Ditch sugary, calorie-laden fast-food smoothies and make your own healthy concoctions at home with these easy tips. Bursting with fresh nutrients, portable and easy to drink, smoothies can be a healthy on-the-go breakfast or snack. But a lot of fast-food and restaurant smoothies are way too high in calories and sugar to be good for you. Follow these tips to make the healthiest smoothie at home using your next order of SP2.
1 cube SP2 Life 8 oz. fresh almond milk (or nut milk of choice) ½ a frozen banana 4 dates 1 tbsp. cacao powder 1 tsp. ground flax seed ¼ tsp. ground cinnamon 3-4 ice cubes
It’s cliche, sure, but there’s a reason that every year, the topic of ‘how do I stay healthy/active during the holiday?’ comes up. We all struggle with this — even the most elite athlete can be lured in by mom’s cinnamon rolls and dad’s classic eggnog.
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