I'm not a great fan of juicing fruits and vegetables. Yes it extracts their nutrients, but also all the sugars while throwing away the fiber that helps our bodies assimilate these sugars slowly. Smoothies on the other hand, use the whole fruit or veggie and are rich in fiber as well as nutrients. Here are some ideas for you. Look and Learn!

Quick and Easy Green Kale Smoothie

Kale may seem a strange choice for a smoothie, but this Green Kale Smoothie is a great way to drink your greens. And it tastes good. No, really!

Avocado Pineapple Smoothie

Avocados are a great, creamy way to get important nutrients into your diet. They are the perfect nutritious addition to smoothies when undergoing cancer treatment.

Almond Butter Smoothie

Almond butter is a great way to add great calories to a smoothie. This delicious smoothie is packed with protein and antioxidants and is also dairy-free.

Kale Smoothie

This delicious green smoothie is an easy way to get your greens.

Orange Carrot Smoothie with Ginger & Dates!

You can pack your servings of fruits and vegetables into a delicious smoothie. Ann shows you how to make a nutrition packed smoothie with natural sweeteners.

Chocolate Quinoa Smoothie

This Chocolate Quinoa Smoothie is yet another wonderful way to use cooked quinoa! It adds some health protein to this yummy chocolate smoothie to keep the nutrition coming. Ounce for ounce, agave nectar tastes twice as sweet as sugar, which makes it a great thing to use for sweetening drinks. If you’re not familiar with using it, I’d add just half the agave nectar, buzz the drink, then taste it before adding more, a tablespoon at a time.