5 Eat less – it’s your natural inclination
anyway – but more often.
6 Smoothies make perfect light breakfasts and
The key is to keep a variety of fresh and frozen fruits on hand at all times. Two that I always keep stocked: bananas (cut some up and freeze them as soon as they’re ripe), and strawberries (freeze your own, or buy the pre-frozen ones at the supermarket). Other ideas for smoothie-friendly fruits: mangos, raspberries, blueberries, peaches, kiwi. I also recommend stocking your freezer with frozen juice concentrate – pineapple or orange juices both taste terrific in smoothies. When a hankering for smoothie hits you, you’ll be prepared: just combine about a cup of fruit with a cup of juice, add a handful of ice cubes (3-4 cubes should do it) and blend away. If it looks too thick, add some more juice; too watery, add some more fruit. You could also add yogurt to the mix, or use milk to make a fruit shake.
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Think cool, think quick, think light, and you’ll enjoy the benefits of eating healthily and well all summer long, without having to be a slave to the stove.o
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