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    Green Smoothies

    Help You Get Your Veggies


    green smoothie

    Green smoothies, ounce for ounce, are some of the most nutrient-dense meals on the planet. A green smoothie is loaded with antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and enzymes that come in a whole-food form. The concentrated nutrients in green smoothies will improve your health and build up your body’s defenses against disease.

    When fruits and vegetables get blended, the plant fibers are broken down just like you do when you chew them; the blender literally does most of the “chewing” for you. And chewing food more thoroughly means that you’ll absorb more of the nutrients.
    Healthy green smoothies retain the fiber from the fruits and the vegetables you use. The fiber works to improve digestion and helps your body naturally rid itself of toxins. Fiber also helps you feel satisfyingly full, and stay that way longer.

    Overcoming Obstacles to Making a Green Smoothie. There are several things that can make creating green smoothies more difficult. For starters, leafy green vegetables that make green smoothies so healthy are harder to break down. If you like a smoother consistency, you might want a heavy duty blender like the VitaMix or Blendtec.

    You will also need a good supply of fresh, organic greens to use as ingredients. Conventionally- grown leafy greens have one of the highest concentrations of pesticides of any vegetable, so you’ll be consuming more toxins along with the nutrients unless you use organic produce.

    Finally, let’s not forget the fact that many people don’t enjoy the taste of dark-green, leafy vegetables, at least not enough to eat them on a daily basis!

    Purelife Green Superfoods – for Easy Green Smoothies. The busy and smart person’s way to make a health green smoothie is to substitute  green superfood powder for fresh greens. These are essentially concentrated reductions of the most nutrient-dense green foods known. They include field grasses like wheat or barley grass, organically-grown under the best conditions, or algae-based green foods such spirulina or chlorella.


    Purelife Super Green Food (16-oz)


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    for Your Green Smoothies

    Most smoothie recipes call for some liquid to allow the solid ingredients to move around inside the blender and give your smoothie the right thickness. This base liquid can be plain water, milk, yogurt, soy milk, nut milks, or fruit juice. If you want your smoothie to provide optimum health benefits, you’ll want to pick the right one.

    Chilling Your Green Smoothies

    There are two ways of chilling your healthy smoothie recipes: using frozen fruit — or adding ice cubes.

    • Ice Cubes — a good way of thinning down a smoothie that’s too thick and chilling it at the same time.

    • Frozen Fruit — has the advantage of not diluting the taste, and also giving your smoothie a creamier texture. It’s very easy and convenient to create a stash of frozen cut-up fruit, so you always have some on hand.

    Green Smoothie Recipes

    green smoothie

    Green smoothies offer a great opportunity to experiment and try different combinations that will please your palate. Use the recipes below as an inspiration to concoct your own favorite, or try whatever you’ve got in the refrigerator at the moment.


    Many smoothie recipes call for the use of milk or yogurt. I personally don’t recommend the use of dairy products, but I will leave this up to you. I suggest using water or a nut milk instead, and that’s what you’ll find in the recipes below. Substitute regular milk or yogurt if you prefer.



    1-2 Bananas (very ripe)
    1 Table Spoon of  grounded flax seed
    3 Organic Kale Leave (without stems)
    1 Table Spoon of  purelife super green food
    2-3 Cups of Ice
    2-3 Mint Leaves (optional)

    3 Tble spoon yogurt


    Blend till smooth and creamy. You should not be able to see any small parts of the kale. Fresh & organic mixed greens will work as well.





    2 Large Lemons,
    1 Med- Large piece of Ginger Root,
    1 Granny Apple,
    Purified Water
    4-5 Hand Fulls of Spinach Leaves or 2 tbs. supergreen food

    a pinch of stevia(sweetner)


    Peel the lemons, remove the seeds. Squeeze every bit of juice into the blender, next add the water and ice, peel the Ginger root, chop it up in fine squares, Slice the Apple (keep peel on), Add the Spinach. Add more water, sprinkle on top Kal Brand Stevia (it is really the best) and blend.




    1 medium beet, peeled and cut into wedges
    1 cup pineapple chucks
    1 cup water
    1 tablespoon fresh grated ginger
    Juice of half a lemon


    Juice the beets in a juicer. Strain the beet juice and pour into a blender container. Add the pineapple chunks, water, ginger, and lemon juice to the blender and blend until liquefied. Pour the juice through a large strainer, if desired.


    Mango fruit is a great source of beta carotene and vitamin C.

    It is also chuck full of other nutrients.

    Mangoes contain an enzyme with stomach soothing properties similar to papain found in papayas.

    Adding spinach to the smoothie makes a real nutrition powerhouse.


    2 hands full spinach

    1 table spoon supergreen food

    1  well ripe banana (frozen)

    1 tbs.coconut oil.

    1 cup pure water

    Blend all ingredients in blender until smooth. Enjoy !!!



    Jamaican callaloo smoothie(power punch)

    2 tbl. sp. Callaloo powder or two hands full fresh callaloo (cut up)

    1 very ripe banana (frozen)

    1 cup purified water

    1 cup yogurt

    1 tbl. sp honey or a little stevia (optional)as sweetner.

    1/2 cup ice

    Blend all ingredients together until smooth. Enjoy !!!

    Tropical Green Smoothie

    1 cup of frozen pineapple
    1 cup of papaya or 1 banana
    1 cup of coconut water
    1 tablespoon of coconut oil
    2 cups of kale or spinach or 2 scoops Purelife super green food powder

    Blend well.

    Spinach Berry Banana Green Smoothie

    1 cup of mixed berries
    1 banana
    2 handfuls of spinach
    1 handful of parsley
    1 tsp spirulina



    Spinach Apple Carrot Orange Smoothie
    2 apples
    1 carrot
    2 oranges, peeled
    1/2 lemon
    cinnamon to taste
    1 banana
    handful or two of spinach



    Pineapple Pear Banana Parsley
    Green Smoothie

    2 ripe pears
    1/3 of a fresh pineapple
    1/2 frozen banana
    1/3 of a large bunch of parsley
    1/2-inch slice of fresh ginger
    1 cup of filtered water
    1 cup of ice cubes (optional)

    Banana Cantaloupe Green Smoothie

    1 cup sliced cantaloupe or water melon
    1 frozen, ripe banana (sliced)
    1 cup nut milk
    greens or green superfood powder



    Banana Mango Orange
    Green Smoothie

    1 large mango, cut in chunks
    1 frozen, ripe banana (sliced)
    1/2 cup yogurt
    1 cup orange juice
    greens or green superfood powder



    Banana Coconut Milk
    Green Smoothie

    2 frozen, ripe bananas (sliced)
    1-1/2 cup coconut milk
    greens or green superfood powder



    Breakfast Green Smoothie
    1/4 cup uncooked, rolled oats
    1 cup nut milk
    1/4 cup yogurt
    1/4 cup frozen berries
    1 frozen, ripe banana (sliced)
    greens or green superfood powder



    a)how to get an alkaline body-secret to your best health

    b)My story on how I got from ill to great health on green foods

    c) How to get maximum vegetables and fruits in the diet to keep off diseases

    d)Alkaline food chart

    e)Best Blenders and Items to make a great smoothie 

    Purelife Super Green Food (16-oz)





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