So summerís over and I bet none of us achieved the summer body we all said we would have! So I guess itís time to put the hard work in for next year now. The thing that I find the hardest is trying to stick to a healthy eating lifestyle, it never happens for me. So Iíve been trying to find new and creative ways to make my healthy lifestyle a little more fun. A great way I have found is by making smoothies.
This nutritionally packed organic fruit & vegetable smoothie was recommended to us by Joe Rogan & Kevin James. It’s full of natural fibre and vitamins so it makes a great start to your day by firing up your digestive system.
This smoothie takes it’s inspiration from a friend’s recipe which he uses to keep him fueled full of energy for his long days at work and time in the gym!
Everything about merging Tom Ka Gai soup and a Smoothie sounds wrong… … but you really want to – don’t you? Don’t worry there is no boiled galangal in here, we’re just going to borrow some of the other main ingredients to make a hot and sour coconutty concoction!
This smoothie takes its name from the latin name for its most prominent ingredient – ginger! This smoothie is tangy and refreshing yet warming and vitalising!
… Ok so it’s actually a milkshake but hey do you really care? I certainly don’t! This smoo… milk… errrrrrrm… moothie can be made so quickly that you can be out of bed and out of the door with breakfast and still in time for that important board meeting!
Smoothie with healing powers? Smoothie that can influence monarchs? I’m not so sure, but it certainly is a bit fruity!
A smoothie to get you through the anguish, uncertainty and excitement of this period as we enter a hung parliament which will probably lead to a coalition government!
This warm recovery smoothie is the perfect fix for filling the hole left after a tiresome resistance session or early morning triathlon training! The oats and fruit replenish your glycogen stores with medium GI carbohydrates, the Sharon fruits, mango and sweet potato provide a powerful punch of antioxidants to reduce oxidative stress and eliminate free radicals
This smoothie is brilliant first thing and can also be kept to be consumed later, packed full of complex carbs, fibre, protein, some good simple sugars and healthy vits’n'mins!
Includes: Mango, Banana, Oats and Whey