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Cheese Smoothies – Savoury or Sweet, Hit or Miss?

Apparently McDonald’s in Japan decided cheese smoothies are definitely a hit, not a miss. They’ve added cheese smoothies to the menu for autumn. When you take the name at face value it does sound rather odd. I’m imagining chunks of tasty cheese in a blender…. A vote for savoury smoothies I’m really getting into savoury smoothies though. More and more

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Coconut Oil Smoothies + 3 for 2 offer

Coconut oil can be added to all your smoothies, sweet and savoury both. Why you say? Why would you drink coconut oil smoothies? The simple answer is that coconut oil is a superfood. Some of its benefits: Supports a healthy heart and strong bones Supports your gut and its balance High in lauric acid for immune support Smooth flavour and

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World’s Largest Smoothie: Dutchies break world record

Largest Smoothie in the World On Sunday, July the 2nd, the record for the Guinness Record of World’s Largest Smoothie was taken from Cabot Creamery (USA). It’s now in the hands of an enthusiastic group of Dutch volunteers that organise the yearly market in Nibbixwoud, the Netherlands. Their smoothie was an amazing 4030 liters! How many strawberries does it take for the

8 Tips for Making Free Smoothies | SmoothieSailor.com.au

8 Tips for making Free Smoothies

Free smoothies you say? As you may have read in my About page, I used to be Dutch. I’m still Dutch I suppose, but i’m really, really Australianised now. I’ve lost my cute, awkward accent, I’ve ditched my wooden shoes for cowgirl boots (as I live in the bush, it seemed only suitable), my skin is no longer translucent and

How to Make Smoothies Like a Pro - Free tips from 5 smoothie experts | SmoothieSailor.com.au

How to Make Smoothies Like a Pro – Free Smoothie Tips from 5 Experts

Five of my favourite foodie bloggers and nutrition experts share their smoothie tips with you on how to make awesome smoothies, their favourite blenders, and their go-to smoothie recipes (although most found it hard to choose just one!). Who’s sharing smoothie tips? Today I’m featuring: Teresa Cutter aka The Healthy Chef Georgia Harding from Well Nourished. Amy Darcy from Eat Pray

5 smoothie ingredients to get rid of the colds naturally

Ugh. We’re all sick. Some bug’s hitched a ride home from school and now we’re all under the weather. My little girl’s the worst; she’s got a raging fever, she’s vomiting, and there’s: “funny sounds in my ears mummy and my eyes hurt”. I’m not so bad, just an itchy nose which makes me sneeze all the time, a runny

Pea Brown Rice Veggie Smoothie

Pea+Brown Rice Veggie Smoothie Recipe – Isowhey Protein Powder

I bought a bag of Isowhey Pea+Brown Rice Protein a while back. This is an organic protein (well, 97.6% of it anyway); gluten, dairy and soy free, made from sprouted bio-fermented golden pea and brown rice, as well as a range of other sprouted grains, seeds and legumes including millet, buckwheat, amaranth, quinoa and flax seed. That all sounds really

Nutty Vanilla Smoothie Recipe

Nutty Vanilla Smoothie Recipe – Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Wheatgerm

Ready for a super nutrient-dense snack, or breakfast that will keep you going for hours? Grab a Nutty Vanilla Smoothie! Over 19 grams of protein in a 300g serving; a great smoothie for pre- and post- workouts. Fairly high in calories at 495 Cal per 300g serving, but these aren’t empty calories – every single ingredients provides healthy nutrition and

Amazonia Raw slim & tone review

Review of Amazonia Raw Slim and Tone Protein – Cacao Macadamia

Ok, there’s the good, the bad, and then there’s the plain ugly. I’ve been researching protein powders for a long time now and Amazonia’s Raw really got my attention, mainly because it’s organic, looks beautiful, doesn’t contain animal products, contains awesome nutrition, and I love Amazonia’s Raw Prebiotic Women’s Multi. I ordered the 500g container from HealthPost.com.au; it was not