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Posted on 10-30-2014
In a fast-paced world of GO, GO, GO, we don't always find it easy or convenient to eat healthy foods, in particular snacks, because of the time it takes to make these foods, and then the clean up after! With the modern conveniences of fast food, pre-packaged snack foods, and the like, eating healthy snacks can be less tempting. Then we find ourselves at a smoothie shop, thinking that we are doing ourselves a favor by getting a smoothie, because it being called a smoothie, it already sounds healthy right? The problem is the tons of added sugar, processed fruits and veggies, syrups, and other ingredients they add. Now let's face it, they do taste great, but we are fooling ourselves into thinking that the Smoothie Palace (not a real place, but you know what I mean) is somehow a healthy choice! And on top of that, they can get expensive, another deterrent to continued healthy eating.
Staying on top of healthy eating requires some planning, and that should include your snacks and smoothies as well! Who has time to prep and chop up a bunch of fruits and veggies, and then clean up the mess afterwards? What if there was a better way?
Well there is! Below is a link that will show you how to make a month worth of fresh, healthy, delicious smoothies in just 1 hour! It is a great way to get some added fresh fruits and veggies into your diet, keep you full, and help improve your health at the same time! So click the link below, and start smoothie-ing today!!!
What is your favorite smoothie recipe? Please comment below!!!
Dr. Phil Afghani is a Chiropractor and Clinic Director at Atlantic Chiropractic and Wellness Center in Port Orange, FL. Our office serves the chiropractic and natural healthcare needs of the communities of Port Orange, South Daytona, Daytona Beach, Holly Hill, Ormond Beach, Ponce Inlet, New Smyrna, Oak Hill, Edgewater, Bunnell, and Palm Coast.
photo credit - http://hellonatural.co/frozen-green-smoothie/
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