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Strawberry Recipes, Issue #65 - Strawberry Fruit Smoothie
June 13, 2010
The Ezine For Every Strawberry Lover!
June 13th, 2010
this time of the year is my favorite season: every day I buy fresh strawberries from the market and eat lots of them fresh. With the rest I make a smoothie and on the weekends a delicious cake or other recipe.
Did you know, that these little fruits are not only delicious, but also very healthy: Strawberry Nutrition.
A smoothie a day, keeps the doctor away !
Strawberry Fruit Smoothie
Smoothies are one of my favorites, because they're easy to prepare, taste super-yummy and you can make hundreds of variations.
Peel and cut banana into large chunks.
Place all ingredients in blender or food processor. Blend until smooth. Add sugar to your liking !
Makes 4 servings.
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How To Make Smoothies A Daily Habit
Making smoothies a part of your daily habit is one of the best things you can do to keep yourself in shape. Smoothies are not only delicious and easy to prepare, they can also be very healthy and good for you. It’s one of the best ways to meet our daily recommended allowance of 5 fruits a day. And for people who are not too keen on eating vegetables, smoothies can be a way to get your fill of fiber from the greens without the leafy aftertaste.
It’s no surprise then that a lot of people are starting to pick up this habit. It doesn’t matter how old or young you are, you are never too early or too late to get into smoothie drinking. Don’t worry if you’ve never made a smoothie in your life before now – it’s something even your 4 year-old niece can help you with.
If you are committed to becoming healthier, then making sure you succeed in this habit of drinking healthy smoothies is a goal you need to aim for. Forming a habit takes time. They say that you need to repeat an action for 28 days for it to sink in and truly become a habit for you. So to help you reach that goal, here are some tips on how you can make smoothies part of your daily routine.
* You have to make a commitment and VERBALIZE it. The first step is to want it. You have to be committed to see it through. You have to believe that you can do it and that you can succeed. And just as important as being truly committed is your ability to verbalize that commitment to your family and friends. By sharing what you intend to do with people around you, you are creating a support network for yourself of people who can cheer you on and remind you (in your moments of doubt).
* Set a schedule for your new habit. Are you going to make smoothies your breakfast? Or will it be an afternoon pick-me-upper? Will it be your reward to yourself after gym? Setting aside a certain time each day for your smoothie habit will make it easier for you to turn it into a habit. You are conditioning your mind to expect a glass of cool, creamy smoothie at a fixed time each day.
* Reward yourself. Give yourself a reward for reaching your goal. This will make the habit even more pleasurable and will motivate you further to succeed.
* Enjoy a variety of recipes. For a lot of people, variety is the key to success. Continuously discovering and enjoying new healthy smoothie recipes is important in keeping your interest in the habit. A recipe collection like “Sensational Smoothies: Drink Your Way To Health Deliciously" is great to keep in handy so you always have a new recipe to look forward to. You can find out more about this book here: http://www.sensationalsmoothies.com
* Find a smoothie buddy. Forming a habit with a buddy makes the whole experience much more fun, and much more likely to succeed. Get your partner involved, or your friend. You can then keep tabs on how each other is doing, and even swap recipes from time to time.
If you don’t have your health, you have nothing. Make smoothies your daily habit and help yourself to a healthier you.
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