Smooooothies

What’s better than an ice-cold, delicious, healthy and nutritious smoothie? In my world, not much else.

I’ve always been for smoothies rather than juices as I believe smoothies keep more nutrients as you use the entire fruit/vegetable compared to when juicing where you actually get rid of a large amount of nutrients as they tend to ‘sit’ in the peel or just below the surface of fruits & veggies.

Smoothies are a great breakfast option. Quick, easy, filling and nutritious.

Fruit provides vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin C and potassium. The vitamins and minerals help your body function properly. Bananas provide a good source of potassium, an important nutrient in muscle health. Many fruits have fiber and this helps to slow down the digestive process and keep you feeling full longer. As an added benefit, when you consume fiber-rich foods, this can help you manage your weight as you won’t be hungry straight away. Here are a few of my favorite homemade smoothies – they’re super easy and quick to make.

Always remember to try to use organic fruit so you don’t get all the chemicals that sits on and just below the peel.

Blue & Black:

Summer Sunshine:

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Black Forrest:

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