Week 1: 14-Day Green Smoothie Challenge

Green Smoothie Challenge

Our April Green Smoothie Challenge continues to be a big hit. Green Smoothie veterans and newbies alike have been committed and going strong. Wonderful things can happen when you commit to improving your health by adding a green smoothie a day.

For those who are not presently following along in our challenge, fear not. It is never too late to begin. Start today. We already have a week’s worth of green smoothie recipes to try out.

Join in and follow along on Facebook » Got.Greens.Revolution

Delicious Green Smoothies

The most popular recipe from the past week would have to be our Seabreeze Green Smoothie. This beauty has quickly become a favorite among our fans, and at home. The flavor explosion of the pineapple, cranberry, ginger and grapefruit give a light refreshing bite leaving little notice of greens flavor.

But don’t be fooled. This powerhouse of nutrition provides you with an enormous amount of anti-oxidants, Protein, Omega-3, Vitamins C, A, K, Calcium, Iron and a whole lot more. A nice cleansing smoothie for your liver and kidneys complete with a solid immunity boost. Enjoy.

Green Smoothie Challenge Recipe

SeaBreeze Green Smoothie Recipe
1 T chia seeds
1/4 cup cranberries (we freeze ’em)
1/2 cup fresh pineapple
1 1/2 ripe banana
~1 inch fresh peeled ginger
2 Kale leaves (stem removed)
2 hearty handfuls of Spinach
Fresh Juice of 1/2 grapefruit
2 cups water (or to desired consistency)

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What did you put in your GREEN SMOOTHIE today?


Join the discussion and tell us your opinion.

January 10, 2016 at 6:03 pm

Shame the challenge is only on Facebook as I’ll never be a Facebook member

Katherine @ green thickiesreply
April 16, 2012 at 9:30 am

This sounds very refreshing. I’m going to make a variation of this soon. We can’t get fresh cranberries here but could use dried ones. Many thanks

Got Greensreply
April 16, 2012 at 10:07 am
– In reply to: Katherine @ green thickies

It is indeed refreshing. See if you can get frozen cranberries – they work great. If you use dried ones, be sure to soak them well before blending.

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