I’m fond of natural juice blends because of their #health benefits. I’m also fond of juicing/blending them myself since it’s the healthier option. I’m used to blending even vegetables so you could say I’m a pretty crazy health-buff. Last Sunday mom requested me to blend a bunch of strawberries with yogurt and milk.
When I used to buy my juice from local juicers, I already had my thoughts of what mom’s recipe would taste like. I knew it would taste good but the thought didn’t really excite me as much as it should.
I mean, I’m quite acquainted when it came to proper food. I hold a degree in Food Science and Technology and I’ve also done my homework on what to eat or drink to make myself healthy from the inside. I knew strawberries have their antioxidants and vitamins but I never really gave them a second thought as much as I did my avocados and broccoli. Also, strawberries are quite expensive here in the Philippines so I’m a bit biased on that part.
Anyway, it wasn’t until I actually blended the whole stuff together that I realized how good a health treat it would be. I even included a few pictures of this wonderful health experiment:
It was a wonderful recipe to make. It tasted the way a natural smoothie should taste: no preservatives, no sugar, no artificial stuff. I enjoyed it to the very last drop. I even ended up trying to lick the insides of my cup!
That’s all for now. I’ll try to write a new article on new types of shakes I come across and hopefully they’ll all taste good. Heck, I’m even planning on reviewing health juices and blends! Cheers!
He likes to tell people how to grow their money and how to naturally lose body fat. He owns Fit and Write, a website catered to his passion to write about health and fitness. His main weapon against weakness is the kettlebell.
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