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I was just living a regular life, eating crap and lounging, when I mistakenly brought a banana home from Ralph’s.
That banana had the the face of Abraham Lincoln burned in his side. He spoke to me and said, “You, stop being so lazy and fat.” I was so embarrassed. Abraham. Damn. Lincoln.
I vowed then and there to stop being fat. So, I started drinking a green smoothie a day. At first, I drank one as a snack. Then, I substituted a meal for a green smoothie. Then two. I felt great. I couldn’t stop. I drank more and wrote this http://amzn.to/1uFsHna
Bananas and avocados are both go-to fruits that bind green smoothies together. Here is how to make your choice
1. Avocados have the least calories. If you are trying to lose
weight, rely on them more than bananas at the beginning of your smoothie-making.
2. Bananas -green being the least calories and ripe the most,
– bananas have more calories than avocado but have wonderful nourishing vitamins
for muscles. If you exercise and burn calories, a banana is perfect for you.
3. Plantains If you are an athlete, plantains are the best of
all. They have the most calories but enormous nutritional power. Eat ripe,
soft black ones.
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