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175 Superfood Blender Recipes
Superfood recipes created just for the NutriBullet®. Appliances of convenience are selling in huge numbers. Between 2012 and 2015, Nutribullet® sold more than 14 million units. The NutriBullet® packs a punch, with its compact size and exceptional nutrient extraction power. It’s the perfect appliance for anyone looking to include extraordinary nutrition in a lifestyle.
Smoothies are one of the easiest ways to pack a lot of nutrition into a relatively small serving size. This ingenious book combines the principles of healthy eating and nutrition with 175 delicious and easy-to-prepare recipes for smoothies, dressings, dips, soups, sauces and desserts. The first part of the book provides comprehensive information on how a smoothie can be part of a healthy diet as well as the healing properties of superfoods. The benefits include everything from radiant skin and gastrointestinal health, to weight management and pregnancy health.
All the recipes are made from wholesome foods and are an effective way to increase the overall nutritional density in a diet, and bridge the gap between the nutrients needed and the nutrients missing. Each recipe can be tailored to suit various needs and tastes, making them an easy and convenient way to get healthy.
Some of the recipes for an energizing start are a Blueberry and Coconut Protein Smoothie, and a Hydrating Spinach, Berry and Orange Smoothie. Chilled Peppery Avocado and Arugula Soup along with African-Inspired Lentil Dip are perfect after an intense workout or for entertaining.
Marilyn Haugen is the bestselling author of 150 Best Spiralizer Recipes and 150 Best Recipes for Cooking in Foil.
Doug Cook, RD, MHSc, is a registered dietitian and nutritional consultant with nearly two decades of experience. Doug holds that a diet based on nutrient-dense, whole foods can play a huge role in maintaining and restoring health.
This book talks about the different types of superfood’s to eat to stay healthy. The back it has a section called “General Health Benefits of Superfoods and another section called Managing Health Conditions with Superfoods” both sections are awesome. They tell you a fruit or vegetable and what it is good for. For instance Asthma it says that Avocados, blueberries, cranberries, mango’s, peaches, arugula, beets, bok choy, carrots, kale, pumpkin, spinach, tomatoes, and watercress are all good to help with this health issue.
Some recipes are surprisingly unconventional, but for now, my kids are really enjoying the basic fruit recipes, like the sparkling pineapple mango refresher. My husband is enjoying the dip, dressing, and salsa recipes, and they help add a healthy and flavorful element to our meals. Chapters include blending basics, breakfast smoothies, anytime smoothies, dressings/dips/spreads, soups & sauces, kid-friendly recipes, and desserts.
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