It has been a few weeks since my last blog. A few weeks too long!!! I thought you would appreciate knowing some nutritional information about the ingredients that you have used and will be using in your smoothies. Remember…..Health is Wealth!!
Apple Juice (Freshly Pressed): Good source of vitamins A and C, as well as fiber. Most of the vitamin A is in the apple peel which is extracted during juicing. Your digestive system will thank you.
Avocado: Although this fine creation tastes like a veggie because it isn’t naturally sweet, it is actually a fruit! Loaded with Oleic Acid, which is a monounsaturated fatty acid that contributes in lowering cholesterol levels.
Banana: Good source of potassium, vitamin B6, and managanese. The B in banana helps to create a stable mood and healthy blood.
Blueberries: Rich in vitamin C and E, which are powerful immune boosters.
Celery Juice: Excellent source of potassium, folic acid, vitamins B1, B2, B6, and vitamin K. Celery is also known to contain several families of anti-cancer compounds.
Cranberry Juice: Great source of antioxidants. Also known to keep the urinary tract happy.
Collard Greens: Rich in calcium as well as Vitamin A, Vitamin K, and folate. Excellent source of fiber.
Coconut Oil: Known to enhance energy level as well as help with the absorption of vitamins and minerals.
Dandelion Greens: Rich source of beta-carotene and fiber, as well as a good source of protein.
Gingerroot: Good source of vitamin B6 and copper. Known for working wonders in the treatment of everything from cancer to morning sickness.
Grapes: Excellent source of Vitamin C and reservatol, which is known to have anti-cancerous properties.
Kale: Excellent source of vitamin K and calcium. Powerful anti-cancerous properties.
Lemon/Lime Juice: Rich in vitamin C as well as enhances nutritional content in other fruits and vegetables.
Mangoes: Useful source of beta-carotene and vitamin C. Known for its ability to help constipation.
Matcha Green Tea Powder: Supercharged with antioxidants as well as B-complex. Known for its weight loss capabilities.
Papaya: Contains a useful amount of vitamin C, folic acid, and potassium. Has been known to help keep the digestive system on track.
Pineapple: Good source of managanese, vitamin B1, and bromelian, which is known for reducing inflammation of the nose and sinuses.
Raspberries: Rich in nutrients that offer several antioxidants. Considered as one of the anti-aging superfruits.
Spinach: Excellent antioxidant power as well as a very good source of protein. Known for its energizing capabilities. Spinach is also known to prevent the absorption of calcium due to the oxalates found in it.
Strawberries: Excellent array of antioxidants. The dietary fiber is known to help digestion and curb overeating.
Watermelon: A good source of antioxidants. Loaded with vitamin C, vitamin B6, and beta-carotene.