[Recipe] Skinny Kiwi Pineapple Smoothie

 

Are you ready to hit the road running with a new healthy eating plan? We have just the smoothie to get you off to a good start. It’s only 175 calories and comes from Brooke Griffin at SkinnyMom.

It’s never too soon to start a healthy eating plan. Don’t be like me always thinking I’ll start next week. Like tomorrow, next week never comes.

So don’t keep putting it off, or the holiday pounds will continue to creep on. Then one day you’ll step on the scales and get a shock! And you’ll be wondering where it all came from!

I’m always disgusted that bad habits take minutes to become ingrained, while it’s such a fight to firmly establish good habits. It’s just not fair, lol!

The good news is to remember you can digress a little (occasionally) without setting yourself back too much. Then hop back on and keep going.

Speaking of her delicious smoothie recipe, Brooke says …

[My son] loves drinking smoothies – he calls them milkshakes – so this works great as I can take them on the go with us when we are in a hurry. I love the tropical flavors in this recipe – the [fruits] pair perfectly and provide the perfect amount of sweetness.

 

So, if you’d like to try this Skinny Kiwi Pineapple Smoothie, and get your new regime off to a good start, please turn to the Next Page (click button below) for the recipe …

 

 

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137 Comments

  1. Drink Me Healthy Smoothies & Juicing said:

    Hi Patricia Pagan, its all detailed in the recipe on DrinkMeHealthy – it says “6 oz non-fat Greek vanilla Yogurt”. Just click through on the image or title of this post. You’ll find the recipe on the 2nd page of the article.
    Hope this helps?

  2. Justin Aronica said:

    With the Sugar being by far the highest thing on the Nutrition Facts it is something I would not recommend to clients of mine. I’m sure it’s delicious though! …Would find a way to bulk up the Fat and Fiber…

  3. Drink Me Healthy Smoothies & Juicing said:

    Hi Julie Guzman, it depends – there are many recipes we describe as “meal-replacement” (just search on DrinkMeHealthy.com) which are filling and help remove the temptation for snacking. But it also depends on the serving size you drink. You can vary this to suit yourself… Also, there are many other recipes which are lighter…

  4. Drink Me Healthy Smoothies & Juicing said:

    Hi Natasha, always best to check with your medical or nutritional professional for individual cases. However you’ll find a nutritional break-down below this recipe.

    Also, you might like to have a look at these smoothie recipes on DrinkMeHealthy.com which mention being good for diabetics. Here’s a list of over 70 diabetes-related articles, many of which include multiple recipes: http://www.drinkmehealthy.com/?s=diabet

  5. Drink Me Healthy Smoothies & Juicing said:

    Hi Nell, note, for most folks, the better questions to ask are “is the sugar natural, unprocessed”? and “what other ingredients are in the recipe?”

    This is because, again, for most folks (but check with your doctor) its the rate of absorption of sugars by your body that is much more important than the absolute quantity of sugar in a recipe. And that depends on the other ingredients consumed along with the sugar. (That’s why, for example, bananas are classed as “low-glycemic” – GI=51 – even although they can have a relatively high sugar content…)

  6. Paulita Munoz said:

    I came up with diabetics , dont know what to eat or drink , l dont want to go on medications just to do it on my self , lm (87) taking to manny medications So lcan use anny good help.Thankyou , a friend in need .manny blessings .

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