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The Green Smoothie Bible: 300 Delicious Recipes [Kindle Edition]

Kristine Miles
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Book Description

SUPERFOODS IN EVERY SIP
You know a daily diet rich in fruits and vegetables can maximize your health and well-being. But did you know that drinking a smoothie every day made from fruits and vegetables can dramatically increase the amount of life-saving nutrients your body takes in?
• Lose Weight
• Detoxify the Body
• Increase Energy
• Fight Heart Disease
• Prevent Diabetes, Depression and Certain Cancers
• Boost the Immune System
• Improve Skin and Hair

More than 300 inviting recipes in The Green Smoothie Bible show how to combine leafy green vegetables and delicious, antioxidant-rich fruits into the most nutritious drinks imaginable—leaving you healthy and feeling amazing inside and out.


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About the Author

Kristine Miles is a health professional with over 15 years' experience. She is passionate about life-long learning, plant based nutrition and living a low toxic lifestyle. Her mission is 'to promote health and wellbeing, through empowering others to lead lives free of chemicals and full of real, delicious food'. Kristine works full time as a physiotherapist in private practice, is a part time cooking demonstrator, and blogger. She is happily married and lives on Phillip Island, Victoria, Australia.

Product Details

  • File Size: 298 KB
  • Print Length: 242 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 156975974X
  • Publisher: Ulysses Press (November 8, 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0071LTVQU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #103,002 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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376 of 401 people found the following review helpful
By Alan
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
This was a disappointment compared to Boutenko's "Green Smoothie Revolution." I was looking for GREEN Smoothie recipes. What this book contains, largely, are FRUIT smoothie recipes that the author tells us to add some greens to. For virtually all of her "green" recipes, she does not tell us which specific greens go nicely with the rest of the fruit ingredients of the given recipe. And she gives no quantities. So if you are looking for 300! distinct GREEN smoothie recipes, you'll need to go elsewhere.
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101 of 110 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Chock full of recipes and resources February 16, 2012
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I was only interested in the recipes and had to flip through the first half of the book to get to them, but for beginners, that first half offers a lot of information about raw-food eating.

As other readers have mentioned, the recipes are very well organized. You can go according to season, but there are sections for kid-friendly smoothies, dessert smoothies, savory ones and many others; for weight loss, mood, longevity, cellular health, bones and joints etc.

Kristine's Australian raw food friends offer guest recipes, however these require a long list of ingredients and a lot of specific products available through their websites. I haven't bothered with these because the four or five ingredient recipes of Kristine's are more than sufficient.

The back of the book features several informative websites for yet more information and recipes, so you get a lot of value.

The only disappointment is that there is no appendix. I wish ingredients were cross-referenced for easy reference. I'd like to find recipes with what I have on hand or feel like eating, rather than skimming the whole book every time.

Otherwise, in every way, this is a great book.
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87 of 95 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Little Something for Everyone February 14, 2012
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This is the tenth green smoothie book I've bought. It's GOT to be my last!

The book opens with with an excellent, easy-to-understand tutorial on everything you need to know about incorporating green smoothies into your diet. This section is not overly long-winded, as in similar books. As might be expected, there is a hard sell towards consuming a high-raw-foods diet. The author discloses her favorite appliance for green smoothies, and it's not one of the two big names in high-speed blenders! She also discusses her favorite brand of superfood, and why.

What I like most about this book is that the author categorizes recipes according to specific benefits. For example, she has some blends meant for enhancing bone health, high-fiber, cardiovascular health, high-antioxidant, low glycemic load, etc. A short introduction to each section explains the author's understanding of said condition which gives rise to how and why the recipes were developed as such. Yes, other authors offer a smoothie for better skin, but it may just be lumped in with other sorts of recipes. There are other types of categories, too, like savory smoothies and dessert smoothies.

Each recipe is meant to render about 1 liter of green smoothie, or two servings. The recipes are way too fruit-heavy for my personal liking. I wouln't eat that much fruit out of hand. If you're like me and would like to use less fruit, I recommend The Healthy Green Drink Diet: Advice and Recipes to Energize, Alkalize, Lose Weight, and Feel Great I acknowledge that if you're new to green smoothies or want to teach your kids to freak out (and maybe enlighten) their friends, than these recipes would be just the thing!
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35 of 40 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Love this book!!! March 24, 2012
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I bought this book, because a friend had been drinking green smoothies for about a month and loved how she was feeling. This is one of two books on green smoothies that I bought. I wanted a lot recipes and I love getting different perspectives from different authors. What I love about the book is that she gives you information on different herbs, how to grow sprouts and how to make different nut milks.

What I loved best is how I feel. I sleep like a rock. I'm having a lot less stomach issues...IBS. My energy level is way up. Because I have more energy I'm more likely to go to the gym after work.

Most people like to have their smoothie for breakfast. I make a big batch enough for a two to three days. I pour them in two to three large water bottles. This is so all I have to do is grab my smoothie on my way out the door and drink it either on my way to work or at work. Check the thickness of your smoothie before you leave your house is you plan to drink your smoothie on your way to work. Green smoothes tend to thicken up especially if you use apples. Just add some water until you reach the thickness of you choice. I still love my cup of coffee in the morning. When you first start making your smoothies keep it simple and use the fruits and greens you like. As you start to feel confident they you will start adding different greens. Buy a good blender, but don't feel obligated to spend a ton of money on a blender. I have a small group of friends that are blending. I bought a KitchenAid blenderKitchenAid KSB565SM 5-Speed Blender with 48-Ounce Glass Jar, Silver Metallic that cost me $99. My main reason was because of the size and reviews of this blender.
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More About the Author

Kristine Miles is a health professional with over 15 years' experience. She is passionate about life-long learning, plant based nutrition and living a low toxic lifestyle. Her mission is 'to promote health and wellbeing, through empowering others to lead lives free of chemicals and full of real, delicious food'. Kristine works full time as a physiotherapist in private practice, is a part time cooking demonstrator, and blogger on www.kristinemiles.com and www.greensmoothiecommunity.com. She is happily married and lives on Phillip Island, Victoria, Australia. You can find Kristine on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/KristineMilesAuthor



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