Raw food Smoothie

We may not ever make that trip to the tropics. But we surely can lounge in a hammock with a cold tropical fruit drink, and enjoy the long summer days.

Spring is the time for greens - cleansing, nutritious, hydrating and alkalizing. In this savory recipe cucumber, cilantro and celery ensure all of the above, in a lovely combo with a satisfying avocado.

Velvety texture of the pudding will melt in your mouth releasing the antioxidant power of one of the most nutritious berries on earth – Goji.

If you are looking for a way to use chia seeds in recipes, then fruit pudding is one of the best. Pre-soaking the seeds will ensure the gelatinous texture necessary to achieve the pudding-type consistency. For extra creaminess, add an avocado. Use any fruit that’s in season – you can’t go wrong with this recipe!

 This recipe is courtesy of the Farm at San Benito. http://www.thefarm.com.ph

The cranberries and kale in this smoothie offer you the best in antioxidant protection as well as a nutritional boost to jump-start your day the quantum way!

You don’t need any special skills to make simple containers for a special holiday breakfastor Halloween party treat – pumpkin pie smoothie. It will taste good in any vessel you choose to serve it in. You might find your family enjoys “liquid” pumpkin pie so much, that it will become your daily fare when you can get a hold of pumpkins this season.

Early fall brings us a wide variety of melons to enjoy. They are delicious all by themselves, but you can also blend them with greens for a green smoothie experience. No need to add extra water: melons’ high water content ensures that we get the best structured water possible for our body to thrive on.

Adding poppy seeds to your smoothie provides additional minerals, fiber and Omega-3s on top of summer berry goodness, the freshness of coconut water, and all the gifts the leafy greens have to offer.

An easy and enjoyable way to consume a few servings of dark leafy greens.

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