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The creators of the #1 smoothie website help readers build a better beverage with these recipes for low-calorie, high–nutrient smoothies.
Smoothies are not only delicious, convenient, and fun to drink,but they’re also a great way to get your daily requirements of fruits and vegetables. However, not all are created equal when it comes to healthsome smoothies from a popular chain weigh in at 500, 800, even 1,000 calories! Shell Harris and Elizabeth Johnson have tasted and tested hundreds.
Skinny Smoothies features 101 original recipes for lighter drinks–low in fat and calories and high in nutritional value–ideal for anyone who wants to lose weight without feeling deprived. The book includes nutritional information and tips on foods and supplements to rid the body of harmful toxins. Try a Glowing Skin Smoothie or an Apricot Energy Punch, and get started on a delicious path to a healthier life.
Here are a few sample recipes from the book:
Review by Infodad.com:
“The meat (so to speak) of this book, though, is not the popular-health-science approach but the smoothie recipes themselves. They are decked out in all sorts of prescriptive clothing: best for different budgets, best for detoxing, best to get the day started, best for workouts (before and after), and so forth. But the reality is that this is a book for people who simply love smoothies.” Read more…
Positive review for our book 101 Skinny Smoothies by OregonLive.com:
“Smoothies are anything but new — remember the powdered instant-breakfast mix from the 1970s? — but they’ve taken off in recent years as more people discover how easy the drinks make it to get more fruits and vegetables into their diet. The trend has even inspired a terrific new book, “Skinny Smoothies: 101 Delicious Drinks That Help You Detox and Lose Weight” by Shell Harris and Elizabeth Johnson. While the book’s recipes aren’t exclusively vegan (a few call for yogurt or honey), the majority of them are plant-based.” Read more…
Hudson Valley News
“A book to add to your kitchen shelf of ‘foodie’ books…All you need is a blender and an appetite.”
Midwest Book Review
Portland Book Review
“Plenty of variety and easy-to-follow recipes.”