The fresher the juice and ingredients you use in your smoothie, the better the flavor and nutrition. Use organic ingredients in your smoothie whenever possible, not only to increase nutrition and avoid pesticides, but also for better taste.
Change up the ingredients
You can cook any meal that you used to cook in your regular oven, from pot roast, to whole chicken, pizza and lasagna. Baking bread is easier than ever, cookies come out perfectly. When cooking bigger pieces of meat, make sure it has two inches of clearance for even cooking.
Using dates is a great way to sweeten your smoothie. Remove the pits and soak them overnight or for at least an hour before blending. Try using fruit juice as the base of your smoothie instead of water.
A good fat like coconut, flax, or hemp oil, an avocado, or cream will keep you satiated and full of energy for hours, and put the smooth in smoothie.
Turn up the base.
Don’t skimp on the base of your smoothie. Use high quality water (filtered or spring water), almond, coconut, or raw milk, or fresh juice.
Experiment and try different superfoods to really boost the nutrition of your smoothie. Maca, cacao, goji berries, bee pollen, aloe vera, coconut oil, hemp seeds/protein, spirulina, and acai are great to start with.