Looking after your body and helping it to recover after an intense workout is very important. Smoothies are a great way to refuel after a vigorous workout session.
In this video, Nutritionist Amy Hendel demonstrates how to make anutritious smoothie using just a small banana, crushed pineapples, nonfat milk, sliced peaches, frozen OJ and protein powder. Smoothies are an excellent go-to food to replenish the body after a tough workout. This is especially true of this particular blend. Now after your next workout, you can make Amy’s or your own healthy smoothie recipe.
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