It’s easy drinking green.

Have you eaten something green yet today? We worry when we hear about people who don’t eat greens. It’s scary how many people don’t regularly eat vegetables. Here’s an idea: put some green in your smoothie! A handful of raw spinach, parsley, or a couple torn-up kale leaves make a great addition to a smoothie. Powdered sea vegetables like spirulina and chlorella are also available (or combinations of sea vegetables). It’s an easy way to slip some green-goodness in your diet if you don’t like to cook and eat a lot of greens. (You can even trick people this way: depending on what else you add to your smoothie, typically you can’t taste it!)

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4 thoughts on “It’s easy drinking green.

  1. Have you eaten something meaty today? I worry when I hear about people who don’t eat meat. It’s scary how many people don’t regularly eat meat. Here’s an idea: put some meat in your salad.

    I think you see where I’m going with this. The key is balance and moderation. Nobody said you have to choose an all meat or an all veggie diet. Choosing one is just as dangerous as choosing the other.

    Get off your high horse, unless you’re willing to chop it up and eat it.

    • Hi there, Dan!

      Moderation is absolutely key for a well balanced diet. However, this post is just about vegetables, and how the average person would do well to eat more of them, regardless of whether they eat meat or not. Our suggestion is just to include them in your diet somewhere, and to try them in smoothies if you don’t like the taste of them on their own. Hope that clears it up for you. Thanks for stopping by our blog and have a great day – hopefully one with something green in it somewhere!

      P.S. We WISH we had a horse! That would be sweet! We’d name him Spencer Sparkles.

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