Green Smoothie

A couple of posts back I mentioned juicing and while I did do that for a few days, I still wanted to stay with the healthy trend, so this morning I made a green smoothie that was delicious!


It was a handful of organic baby spinach I purchased from Whole Foods, crushed pineapple that I froze in an ice cube tray and used 6, about 1/4 cup of water, and a whole banana. I blended until smooth, and let me tell you, you could only taste the banana and pineapple and not the spinach. 


Will you ever try a green smoothie?


Here’s the end result:



I know it looks weird, but like I said earlier, it was delicious. 


Give it a try.


Until next time, 




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Inspired By Courtney Kerr: 3 day Juicing for Summer

If anyone is familiar with Courtney Kerr, she was on the show Dallas Most Eligible on Bravo. I follow her on twitter and watch the D Presents: The Broadcast. Her and a co-star were on a juicing cleanse to kick start a healthy summer. Yesterday, on Dr. Oz had the guy from the movie/documentary that can be seen on Netflix called, “Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead” and were talking about juicing for 3 days. What a better way to kick start a healthy eating habit than do this cleanse.



"According to Dr. Joel Fuhrman, author of The Super Immunity Dietjuicing helps unleash the natural healing power of the body. Juicing floods your system with powerful nutrients and antioxidants. It may also help retrain your taste buds to enjoy healthy fruits and vegetables, making it the first step toward a long-lasting lifestyle change, or jumpstarting a weight-loss regimen. Dr. Fuhrman also says juicing can be beneficial for people with elevated cholesterol and high blood pressure, and those suffering from autoimmune diseases, like arthritis, digestive problems and skin conditions.”




So here it the menu/ingredients for the cleanse:




I think I’ll try it, now I just need to hit the grocery store! What about you guys?