Load up on vitamins and minerals and beat stress and flu with this sunshine-bright, nutrient rich, flu and stress busting smoothie from SimpleHealthyKitchen – get the details of the recipe at the end of post.
Whatever the time of year, whether holidays, winter blues, any other season or just a busy life style, we can get low with stress, colds and flu, so give yourself a boost with the vitamin C, antioxidants and betacarotene in this delicious smoothie.
Susan at SimpleHealthyKitchen says …
Frozen bananas add a layer of creaminess to this smoothie, so if you have time, I recommend freezing for at least 2 hours or overnight. If not, you’ll want to add a few cubes of ice to this smoothie.
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Ethan Yukna maybe Santi would like this
I am there mentally lol
I never see any caloric numbers for any of these smoothie recipes.
they dnt want you to know, lol!
Hi Theresa Nicholas-Cocchia, don’t be pesuaded by negative comments such as from Dana Mazzarese-Soares. They are not true! We always provide nutrition info where it it is provided in the original article. Since the basic weight loss equation is calories in < calories out, calories is the first item of data we will add if not already there. And recently, we've been using a recipe analyser to add nutrition info where it has not been provided. You can do this yourself for any recipe here: http://www.caloriecount.com/cc/recipe_analysis.php
Hi Ruth. I am not persuaded by negative comments. Lol means a joke. All of the smoothies I see and like do not have any caloric numbers. It is important that they be posted for anyone who has diet restrictions or just want to know how much calories, fat, sugar and carbs they are putting into their bodies.
Hi Theresa Nicholas-Cocchia, Thanks – if you let us know which recipes lack calorie info, we’ll go back & add it – based on this:
You can do this yourself for any recipe here:
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