The Easier Way to Make Green Smoothies

I hate to admit this, but I almost never have fresh greens in my house. What do I mean by greens? I’m talking about the leafy green vegetables -kale, spinach, collards, lettuce- that none of us are eating enough of. I don’t ever have them in my house because it seems like whenever I buy plenty of greens, some of them end up going bad, so I usually just buy a little at a time. When I do buy them, I eat them right away to avoid spoilage.

Almost every morning, and after every workout, I make a protein shake with almond milk, fresh fruit, vegan protein powder, and ice. I always want to make my protein shakes into green smoothies by adding a handful of nutrient dense greens, but I rarely have them on hand.

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I needed to find a solution to my dilemma because I knew I wasn’t eating enough greens and actually love green smoothies. I started buying organic green powders and it has done the trick! I add organic kale powder, organic chlorella powder, and organic spirulina powder to every smoothie / protein shake that I make. They taste great, they are simple to use, and they have a shelf life of over two years! That’s the best part for me; organic green powders require zero refrigeration and they last forever! No more worrying about keeping fresh greens in the house!

If you’d like to try adding green powders to your protein shakes to make them more nutrient dense, you can buy organic greens powders online, just make sure that you are buying a pure and USDA certified organic product from a reputable company