Create a greener future for yourself and the environment. Aim for a full spectrum of rainbow smoothies made from fruits and vegetables such as blueberries, purple plums, leafy greens, orange carrots, white chia seeds, and red raspberries.
It sounds appealing, but is a smoothie healthy for breakfast?
Not all smoothies are equal and substance matters. Check out the protein, carbs, and fat content because they all have different metabolic effects.
Some “healthy” smoothies have little protein or fat, but a whole lot of carbs, mostly from sugar. Metabolically speaking, you’d be eating candy for breakfast! You could also look forward to blood sugar swings, cravings, crashing energy, and you may even become grumpy!
- Smoothies can look and taste like a 5-star bomb to the belly. But in truth, it can be a delicious opportunity to energize a healthy diet - even when trying to lose weight.
- Become an expert smoothie architect by infusing your character into the smoothie basics: A choice of liquid and preferred flavor extract or spice.
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