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Blueberry Smoothie Recipe
Ask your surgeon.: Surgeons are usually very particular in this regard, so there's just no general recommendation that would be valid. Your best bet would be to get that advice from the surgeon who completed your operation. ...Read more
See below.: Try a few leaves of spinach, kale, collard greens or some broccoli. Add a few blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, 1/2 banana and a few wedges of an apple. Add a heaping tbsp of nonfat yogurt, 2 tsp of honey, 3-4 ice cubes and fill w/ water until it is 1/4 full in a nutribullet or blender. However, be careful b/c too much vitamin k can cause bleeding. You can experiment w/ your own recipes. ...Read more
What happens if I only drink a green tea smoothie consisting of green tea, blueberries, strawberries, raspberries how much weight will I lose?
Daily make a smoothie that is water, 2 tbsp Greek yogurt, c of cauliflower, c of blueberries & 1 tangerine. Too much sugar? Don't drink soft drinks
I blended a peach broccoli kale and blueberries afterwards there were these hard pieces in the smoothie and i swollowed them what do I do? What was it
It's the blueberries: When you blend blueberries into a smoothie you end up with little hard dark bits in there from the innards of the blueberries. They're fine and are safe to drink. ...Read more
What to do if I have just started eating healthy :d please judge my smoothie recipe and am i overeating in the morning?
Congratulations on: Taking steps for better health. It is wise to start the day with a good breakfast, have a moderate lunch, and a modest dinner, with healthy food choices. The following shows recommended calories per day: http://www.Cnpp. Usda. Gov/publications/usdafoodpatterns/estimatedcalorieneedsperdaytable. Pdf. Design your eating for balance over the day based on activity and mood. Best regards for healthy life. ...Read more
No science here: On the internet, you can find a huge amount written about which "superfood" is right for which "body type." it's almost all made up out of whole cloth as entertainment or worse. If you are interested in this, get with a scientific physician with a focus on holistic / nutritional / complementary medicine to help you get evidence-based medicine in your service. ...Read more
Few months old: You should introduce solid foods to your baby's food in three to five months of age. ...Read more
How many cups/ounces of veggie smoothies should I have for optimum health every day? Any veggie must haves?
No data: There are no scientific data on this subject, and if anyone tries to tell you otherwise, they're probably pulling your leg. It sounds like your diet is already healthy if you're drinking veggie smoothies, so you don't need to worry too much about quantity or which vegetable to use. Aim for a healthy, varied diet, and then stop thinking about it. ...Read more
Was eating blueberries that were in date, realised one had a little mould on it, what if I ate a few with mould on? Most of them look ok.
With a normal: Immune system it should not be an issue. ...Read more
Mix Away!: Smoothies are a great way to get the daily recommended number of fruit and vegetable servings! Fresh baby spinach is a mild-flavored vegetable and goes well with all fruit. I recommend a smoothie starting with baby spinach and a ripe banana. From there, add another fruit, ice and water. Frozen berries, pineapple chunks, peach or mango are all very good. ...Read more
No: Once you develop acute diverticulitis you should stop eating blueberries and other foods which contain significant amounts of fiber. With these symptoms you need a clear liquid diet which does not leave residue for your colon to digest. Please consult further with a gastroenterologist. I wish you well with your health! ...Read more
Raw Food: I think that medicine may be neutral about this. As long as the vegetables are cleaned properly there would be no health concerns. We eat raw vegetables all the time in salads and such. ...Read more
In order to answer..: In order to answer A question about how to make something healthier, we must first know what's in it now. A smoothie as pretty much anything you throw in a blender, often vegetables, fruits and yogurt. The best way to make a healthy smoothie is to include healthy ingredients. Emphasize the veggies and keep it low fat. ...Read more
Yes: Because with whole fruits and veggies, you get the fiber which results in less consumption and quicker satiety (fullness). Smoothies have more sugar from the fruits and veggies due to more being used to make the smoothie. Plus, most smoothies have added ingredients like sugars, syrups, powders, etc — unless you make it yourself. ...Read more
NO!: Fruit juices are better than milk or sodas, however consuming the actual fruit as a whole is better that just drinking its juice! ...Read more
Rice protein: Powder is healthy and easily digested.Get a more detailed answer ›
Check ingredients: I see no reason why not. You might want to adjust recipes for more optimal healthful eating, such as reducing and substituting fats, and reducing sugars. If the recipes overly rely on a taste for meats and carbohydrate- and fat-heavy foods, it might be better to preserve as a keepsake than to cook from. ...Read more
For the gullible: This is a mix of tea, lemonade, maple syrup and pepper, with no sold food. You'll lose weight mostly because it's nasty and you'll take in fewer calories. I hope you are not so foolish as to believe it "removes poisons from the body" -- your body actually cleans itself. Long-term users have ended up very sick from it. Short-term it's safe enough if you're reasonably healthy. ...Read more