Should You Have A Smoothie For Breakfast?

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Should You Have A Smoothie For Breakfast?

Should You Have A Smoothie For Breakfast?

Being an extremely busy working professional as well as a Mom of two elementary school-aged kids, my mornings are more than hectic. Usually I simply whip up a smoothie to drive on my long way to work with me. But I often wonder, is this the best choice?

We all need and crave energy. If all you start your day with is caffeinated coffee and sugar, you will crash and either be too tired to make it through your responsibilities or simply reaching for another cup in an hour.

Smoothies are a quick alternative to a fast breakfast that can help energize you throughout the entire day. When you toss in some greens, a little fruit, and a healthy liquid like coconut water you are bound to feel energetic and ready to take on the day. Starting your morning with a smoothie also gives you well needed antioxidants which help protect your body from free radicals, and it is a great low-glycemic start. Eating a low-glycemic breakfast will help curb your sugar cravings for the entire day and it will also help with not crashing (Read about how to make the perfect smoothie here.)

Next time you want a quick breakfast, try a delicious smoothie that will leave you feeling energized and motivated! A morning smoothie will provide your body with the nutrients it needs to produce natural energy and naturally boost your metabolism.


Be well,





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Janelle is a Certified Health Coach, Nutrition Consultant, Autoimmune + Weight Loss Specialist. Janelle is based north of Boston but helps clients nationwide via phone, skype, and online programs. Janelle helps busy women restore health naturally for increased mental clarity, improved sleep, better digestion, management of autoimmune issues and natural weight loss. Janelle graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York City and teaches Nutrition courses at the New Hampshire Institute for Therapeutic Arts. Her education and experience has equipped her with extensive knowledge in holistic nutrition, health coaching, and preventative health. Her signature Nourish 21 online program is a crash course in nutrition that helps folks navigate through all of the contradictory nutritional information available while teaching the overlapping truths. To learn more about her work and her available programs please visit




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