Adding Fats to Your Smoothie

Are you adding fats to your smoothie? – You must be NUTS!

Believe it or not, adding natural fat from nuts to your favorite smoothie recipe can increase its benefits. Plus, you get to remove synthetic protein powders.

Eating clean, exercising more, and learning a new stress management technique are common New Year’s resolutions. NBC news lists “Get Healthy” as the top New Year’s resolution for 2017. With 62,776,640 online searches, a 13.77 percent increase over last year during the same period.

If you’re one of these Americans trying to transform yourself into a health nut (no pun intended), consuming more green smoothies must be on the agenda. Incredible Smoothies recommends adding fat to your favorite smoothie recipe, like nuts and seeds. They say it “can make the smoothie more satisfying and keep you energized until lunchtime.”

Market For Dried Fruit, adding fats to your smoothie

There Are Many Nuts You Can Choose From

Which nuts do they recommend? They say, “Raw almonds, cashews, or macadamia nuts are great options if you have a high-speed blender that can powder them before mixing your smoothie”. In addition, they say that avocados help you to create a thick creamy texture for a smoothie. Adding fats to your smoothie with a teaspoon of olive oil gives you a healthy dose of lipids. Adding seeds of the chia and flax variety will provide you with a healthy dose of Omega 3 fatty acids.

Now that you’re equipped with great tips on creating a balanced concoction, I guess you are wondering when is the best time to consume a smoothie. In addition, Incredible Smoothies recommends a green smoothie as a meal replacement for breakfast and/or lunch, but not dinner.

For breakfast, they say a green smoothie furnishes you with tons of energy that may even be enough to replace your caffeine addiction. Lunch provides a healthy alternative to fast food temptation. They warn that replacing your dinner with a green smoothie may cause gas and bloat. This healthy eating can be socially isolating as many enjoy large evening meals with friends and loved ones.

Recipes That Encourage Adding Fats To Your Smoothie

Try their Winter Carrot Apple Ginger Green Smoothie Recipe and add some delicious sweetness and protein to it by blending in cashews. For this reason, you can shop for cashews in bulk on Wholesale Nuts and Dried Fruit at this link. If weight loss is your primary goal, try their Apple Coconut Weight Loss Booster smoothie recipe. You can also get the coconut flakes you need to make this recipe here on Wholesale Nuts And Dried Fruit.

After you’re powered up with an all-natural green smoothie energy for a few weeks, drop us a comment. Let us know how it worked out. Even better, tell us some interesting tips you garnered from getting creative with your recipes on your own. Finally, happy Belated New Year.

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