Healthy Green Smoothie Recipes That'll Make You Feel Like That Girl

Breakfast, lunch, dinner — heck, even dessert. There's really no bad time to have a smoothie. Not only are smoothies delicious 

but they're also easy to prep and take on the go, totally customizable, and a great way to sneak in some extra veggies. 

Adding vegetables is a dietitian-recommended way to make your smoothie extra healthy, as it helps to boost your fiber intake, 

, ensure you get vital micronutrients, and get you closer to the United States Department of Agriculture's recommended 2.5 to four servings of veggies per day. 

While you can add any number of veggies to your concoction, we're partial to the green ones. (For the nutrients,  

sure, but also for the color.) Leafy greens are particularly easy to blend and are rich in dietary fiber, folate, vitamin K,  

and protective phytochemicals such as beta-carotene flavonoids, according to research. But you can also think beyond spinach and kale:  

cucumber, broccoli, and even avocado can add more nutrients and texture to your green smoothie. 

This is the greatest juicer in the world, in my opinion. Although it is more expensive, it yields incredibly pure and clear juice, smooth smoothie bowls, and even almond milk. 

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