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  1. So first off I went and tried the spinach banana. Very good! I really enjoyed it. I liked the article really informative, and I got a lot out of it. Who would of thought that spinach would be so good. And I learned a new word. phytonutrients. So thank you for a delicious breakfast or at least part of one, and an added word to my vocabulary!
    thanks,
    -Josh

    1. Author

      Hi Josh! Thanks for reading and I’m glad you like it. Spinach truly is a wonderful vegetables that I would totally recommend to anyone looking to improve their health.

      Cheers!

  2. Spinach in a smoothie is definitely the right move as spinach has so many different nutrients that help our bodies out. I like the fact that I can get a lot of spinach down in one sitting because it blends very well and compacts nicely. Haha it’s not very tasty so to mask the taste I usually add some citrus and sweet fruits like oranges and pineapple.

    1. Author

      I totally agree with you Will. The high nutrient content in Spinach is also one of the main reason why I love it so much till it become my favorite smoothie ingredient. Same like you, I also put some fruits to mask the vegetable taste. Cheers!

  3. I definitely need to eat more spinach. But I hate it. I just don’t like the taste, how it feels in my mouth. But I’m open minded. I’ll try out some of your smoothies and see how it goes. For me the banana/spinach smoothie looks like the best one.

    I’ll come back and let you know.

    1. Author

      Hi Dave. Actually I find that soaking spinach in hot water for a few minutes will really make it mellow, tender and don’t have that much taste. A spinach smoothie on the other hand will definitely have more of that spinach taste.

      I’d recommend you try the Hala Kahiki Smoothie so that the sweetness of the oranges, pineapples and grapes can mask the spinach taste. The other smoothies might not have enough fruits to cover it completely. Let me know how it works out buddy =)

  4. This was a very timely article for me to read because right now I’m actually drinking a smoothie that has spinach in it! There’s great information on here and it’s good to be reminded of how healthy spinach really is. I love how your second recipe includes 1 tablespoon of peanut butter. I’ll have to try out this recipe!

    1. Author

      Hi Elsa. Great to know that you love spinach too. Hope the recipe turn out great for you.

      Cheers!

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