The smoothie blender is just like the old style blender except it has many additional features. If you are trying to get more energy and improve your health then you might consider a smoothie blender. If you would like to know what kind of smoothie you will want to drink for a healthy lunch, I suggest you choose between a spinach smoothie or an orange smoothie. If you have not tried either of these recipes yet, you are missing out on some really good energy.

Spinach smoothies are a real treat. Spinach is packed with nutrients and vitamins including calcium, vitamin C, protein, and potassium. The creamy consistency of the spinach smoothie really coats the taste buds and makes the sweetness much more palatable. So if you can’t seem to be successful with green juices, or you just don’t have time to make a concoction, this could be the answer.

Canned or fresh cantaloupe is a great addition to a smoothie. The texture of cantaloupe makes it easy to mix into other ingredients. In a blender the texture is a little different, but the overall results are the same. There is something about the heat from the blender that actually softens the cantaloupe.

Guava and banana smoothies are a very popular option. If you do not have guava or banana already in your kitchen, get them while you can. The smoothness of the guava and banana will totally enhance the flavor of the smoothie. The health benefits of these fruits are not to be underestimated.

If you need a little something to get your taste buds going, try adding some sort of fruit to the smoothie. Apples are a great choice as they are so versatile and don’t have much of a taste themselves. Add a couple slices of apple to your smoothie and watch the juice flow.

Avocado is a great all around fruit. With its many health benefits, it is really hard to go wrong with this one. You can use avocado to add flavor to any recipe. No matter how you use it the texture of the avocado adds a nice zing to the smoothie. It also makes a great addition to any smoothie.

Cantaloupe and Guava are a bit harder to find locally than other types of fruit, but the Internet makes finding them much easier. They are both packed with nutrients and will help you feel energized throughout the day. Use them in any smoothie you decide to try.

I have found the power of smoothies combined with healthy breakfast smoothie and they are great. What could be better?