Many of us are looking for ways to add more fruits and vegetables to our diets because of the nutritional impacts they make on our bodies. For example, we know fruits and vegetables keep us full longer and are chock full of antioxidants, probiotics, and fiber.
Evie Smoothies was founded in 2015, their goal is to positively impact the environment and people’s daily routines. Their smoothies come in fun, frozen cubes that don’t need blending, making it a unique and practical way to make your smoothie.
Usana believes that if you feed the cells in your body precisely what it needs, you will benefit. Usana’s Nutrimeal Free is made without soy, eggs, dairy, or gluten. It is low glycemic and is balanced nutrition with or without your favorite fruits and vegetables.
Revive is challenging the belief that eating healthy is time-consuming, expensive, and doesn’t taste great with their smoothies. Their Rise and Chai smoothie include banana, zucchini, butternut squash, Medjool dates, ginger, black team, granny smith apples, pea protein, vanilla, and Ceylon cinnamon.
This smoothie from theirstmess.com includes oats in it. I never thought to use oats in my smoothie, but what a great way to add thickness to it without adding a banana.
This amazing smoothie recipe from acoupleofcooks.com. This smoothie is incredibly creamy using frozen pineapple, banana, ice, water, and milk, plus a squeeze of fresh lime juice to really kick up the flavor! Yum!
A refreshing smoothie from lovingitvegan.com. When I think of summer, I always think of watermelon. Sweet and cold, it is the most refreshing fruit to eat on a hot day.