Expensive equipment Not Required! Hard to find exotic fruits and vegetables, Not Essential! And as a bonus, you’ll spend less than you normally would at the supermarket, while enjoying all of the nutritious benefits of deliciously tasty green smoothies.
- Create the perfect smoothie every single time (step-by-step)
- Balance sweet and savory flavors for maximum taste
- Rotate greens for maximum efficiency
- Supercharge your smoothies with next level ingredients
- Purchase the best blender without breaking your budget
This Book Will Show You How To:
- Overcome sugar cravings and shed inches fast
- Detoxify your body
- Fight the negative effects of stress
- Feel happier and calmer
- Increase vitality
- And improve the look of your hair and nails
- Kid friendly
- Beginner friendly
- Budget friendly
- Quick & Easy to prepare
- Created with ingredients you can find anywhere
Here’s a nice little break from my humor audiobook trend – a health/nutrition book.
The author, Liz Swann, reached out to me a few months ago to request a review for her book, and I’m so glad she did! She had seen my review of The Raw Food Detox Diet and thought I might be interested in her book. When I read The Raw Food Detox Diet a couple of years ago, I was beginning my journey into eating a healthier diet. At that time I had tried a few green smoothie recipes and enjoyed them, but found that making green smoothies required planning ahead in order to be sure to have the exact right ingredients on-hand (…or so I thought!). After a few tries (and a few bad smoothies), I just kind of gave up.
And then came The New Green Smoothie Diet Solution! (Don’t let the title fool you. This is NOT a “diet” book.)
Being the impatient person that I am, I first skimmed the book for a few recipes that sounded good, jotted down a number of ingredients on my grocery list and quickly discovered that I didn’t get enough of the right things to make any of the recipes I had seen. DO NOT DO THIS!
I then resorted to sitting down and reading the book start to finish, skimming over the recipes as they appeared in each chapter and marking the ones that sounded good so I could try them later. I would estimate it took me about 2 hours of actual reading time. Then I started with a few of the basic smoothies at the beginning of the book (just 2 ingredients each). I tried one each day at lunch and quickly realized that making yummy green smoothies was SUPER easy. Once I had mastered the basic green smoothie, I moved on to some of the more complicated recipes — they weren’t really “complicated,” but required a few more ingredients which I needed to add to my shopping list. I found all of the recipes I tried very good.
Ms. Swann encourages readers to make a green smoothie for one meal per day. I work from home, so this was pretty easy for me to work in a green smoothie at lunch time. I found that cutting up the fruit over the weekend saves me time during the week and have been amazed by how much fruit and veggies I consume in one day just by making a smoothie rather than skipping lunch, eating leftovers or snacking on chips throughout the day, which was my normal routine before I resolved to drink a green smoothie every day.
If you are interested in eating healthy or learning how to make delicious smoothies for you (and your family), this is definitely the book for you!