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Smoothie Easy Weight Loss Recipe

Posted: Saturday April 4, 2009
By Joan Jones
Eating low calorie foods for maximum nutrition is a must for any weight loss program. This delicious blueberry smoothie will add superfoods to your breakfast with sweet, tangy blueberries which contain anti-inflammatory ingredients, plus Vitamin K and Folate, Vitamin C, Vitamin A, potassium, calcium and magnesium.

This Superfood Smoothie is a meal in a glass and also makes a great snack for increased energy-something that is very important when you are trying to lose weight.

Smoothie Weight Loss Secrets
The more slowly you eat or drink the better when you are trying to lose weight. Savor each mouthful by eating your smoothie with a tablespoon over the course of ten or 15 minutes. Eating slowly is great for your digestive system and this is good practice for eating slowly throughout the rest of the day too.

Rinse out your glass and the blender with lots of warm water right away, and you will not have problems keeping your blender clean.

1 banana
half cup low fat vanilla soy milk or low fat milk
1 c vanilla fat-free yogurt
1 and half tsp flax seed meal
1 and half tsp honey
two thirds cup fresh or frozen blueberries

You can also add a tablespoon of high quality protein powder for added protein to start your day.

Put banana, yogurt, flax seed meal, soy milk and honey into your blender and mix on low until smooth.

Add blueberries and continue blending.

Once the banana and blueberries are fully chopped, increase speed to medium.

Continue blending until you reach the consistency you want.

This blueberry smoothie recipe makes 2 servings of Superfood Smoothie

Rinse your blender and glass and the blender right away with warm water and it makes clean-up much easier.

Nutritional Information per Serving - does not include protein powder if you added this ingredient.
Calories 244 Fat 3g Sodium 94mg Carbohydrates 48.3g Fiber 4.5g Protein 9.4g

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