Green smoothies are my favorite breakfasts, to start the day with fresh, whole and delicious living foods. This recipe makes about 1 quart.
Cutting board, knife, High speed blender such as Vita Mix or Blendtec (a bit pricey but worth every penny).
Put all ingredients in a high speed blender or smoothie maker and process until smooth. Enjoy!
Tropical fruits can be used by non-diabetics. Diabetics need to avoid them or use them sparingly.
Avocado pits are high in fiber and are very nutritious.
Chia Seeds are high in Omega 3 and protein.
Greens and Hemp are wonderful sources of vegetable protein.
Stevia is derived from leaves and is heart healthy. Whole Stevia leaf powder can be bought in some health food stores. I got mine online from a raw food store.
I have crowned Victoria Boutenco as the Green Smoothie Queen. Click here for her recipes online.
You can also download her Green Smoothie App for your iPhone, and refer to it on grocery runs. Very cool!
Photo: Green smoothie in the making.
I'm not a Nutritionist. I'm a Foodie. I like delicious, nutritious food that's quick and easy to prepare. I believe that food is medicine, that food preparation is a creative expression, and that Nature is a creative expression of Divine Energy that abundantly provides for and supports the highest health and wellness of all beings.
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Photo: Organic Produce Mandala (Produce from Kalimoni Greens)
Photographer: Me - Suchinta Abhayaratna
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Healthy eating is an important part of holistic self-care. This page contains tried and true quick, easy, delicious and nutritious recipes intended to enhance health and wellness.