Lemonade Recipe Collection
By presenting luscious conventional lemonade recipes, it's my hope
that conventional eaters will eventually visit Health & Beyond
Online and start to make some changes to their diets and life styles.
to Make Healthy Smoothies
I don't know about you, but next to sipping on lemonade in heaven,
having a healthy and tasty smoothie down here on earth might be the
next best thing. Well, maybe that's a stretch, but, hey, everyone
likes a good smoothie and in this pictorial Dr. Kim will teach you
how to make a healthy, beautiful smoothie.
to Make a Chocolate Vanilla Smoothie
Once you go through the steps in this detailed "how to"
by Dr. Ben Kim, with just a few simple tweaks on the fly, you'll know
how to make an endless variety of yummy, nutrient-dense, and dairy-free
smoothies and soft ice creams, all with a blender and a few inexpensive
Chocolate Smoothie Recipe
organic chocolate is one of nature's most flavonoid-rich foods. Here's
a delicious recipe that packs a punch for heart health.
Ben Kim's Green Smoothie
A refreshing and healthy smoothie made from fruits, vegetables, and
a dash or two of Dr. Ben Kim's Greens.
In yet another one of our free smoothie recipes, you'll find a tasty
vanilla melon/lemonade treat.
Almond Fruit Smoothie
A healthy smoothie recipe with almonds and assorted fruits. Named
after John of Johnson City.
A yogurt smoothie for your brain. Nine out of ten graduate students
recommend this for a fun breakfast shake.
that's not all...
five fruit smoothie recipes are only the beginning.
you have a passion for making smoothies? Does your spouse
yell at you for dirtying the kitchen with fruit and vegetable
scraps, clogging the sink with pulp, and leaving the blender
on the kitchen counter? Are you like Will Smith in the movie
Enemey of the State, who "blends" to relax after
a hard day of work?
you answered yes to any of the above questions, then my recipe
book Josh Day's Fabulous Smoothies
is for you!
here for more information.
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