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I notice major changes between when I am drinking the green smoothies and when I am not. If it’s too thick add noutenko more water. I’m really happy that I read this book to learn more about it before I really launched in.
Look on the internet for green smoothie recipes. Already own the book?
Jun 23, Debra rated it really liked it Shelves: Boutenko peddles as fact. Reading this book, I began thinking about ways to make my diet healthier.
Green for Life by Victoria Boutenko
So, in the second edition of her book Green for Lifeoriginally published inshe instead recommends blending kale, spinach, chard, and the like with different fruits and vegetables and drinking a quart of the resulting green smoothie every day This book is filled with lots of great information about the value and benefits of eating a healthy raw foods based diet that includes green drinks.
Victoria Boutenko; Igor Boutenko; Sergei Boutenko; Valya Boutenko make a good case for not just “going green”, but for green smoothies. Also, some of the testimonials at the end of the book make some extraordinary claims to the healing qualities of the drink. The book’s main idea is that humans evolv I wanted to read The Green Smoothie Revolutionbecause that’s what I think it will be, but there were no copies available through my library.
Green for Life
Mar 09, Chandra rated it really liked it. But we tried them and amazingly, they really are quite tasty! The book ‘Catching Fire’ explains why cooking food and eating meat and eggs made us who we are and why cooked veggies are easier to digest than raw ones. Vichoria Victoria Boutenko is persuading me otherwise.
Not too happy with this book. I am not privileged to find all of the ingredients that make up her recipes, but Green for Life is impossible to read without craving a fresh, green smoothie.
Lists with This Book. Feb 21, Kelli rated it really liked it. I thoroughly enjoyed this book! I did learn quite a bit about just how beneficial they are from this book, which I was glad to know. Victoria’s description of the healthfulness that can be derived from hiring a Vitamix to do the chewing of Nutcracker Man’s diet might sound hyperbolic to those who haven’t experienced it, but I highly suggest you try it before coming to that conclusion.
Set up a giveaway. What I liked about this book was the concept of making green drinks – giving you a choice in-between just eating greens as they are and juicing them.
Raw Family Signature Dishes: Humans oife intended to drink the majority of their calories and that’s why there are no blenders in nature. Would you like to tell ror about a lower price? I had tried with broccoli and other veggies and it wasn’t good.
One of the strangest things is that although she includes a few recipes, she doesn’t include a basic green smoothie formula so readers can play with other ingredients. I’d love to get in the habit of drinking green smoothies, but I cannot afford to buy a Vitamix.
The recipes in the back of the book are gracious plenty to get a person started on making green smoothies a daily ritual. Juicing vegetables is best as it means you absorb far more nutrients from them than when you’re just blending them, and juiced vegetables and cooked vegetables are hugely easier to digest than merely blended up ones, but whizzed up veggies can be very tasty as well. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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Sadly, I know of no other nutrition book liffe suggests such a wide gulf between what humans were botenko to eat and what we eat. Despite the pseudo-science, there are some good suggestions in here about getting more greens into your diet. The idea that “greens” should be considered a food group in and of itself makes a great deal of sense.
Feb 18, WWG rated it really liked it. I’m sold on the idea of green smoothies but unfortunately Mrs. Whether she was the first person to come up with this idea or not, she did go through an interesting creative process.