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It's no secret that green smoothies and drinks help to Lose Weight. Admit it: Sometimes you’re just not in the mood to eat your vegetables. If you’re bored of the same old salads, let us introduce you to our favorite green smoothie recipes. But just because a drink is labeled a smoothie does not mean it’s healthy, so we’ve sipped around to find the most nutrient-rich and delicious recipes made from real whole foods. Need a filling breakfast or a refreshing afternoon pick-me-up? These creamy concoctions from our favorite food bloggers (plus a few of our own!) will take your taste buds for a spin. And all you need to get started is a blender. Also beverages can be used for Weight Loss at home! So, get mixing and raise a glass to good health! Just drink this beverages 30 min before eating:

1. Matcha Pear Green Protein Smoothie Recipe

Move over, kale — matcha is the hot new green in town. The finely ground green tea powder delivers caffeine, while protein powder ensures you’ll stay full long after guzzling down this tasty, refreshing shake.

2. Spinach Smoothie

Orange you craving a thick, and creamy drink? Citrus flavors can give you a boost of energy sans caffeine, so try blending this recipe up before you head out the door. Pro tip: Cut up the banana and freeze it the night before, and you won’t have to use ice.

3. Lemon Kale Protein Juice Recipe

Life is hard. Why should you have to choose between a protein shake and a juice? With 30 grams of protein, plus pulverized kale and fresh lemon, you can have it all with every smooth sip.

4. Ginger-Orange Green Smoothie

Five ingredients are all you need for this sunshine-in-a-glass smoothie. Make sure to blend the spinach and romaine first, then add the banana, oranges and ginger.

5. Blueberry Mint Green Beverage

Don’t be fooled by the purple hue! This violet blend is chock-full of delicious nutrients that’ll make other smoothies green with envy. The extra kick of color — and flavor — comes from a full cup of antioxidant-rich blueberries, nutrient powerhouses that are a significant source of vitamins K and C, fiber and manganese.

6. Spring Detox Green Smoothie

Give ‘em kale! This veg-tastic smoothie has a mix of savory and sweet flavors, thanks to cilantro, honey, ginger and pineapple. Plus, you’ll get just the slightest boost of caffeine from green tea.

7. Flax and Oats Smoothie

If it’s too hot for oatmeal but you still want some whole grains, try this emerald shake that’s got a hearty amount of raw rolled oats. Sprinkle on some homemade granola if you like some extra crunch.

8. Honeydew Mint Smoothie

Refresh yourself while indulging your sweet tooth with this light and fruity green smoothie. For an extra-cold drink, chill your melon and coconut milk in the fridge before making. Put in a splash of liquor if you’re in the mood to celebrate.

9. Peachy Green Protein Drink

With 31 grams of green protein, this smoothie works well for breakfast or as a post-workout snack. Sweeten the deal with some peaches and pineapple and you’ve got one satisfying sip! Add Green protein in 200 ml of water, then mix it with other ingridients!

10. Grape Smoothie

Taste the tropics and get some veggies, too. This kale blend gets its sweetness from grapes. Share the second serving with a friend, or keep it in the fridge for up to two days.

11. Happy Green Monster

Put some pep in your step with this pear-based shake. Pear and coconut water pack enough of potassium to keep your muscles working efficiently, plus spinach and kale are chock-full of fiber to keep your digestion as happy as your taste buds.

12. Green tea

Tea can help boost your weight loss results in a number of ways. First, it helps stimulate serotonin production in the brain. This chemical regulates your mood and helps suppress your appetite, which means you’ll consume less calories in the long run. Additionally, tea is naturally low in calories, with a mere 90 per serving. This makes cutting calories – and losing weight – a breeze.

Author : Henry Davis

Hello. I’m an author and international speaker. I’ve traveled the world full-time since 2009, moving to a new country every four months or so, each home determined by the votes of my readers.