Why is it important to eat vegetables? Most vegetables are naturally low in fat and calories. Vegetables are important sources of multiple nutrients, including potassium; dietary fiber, folate, vitamin A, and vitamin C.Smoothies are a great way to take care of your daily vegetable needs.
If you’re bored of the same old salads, let us introduce you to our favoritegreen smoothie recipe. In this video, Nutritionist Amy Hendel demonstrates how to make a nutritious veggie smoothie. All you need is chopped tomatoes, tomato juice, apple juice, carrots, chopped celery, and Tabasco sauce.
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