How should I make smoothie that I intend to use to shed some fats? Do share your smoothie recipes for weight loss.
Agueda CatalanoNew You
What is the best smoothie recipe for weight loss?
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I think it’s because most smoothies are made with organic raw vegetables and fruit. And when you consume raw vegetables and fruit, you have more fibre in your body- this means that you will most likely excrete more, have less drag and toxins in your body when you consume fresh raw smoothies regularly. And when your body starts “detoxing” from the fresh organic fruit and vegetables, you’ll more likely feel lighter. And when you feel lighter you’ll most likely want to keep up with this positive loop so you make healthier food choices and eat better. Plus, most of us don’t chew enough so blending the fruit and veggies aid our digestion system. Of course, the benefits of raw vegetables and fruit alone may require another essay. But to sum up, when you eat raw foods, your chances of staying/being at your ideal weight are higher given your healthier food choices – by virtue of this you’d probably have cut down some processed junk in your die, the calorie concept may not apply to raw foods – this is debatable but I find this concept quite interesting – Stay Lean and Fit Without Counting Calories?
Basically there are no specific smoothies that are good for fat loss, but there are some that nutritiously healthy probably better to have rather than others as part of a balanced diet.
First off, you should probably avoid the off the shelf smoothies as quite a few have a high sugar content. When trying to shift fat sugar is probably your biggest enemy. So if you do buy one, check the sugar content first. If you’re going to make one think about what ingredients you choose, and remember that fruit has a lot of fructose! This is also a sugar and too much is just as bad as having syrup everyday. I’m not big on smoothies so I’m going refrain on giving a recipe but I would say for a protein rich smoothie look at milk, peanut butter, with a little fruit. For a bit and minerals one you should probably go half and half green vegetables and fruit. There’s plenty online that’s probably better than what I’d recommend recipe wise. But remember if it’s high in sugar it’s going to not help fat loss and probably do the opposite.