and I sometimes forget how satisfying a regular fruit smoothie can be. This fruit milk recipe is protein-packed, filling, and totally healthy.
Have you been wanting to get in on the smoothie and juicing goodness but weren’t sure where to start? This hilarious video shares some awesome, down-to-earth smoothie tips and juicing recipes to get you going!
DIY smoothies and juices are quite the rage these days, and I’m listening. Green smoothies are next on my to-try list. Wanna’ join me? I have a few tools to help us get started…
Smoothies are such a great way to start the day. They can also function as an occasional meal replacement or snack. Skinny Smoothies: 101 Delicious Drinks that Help You Detox and Lose Weight is a collection of quick and healthy smoothies.
Interested in green smoothies, but not sure where to start? The fabulous Hilary Greenleaf has you covered with her new ebook: The New Green Smoothie Diet. The book is available for Kindle and iPad through Amazon, and Hilary is generously offering up free copies to two lucky Eat Drink Better readers!
We got on a huge smoothie kick this summer. We discovered that a dinky little blender of ours could actually make them and were making smoothies every day for a week or two. Now, while smoothies are a delicious, special treat, they are not at all difficult to make. However, if you’ve never made one before, you may not believe me. So, I’m writing this short little post (photos included) to tell you how to make smoothies (or, at least, how I like to make them) and to let you know about one of my favorite recipes.
Lately, the stress at work has been really getting to me, and it was starting to affect my life and relationships outside of work with friends and family. I decided I had to clean up my act. I also knew my time was limited so I decided to start with an area I could have the most impact on quickly. I chose to focus on my food choices – we eat every day, so it must have some power over how I was feeling.
It turns out that focusing on food choices was one of my most brilliant insights ever.
It’s the summer solstice (in the Northern Hemisphere) today, meaning it’s the longest day of the year. In the Southern Hemisphere, of course, it’s the opposite (the winter solstice, or shortest day of the year). Now, I thought rather than write my typical news story, I’d do something a little different today.
Recipe for a guilt-free alternative to ice cream: walnut banana smoothie.
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