We’ve often spoken about varying the color of your smoothies to get the most benefit from them. Different colored fruits and veggies have varying amounts of, or other additional, nutrients.

If you are not good at eating your five-or-seven-a-day, it is worth choosing many fruits and vegetables you might not otherwise eat. Adding them to a smoothie is not only good for you, but it helps disguise the texture and flavor, if that is an issue for you.

This tasty recipe is from Alice at HipFoodieMom who says …

This was seriously created because I had leftover red cabbage and I just wanted to try it. I thought it was delicious! Red cabbage has tons of fiber and vitamins C and K and more!

 

Please turn to the Next Page (click button below) for the Berries n Almonds Purple Smoothie for Less Than 200 Calories recipe …

 

 

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