Smoothie Queen. I drink at least one green smoothie a day. I don't do dairy of any kind, so I find other things to thicken it up. I also add lots of veggies in mine.
The problem I found with Jamba Juice is they use GMO's and hidden sugar. I also felt hungry after drinking one of their smoothies. When I make mine, I don't.
Also the most calories I have had it 250.
12/18/12 2:56 P
I just wanted to share this because oddly the topic I'm reading about today talks about calories sneaking their way into our drinks. My girls (daughters) love Jamba Juice, but I rarely let them have any one. I love those fruit smoothies myself. I decided to make home-made ones that taste terrific and are very filling. I mix one Light and Fit yogurt (berry flavored), 8 oz of Silk Pure Almond Unsweetened Vanilla, a cup of frozen berries and blend. It is only 180 calories compared to the 290 cals you'll have in a Jamba Juice. So if you're a smoothie lover as we are, give this one a try. You'll get some fruit (and know how much is really going in), some added calcium and vit D. Yummy!
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