After battling and surviving a rare and aggressive form of breast cancer, Sally Obermeder decided to take back control of her health. By making one simple change - switching to the green smoothie lifestyle - she lost more than 15 kilograms. Her skin glowed, her energy levels soared and she felt light, lean, strong, healthy and happy. Best of all, it was easy.
Sally and her sister Maha have created 60 healthy and delicious green smoothie recipes that are easy to make and packed full of benefits. Each one is a taste sensation - think leafy greens, fresh vegies and fruits as well as added superfoods that leave you feeling energetic, lean and strong as well as stop those cravings for sugar and unhealthy fatty foods and snacks.
Kick-start your way to weight-loss, energy and all-round good health with Super Green Smoothies, and look and feel great, starting now. Here are two recipes to help you on your way. Let the transition begin!
DETOXIFYING HAIR SKIN NAILS ANTIOXIDANT-RICH DIGESTION ENERGY BOOSTER
UNDER 1256 kJ/300 Cal PER SERVE
90 g (3¼ oz/2 cups) baby spinach
1 frozen banana
185 g (6½ oz/1 cup) chopped mango
250 ml (9 fl oz/1 cup) vanilla almond milk or soy milk
Place all the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.
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