The Green Aisle's Healthy Smoothies & Slushies
More Than Seventy-Five Healthy Recipes to Help You Lose Weight and Get Fit
Chocolate cheesecake, mango tango, and peanut butter cinnamon toast . . . Broccoli boost, zucchini nut bread, and sweet and spicy apple . . .
These are just a few of the energizing and nutritious drink recipes you can find in Michelle Savage’s The Green Aisle’s Healthy Smoothies and Slushies.
The drinks Savage has concocted are sure to help you lose weight and maintain a healthy lifestyle, no matter your individual or personalized dietevery single drink featured is all natural, dairy-free, soy-free, sugar-free, and gluten-free.
As Savage explains throughout the book, practicing a raw lifestyle is simply the best way to give your body the enzymes, vitamins, minerals, natural probiotics, and nutrition it needs to thrive in this toxic environment. To help readers better understand why this approach to dieting is beneficial,
Savage also includes information on the following topics:
And much more!
This book is full of beverages that are tasty, healthy, and easy to makeall you need is a blender. All featured ingredients are easily found in grocery stores, at farmers’ markets, or in specialty food storesand some are even available on Savage’s blog and website, BrowseTheGreenAisle.com.
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