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Green Smoothie Diet Questions – Do I Need to Change Greens?

Green Smoothie Diet Questions - Do I Need to Change Greens?

At the heart of the green smoothie diet are leafy vegetables.

There is a level of toxicity the body can reach if the same greens are consumed meal in and meal out.

The optimal choice is to switch things up a bit from day to day or, better yet, week to week.

There are several types of leafy vegetables that can be consumed raw.

These include:

1. Collards

2. Dandelion

3. Kale

4. Mustard

5. Swiss Chard

6. Turnip

7. Lettuce

Listed are 7 vegetables which means the green smoothie recipes can be switched up every day for a week.

This will reduce the chance of toxicity to the point that it will not be a concern any longer.

If you find any of these choices unpalatable, do a little research on rarer, milder versions that can be eaten raw.

Or, grow your own organic green smoothie vegetables.

Different types of the same leafy vegetables can be used as well.

For instance, Italian Kale and Red Kale can be considered 2 different selections.

Lettuces are the perfect example of the many different types of leaves on the market.

There are more than 40 different types of lettuce so there is no reason why toxicity should be a problem.

Salads And Smoothies

Not everyone chooses to replace all meals with a shake. Instead, the evening meal is comprised of a salad with a little protein.

This is a good choice.

Just remember that the lettuce included in the salad should be taken off the list for the week and not used in any green smoothies.

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Author: Katherine McDolly

Besides blog author, Katherine McDolly is also a full-time certified nutritionist and beautician in women health products

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