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Brandi’s Kitchen Ep 3: Multi-Greens Green Smoothie

This smoothie is awesome and just check out the nutrient profile (at the end of the video)! Pretty impressive and it makes a great introductory smoothie!

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  1. Please advise on how to watch the videos. The link connected me to Vimeo which I joined but still could not view videos.

    1. Taylor, I fixed the issue. For some reason when Vimeo renewed my account they changed the settings on the videos. They should all work now!

  2. I AM A DIABETIC AND I NOTICED THAT YOUR SMOOTHIES ARE HIGH IN SUGAR AND CARBS I AM CONSIDERED MORBIDLY OBESE WEIGH OVER 472 I HAVE HB CHOL. DIABETES TYPE 2 SLEEP APNEA AND SO ON I WOULD THINK THE SMOOTHIES HAVE TO MUCH CARB AND SUGAR FOR ME HIGH GLYCEMIC FRUITS WHAT DO YOU RECOMMEND AS A GREEN SMOOTHIE FOR BREAKFAST THAT DOES NOT HAVE SO MUCH SUGAR AND CARBS AND IT IS FOR WEIGHT LOSS I NEED TO LOSE BADLY

    1. Evelyn, yeah…sorry about that. I made most of the green smoothie videos at a time when I thought using apple juice in place of water was the NEW thang! The smoothies may have too much sugar for you. I recommend using low glycemic fruits like berries, pears, and apples. If you are not used to eating a lot of greens, then I would suggest a fruit-green combo rather than a full-on green smoothie. You can really take any of my smoothies, leave out the juice, and add water instead. A real simple smoothie is 3 c. spinach with 1 pear and a handful of berries. It can really be that simple. Or start off with a berry smoothie and began adding greens to it until it begins to taste too green. Then you have reached your current green threshold and your preference for more greens will increase over time. Let me know if you need any more assistance.

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