Simple And Great Juicing and Smoothie Tips For General Good Health

Enjoy Living A Purposeful Life…. Learn The Secrets Behind Juicing 

Incorporating juicing into your lifestyle can add many healthy benefits. It does take a little time to juice, but the health benefits you get from juicing far outweigh the little bit of time it takes. These tips will help you to be able to juice with ease and simplicity.

Smoothies

Bananas and papayas do not seem to do well in a juicer. You can still use them with juice, but it is best to stick them in a blender. They are very thick, and tend to work better when making fruit smoothies or any type of frozen dessert that you make.
Packed with fresh fruits and vegetables, smoothies are a great – and delicious – way to get your fill of energy-boosting proteins and healthy fats.

Pay close attention to which vegetables and fruits your juicer recommends. There are some fruits and vegetables that do not lend themselves well to juicing. Bananas are a great example of this, as they tend to thicken a mixture when added, which is why they are used in smoothies regularly. Blend these types of produce, as opposed to juicing, for best results.

Try adding chopped ice to your juice to make it a cool treat in the summer! It’s like drinking a smoothie while actually knowing what ingredients are in it and where they came from (and how clean they were when they went into the juicer!) What a tasty way to chill out.

To entice kids to join you in your juicing adventures, start with smoothies. You can add honey, yoghurt, or even fruit sherbet. Always start off with at least one vegetable or fruit in the smoothie, so that when you try adding different items it won’t taste much different than the first smoothie you’ve given to them.

Juicing is a great way to get many of the vitamins, minerals and nutrients that your body needs. By following our tips you can easily juice and get all the benefits that come along with it. You’ll be surprised by how easy it is and by how good juicing will make you feel.

Below Are Top 10 Smoothies You Can Try Out…

  1. Hearty Fruit and Oat Smoothie
    You’ll fill up fast with this strawberry-and-banana-based smoothie that adds oats for extra heartiness.
  2. Mango and Yoghurt Smoothie
    Stop chopping! Save precious time in the mornings with this speedy smoothie recipe that utilizes chunks of frozen mango.
  3. Green Ginger-Peach Smoothie
    Baby spinach gives this smoothie a nutritional boost, as well as its signature green hue.
  4. Tropical Blueberry Smoothie
    Fresh orange and chopped pineapple add a citrus tropical twist to this blueberry-based smoothie.
  5. Oatmeal Smoothies
    Frozen raspberries, banana, and oatmeal team up in this quick and easy, no-cook breakfast.
  6. Strawberry, Mango, and Yoghurt Smoothie
    Four ingredients – apple juice, low-fat yoghurt, and frozen strawberries and mango chunks – are all you need to whip up this frothy treat.
  7. Fruit Smoothie
    This antioxidant- and vitamin-C-packed smoothie is made entirely from fresh and frozen fruits -– no extra ingredients necessary!
  8. Yoghurt-Pistachio Smoothies
    Skip the fruitier fare with this cool yoghurt-based smoothie that picks up its flavour from pistachios and fresh ginger.
  9. Winter Smoothie
    Filled with fruit juices and banana, this smoothie is healthy enough to serve for breakfast, but decadent enough to serve for dessert.
  10. Avocado-Pear Smoothie
    Ripe and creamy avocado tastes great on anything, so why not pair it with pear and toss it in a smoothie?

For more mouth-watering and very healthy smoothie recipes, get your own copy of Paleo Diet Smoothie Recipe Book by clicking the image below…

Paleo Smoothie Recipes

About the author: A wife, mother, worshiper, writer and a business woman of integrity. An advocate for life purpose and passionate about women living their lives to the fullest and on purpose – making impact… having fun whilst earning a living. Remi Badozi is a life purpose coach who empowers women to live purposeful and leverage the power of the internet. Founder and creator of Life Purpose Matters.

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