Smoothies are a fantastic post-exercise snack or fuel source after a strenuous workout.  

ey're also a quick and simple method to get your recommended daily intake of nutrients, especially if you're making smoothies with vegetables.  

However, fruit is frequently the main ingredient in smoothies.  

While a small amount of fruit can add much-needed sweetness and extra nutrients to a blend, the correct vegetables can balance it out and make it even more gratifying without sacrificing any of the pleasure.  

"You get extra vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants when you add veggies to a smoothie,"  

Leafy greens and milder vegetables, such as kale, cauliflower, and spinach, are some of the most widely consumed  

“When you add veggies to a smoothie, you get extra vitamins, minerals

Peach and carrot make an unlikely but perfect combination in this sweet, earthy smoothie. 

This sweet, thick green smoothie keeps things perfectly simple. 

Sweet and tangy pineapple masks any bitterness you might get from the kale in this blend. 

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