Do you always eat breakfast?
I have a terrible habit for skipping breakfast. I always find time for a couple of cups of strong coffee though (not the healthiest of breakfasts) but really I do have the time to quickly put something together. I think its also partly because I don’t find breakfast that inspiring, and I like the idea of trying something different to start each day.
I was reading an article, on the SF Gate site, you can read it in full HERE.
Fruits smoothies can be an easy way to nourish your body with essential nutrients. The best way to know the exact ingredients in your smoothie is to make them yourself. All you need is a blender, fruit and a base, such as water, milk or yogurt. Making your own smoothies can help prevent fruit from going to waste, while providing benefits that will keep you on the right track towards good health.
Smoothies to me sound like they offer me the variety that I am looking for. I buy lots of fruit each week, but it does sometimes go to waste before its eaten, and I like the idea of knowing exactly what goes into my smoothie as well. So, as part of my work with Argos this year and my quest to be fit and healthy I have been trying out one of the Kenwood kMix Blenders, it also blends soup too, so that’s potentially another healthy option diet wise. I’ll will keep you posted with my progress, and share a couple of my favourite recipes, so watch this space.
If you want to read my first post in this series, you can do so HERE – ‘My New Years Resolution’ brought to you in Collaboration with Argos.