Vegetable Smoothie Recipes are Healthful and Tasty!
Are you thinking about introducing additional veggies to your daily diet? Maybe you have actually taken into consideration testing vegetable green smoothie recipes yet weren’t certain if you want them.
When you settle into a consistent routine with creating your veggie smoothies, I believe you will find it very simple to mix a pitcher of smoothies for the job or your home. I am impressed with just how terrific green veggies taste as a smoothie.
If you want to drop a few pounds and inches and include additional veggies in your daily diet, keep reading to get a tasty recipe to start your day.
Can you have too many veggies? That is not very likely. It is difficult to picture somebody (such as your physician) suggesting that ‘You are consuming JUST TOO MANY veggies. Cut that out!’
The food pyramid recommends getting a minimum of three to five portions of veggies each day. A good example of that would be one cup of leafy raw vegetables, 1/2 cup of prepared veggies, and 3/4 cup of vegetable juices. If you add in a number of veggies to a tasty smoothie or two, you will likely obtain your vegetable needs every day with no trouble (or go here for more ideas: The Perfect Spring Snacks!)!
I believe that uncooked veggies tend to be more nutritionally healthy than prepared veggies. Not everybody might accept my conclusions. That is certainly okay. I do encourage anyone to at least add more uncooked veggies to your daily intake and observe just how much healthier you feel over all.
Frequently, I listen to people use the words ‘Smoothie’ and ‘Juicing’ interchangeably. The main difference is if you take your veggies in a smoothie as compared to juicing, you will be retaining the vital dietary fiber that we need to keep our colons healthy.
Vegetable Smoothie Recipe
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Green Smoothie Recipe Ideal for Weight Loss!
When among your main goals for the summer coming is to drop a few pounds and you are considering weight reduction smoothie recipes, do this one! This healthful recipe may be rapidly whipped up in your blender in little to no time as well as have you out of the door each morning filled with energy.
When you have an inadequate amount of time in the early morning to prepare this recipe before departing, make it up the evening before and it is all good to go.
A few blenders only require a tiny bit of liquid while some may need a little more for vegetable smoothie recipes. When you prefer your smoothie a little heavier, begin with a smaller amount than the recommended volume and increase if required.
Be totally free to try things out, making this recipe precisely as you enjoy it!
- Liquid – Begin with one cup of liquid-Perhaps filtered water/kombucha/kefir water/raw apple juice or your own liquid of choice. Increase liquid if required to make your vegetable smoothie recipe the perfect texture to suit your needs
- Beet – 1/2 inch piece or to liking
- Carrot – One average sized
- Cucumber – One average sized
- Spinach leaf – One handful or two
- Tomato – One smaller to average sized
- Lemon juice – Liquid from freshly squeezed bigger sized
- *Optional*-Sweetener – I like to use honey, but a couple of droplets of liquid Stevia extract is a great choice too (be cautious because it is VERY powerful!)
- Put liquid together with cleaned and ready ingredients into your blender;
- Process all of the ingredients until silky.
Green Lemonade Smoothie
The Perfect Kid-Friendly Smoothie Recipe
The earlier you instill good health habits in your children the better. However, kids are notoriously grumpy and complain when they are told they have to eat their vegetables. This is a great way to get nutrients, minerals and vitamins into your children, with a recipe that kids really love.
Tweaks: Anything you need to do to make your kids love smoothies is permitted here! Get your children involved. Let them pick out their own ingredients when you go shopping. Let them make the smoothies with you. Kids love watching food get liquefied in a blender, and the more involved your children are in this healthy process, the better the chance that these healthy habits will stick with them.
- 4 lemons, peeled, seeded and sliced
- 2 apples, peeled, cored and diced or sliced
- 1 cup spinach
- 1 tablespoon organic, raw honey or organic agave nectar
- 1 cup ice
- 2 cups green tea
- Mix 1 cup of tea with your spinach and lemons. Blend well. Blend in your honey or agave nectar;
- Add your remaining 1 cup of tea and blend well. Blend in your apples, adding ice as needed for the right consistency.
Sip and savor!
*** Disclaimer-the above recipe and suggestions are merely that-suggestions! Make use of sound judgment and do your homework before using ingredients you might be new to. ***