Smoothies are everywhere: in the mall, at fast-food restaurants, in coffee shops. But for the most part, those smoothies might be better termed fruit milkshakes. Stuffed with sugar, frozen yogurt, even ice cream, they do more harm than good.
But made properly, smoothies condense large amounts of fruits and vegetables into one compact and very tasty drink. Plants are most nutrient-dense at peak season.
So when putting together a smoothie, try to use the freshest ingredients!
We recommend to eat Muesli. Why? Well, first of all, it tastes good!
Secondly, muesli typically has less sugar and calories than most breakfast cereals on supermarket shelves. It's high in fiber and whole grains, which regulate the digestive system, are filling and can aid in weight control. The addition of nuts provides a great source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids (especially walnuts).
There are a lot of choices in the supermarket. But we think it's better to make your own! Herewith a simple...