Smoothies

It is arguable that smoothies are healthier than juice because when juices are extracted, you get vitamin varieties and minerals but no fiber. However, smoothies are made using the whole fruit/vegetable, so you get all the fiber in your drink. And your body absorbs vitamins in levels, when Juice is a bomb of vitamins.
The amount of vitamins you’ll get depends on the fruits and vegetables you choose for the smoothie. However, most fruits and vegetables are high in vitamins A and C.
Drinking a glass every day will provide you with all the vitamins you need, it is a much cheaper (and more natural) option than buying multivitamins.
Smoothies are low in calories but very filling. Because they contain high amounts of water and fiber, they’ll make you feel as if you just ate a full meal. If you’re trying to lose weight, Smoothies will help fight hunger and cravings while helping the pounds/kilos melt off easier.

Neila’s Morning Energizer

1 cup kale, chopped 1 cup spinach 1 large apple 1 avocado, chopped and frozen Splash of lemon Juice Orange ...
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Bluebee

  1 ripe banana 2 appls 1 cup frozen blueberries 1 cup nonfat plain yogurt ICE   ...
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Berry Merry

4 Straberries Handful of Blueberries Handful of Rasberries Tea Spoon of  Maca Powder Tea Spoon of Acai Powder Tea Spoon ...
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Straberry Kiwi

2 Bananas 2 Kiwies 6 straberries 1 tsp Vanilla 1 tsp Maca powder (optional) 1 tbsp Chia seeds Coconut milk ...
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Mango Dango

1 Mango   Few Ripe Plums 1 Ripe peach or nectarine 1 Ripe apricot 1 Lime 2 Tea spoons of ...
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SuperFood Smoothie

1     Pitted date (2  optional for the sweetness) 1     Tbsp raw shelled hemp seeds 1/2 Tbsp Chia seeds 2     Bananas ...
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Super Spinach Smoothie

2 Handfuls of Spinach 2 Apples 4 Sticks of Salary 1 Tea spoon of Spirulina (optional) 1 Cup plain Soy ...
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