Healthy foodies may agree on many nutrition topics, but here's one that's still up for debate: What's better, smoothies or juices? In my opinion there are pros and cons to each drink, so it really comes down to your personal needs and goals.
The short answer is yes, if you’re referring to a homemade smoothie containing nothing but fruit. “But I’d still rather they have whole fruit,” said Robin Foroutan, a spokeswoman for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, a trade group representing nutrition professionals.
I’m not sure what came over me, but last week I decided I’d open up to green smoothies. I still had no desire to drink one for breakfast, but mid-morning, after my swim, I began to experiment.
We chatted with some of our favorite smoothie enthusiasts to ask them how to make smoothies healthier, tastier and more interesting. They gave us the scoop on making the best smoothie ever.
If you’re anything like me, you want to stay hydrated and need ALL the fuel. That is why I rounded up my latest go-to smoothie recipes that taste like treats, are perfect for summer, and the whole family can enjoy!
Finally, after decades of sitting in a small corner of the freezer case, frozen fruit has landed its breakthrough role: smoothie ingredient.
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The benefits of juicing and smoothieng are extraordinary and greatly enhance your health. This post clarifies how juicing and smoothieng are different and their pros and cons. You may have the intention of juicing but are blending or “smoothieng” your fruits and vegetables with the impression that it reaps the same health benefits. Both are a healthy choice but they are different...
Australian-born Tess Masters is a cook, writer, actor, and voiceover artist. She shares super easy recipes on theblendergirl.com. Tess's easygoing approach has made her a go-to personality for discerning eaters looking for healthy fast food that is easy, delicious, and fun. As a presenter and recipe developer, Tess collaborates with leading food, culinary, and lifestyle brands. She has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, Vegetarian Times, Glamour.com, Chow, Epicurious, and AllRecipes, among other publications and websites. Away from the blender, Tess enjoys a diverse performance career. She has toured internationally with stage productions, worked in film and television, and lent her voice to commercial campaigns, audiobooks, and popular videogame characters. Tess and her partner, Scott Brick, live in L.A with their West Highland White Terrier (and blender-cuisine maven), Cookie.
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