Making smoothies along with juicing!
When we find out that we are the one affected with a disease, then we scramble to find ways to do what we should have already been doing, like making smoothies for healthy eating.
Are you doing it for health, cancer, or weight lose? I started searching once I was diagnosed with cancer.
I am learning so much about eating healthier. Like smoothies. This is pretty self explanatory of how she makes hers. Quick, easy and fast for everyone that is on the go. Just bring it home or fresh from the garden, wash it, cut it up, put in jars and put in freezer.
I have to say though, that we really don’t eat junk food, not much meat or pork even. But our food is so processed that it is hard to eat fresh all the time unless we were like our parents and can everything. And it can be expensive. That is the crazy part of it all. My husband purchased approximately 6 apples, 6 pears, 6 peaches, a bundle of kale, 3 beets, 1 bunch of carrots, 1 bunch of celery, 4 tomatoes, 1 container of strawberries, ginger root and seems like something else and it was $40.00. gesh. That doesn’t last long if you juice 2 times a day and now I am going to be adding the smoothies to my daily intake. Hate that my tomatoes have stopped producing. I am going to be adding more raised beds next year to my back yard. I may even do away with a back yard and turn it into raised beds…lolol
I have been searching for smoothie recipes for sometime and found this site today. LOVE IT.
These are just mouth watering.
- Lemon – 1/2 fruit (2-3/8″ dia) 42g
- Tomato – 1 large whole (3″ dia) 182g
- Watermelon – 1 large wedge (approx 1/8 of melon) 572g
- Blackberry – 1 cup 144g
- Kiwifruit – 1 fruit (2″ dia) 69g
- Pear – 1 medium 178g
- Peppermint (optional) – 10 leaves 0.5g
- Pineapple (peeled, cored) – 1/4 fruit 226.25g
- Apples – 2 large (3-1/4″ dia) 446g
- Lime – 1/2 fruit (2″ dia) 33.5g
- Strawberries – 3 cup, whole 432g
If I come across some other good ones I will add them later. Enjoy. Now I think I will go have a smoothie.