Green Smoothie – Transform Your Kitchen-Ep. #34

Don’t let the color fool you. This Green Smoothie is a delicious after-workout refueling drink!

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6 comments so far - add yours!

  1. Catherine says:

    Wow! I didn’t know that bananas are considered a prebiotic food. I always ate them in moderation because of the sugar content. Should we eat them frequently since they are considered good food for the healthy bacteria in our intestines?

  2. Demetrius says:

    I’m trying to put on an extra five pounds of muscle what are some great foods to eat.

    • Dr. Axe says:

      For gaining weight eat more real food. 4-5 big meals a day plus weight training should do the trick. Include foods like quinoa, sweet potatoes, and brown rice along with loads of vegetables, fruits, beans, nuts & seeds, and organic meats.

  3. Annie says:

    Yum yum! Looks great!

    I made a smoothie this morning with coconut milk, water, banana, pineapple and vanilla hemp protein. It was very good as well.

    Thanks for the video. I’m looking forward to a belated Christmas gift from my hubby, your cookbook!

    God bless you,

  4. Don says:

    Tip #4
    Do NOT juice cabbage, kale, or collard greens. In their raw form, these vegetables will suppress thyroid function.

    From Body Ecology
    tips for juicing

    Just seeing if anyone else has heard this yet?

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