How to Make a Smoothie
Learning how to make a smoothie is actually very simple. The ingredients used depend on whether you want to make a healthy low calorie fruit smoothie, rich creamy special occasion smoothie, an invigorating breakfast smoothie or perhaps a high-protein meal replacement smoothie.
Although smoothies are generally considered a healthy, nutrition-dense “meal in a glass”, it’s important to remember that they can be loaded with calories too. Once you know
how to make fruit smoothies
the low calorie, low fat, natural way it's easy to include them as part of a weight loss program
If, like me, you plan to drink smoothies on a daily basis as part of a
healthy diet plan,
it’s a good idea to stick to 100% natural fruit smoothies – made with aloe vera too if you can get hold of it.
Making healthy fruit smoothies is even easier when you use frozen fruit smoothie recipes. check here for tips on
how to freeze blueberries
or any other kind of berry. You can also try
freezing fresh fruit
at home too so you always have a supply of fruit available for homemade fruit smoothies.
By following simple
healthy fruit smoothie recipes
you’re sure to get all the benefits of the antioxidants, enzymes, vitamins and minerals without overloading on the dairy or added sugars which can turn that healthy low-calorie smoothie into a dieter’s nightmare!
Save the creams, yogurts or milk to include in
healthy soup recipes
to enjoy later in the day. Or save them for a special occasion smoothie which you only drink once in a while.
How to Make Fruit Smoothies
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