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Smoothie fans know that there is simply nothing like having a smoothie to kick-start the day or enjoying one in the afternoon as a power snack or mid-day meal. Nothing hits the spot better when your body is craving some quick, homemade nourishment! But let’s face it, no matter how simple smoothies are, at the heart of the blending process, there are still some steps to take that can eat up minutes in the morning. Sure, your fabulous high speed blender might do most of the work, but what about everything else you have to do? You know, going to get all the ingredients, finding them in the fridge, chopping or thawing if necessary. Then there’s scooping out your powders or seeds, grabbing the non-dairy milk and water, adding the ice, blending, washing the dishes, and finally, putting your smoothie into a prepared glass or to-go container (praying you have one clean). And this is all in the midst of rushing out the door in the morning on the way to work. Oh and wait, you forgot to add the greens and that favorite nut butter that makes your smoothies so good!
As you can see, smoothies, as divine and simple as they are and may seem, still require a little more than just tossing everything in and flipping a switch. So, to make things easy on yourself in the mornings, it’s helpful to take part in a trick that many people love and use that certainly isn’t new, but still underutilized despite our love for smoothies.
I read one of your comments on Epsom salt with magnesium sulfate. You stated that it would not be good to use. Why?
It's a chemical! Man-made!