Monday, 6 January 2014

Top 10 Smoothies to get you on the #health track

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I mentioned in a tweet that those Cabbage Soup Diets make me suicidal.
They make slitting my wrists a real appealing prospect. They are that exageration and if you love you food like i do then you know their is no way you will maintain such weightloss achieved through cruel and unusual forms of punishment.
That's why I bring along these 10 Top Smoothie recipes for a liquid state, healthy replacement.
This is what you'll find!
Hearty Fruit and Oat Smoothie
You'll fill up fast with this strawberry-and-banana-based smoothie that adds oats for extra heartiness. 
Mango and Yogurt Smoothie
Stop chopping! Save precious time in the A.M. with this speedy smoothie recipe that utilizes chunks of frozen mango.
Green Ginger-Peach Smoothie
Baby spinach gives this smoothie a nutritional boost, as well as its signature green hue.
Tropical Blueberry Smoothie
Fresh orange and chopped pineapple add a citrusy, tropical twist to this blueberry-based smoothie.
Oatmeal Smoothies
Frozen raspberries, banana, and oatmeal team up in this quick and easy, no-cook breakfast.
Strawberry, Mango, and Yogurt Smoothie
Four ingredients – apple juice, low-fat yogurt, and frozen strawberries and mango chunks – are all you need to whip up this frothy treat.
Fruit Smoothie
This antioxidant- and vitamin-C-packed smoothie is made entirely from fresh and frozen fruits -– no extra ingredients necessary!
Yogurt-Pistachio Smoothies
Skip the fruitier fare with this cool yogurt-based smoothie that picks up its flavor from pistachios and fresh ginger.
Winter Smoothie
Filled with fruit juices and banana, this smoothie is healthy enough to serve for breakfast, but decadent enough to serve for dessert.
Avocado-Pear Smoothie
Ripe and creamy avocado tastes great on anything, so why not pair it with pear and toss it in a smoothie?



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