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Creamy Cashew Lovers Smoothie

The Creamy Cashew Smoothie is the perfect smoothie for those who love cashews. Cashews are full of heart-healthy fats that have been shown to improve cholesterol and prevent heart attacks and strokes. They are also an excellent source of minerals such as selenium, zinc, and copper. This smoothie recipe also adds ground cinnamon which is a spice that has been ... Read More »

Kale Yeah! Smoothie

The Kale Yeah! Smoothie is the perfect way to get a serving of kale without really tasting it. Kale has been termed a superfood due to its many health benefits and nutrient content. Kale is packed full of vitamins and minerals including vitamin A, C, and K and copper, potassium, and iron. It is also high in fiber which can ... Read More »

Pumpkin Spice Latte Smoothie

Happy Holidays! This one is perfect for you pumpkin spice latte fans. It even adds coffee for a latte taste. Caffeine is also a metabolism booster.  The Pumpkin Spice Latte Smoothie is the perfect fall smoothie that tastes just like a pumpkin spice latte. Pumpkin has a variety of health benefits including being high in beta carotene which helps keep ... Read More »

Hidden Broccoli Berry Smoothie

The Hidden Broccoli Berry Smoothie is the perfect smoothie for those who want to get a serving of broccoli but do not like the taste. This smoothie uses an entire cup of broccoli that cannot be tasted over the vanilla and berry flavors. Broccoli is an important vegetable that contains a high amount of vitamins, minerals, and fibers. Some research ... Read More »

Chia Seed Yogurt Smoothie

The Chia Seed Yogurt Smoothie is a classic strawberry banana smoothie with added chia seeds as a nutritional boost. Chia seeds are packed with nutrients and very little calories. They provide a high mount of fiber that is helpful for stabilizing blood sugar levels and keeping your digestive tract healthy. Chia seeds are also loaded with antioxidants that can prevent ... Read More »

Apple Pie Smoothie

The old saying keeps true… Studies show that having 2 medium apples a day for 3 months was enough to reduce bad cholesterol (LDL) levels in women as much as 16%. You can make this with raw apples, but you can also cook the apples with cinnamon, a dash of ginger and nutmeg in a nonstick pan over medium-low heat ... Read More »