3 Comments on "Smoothie for Glowing Skin"

  1. Rachel Keys

    Jenny can you please e-mail me this recipe?would love to try,I have very very dry skin,I lost most of my vitamins after cancer surgery they tried to get them back up in ICU,but still having problems.This sounds like something that would really help i cant get the video myself my computer is as old as me.RachelKeys1966@gmail.com. if you cant i will try to keep pausing video & get ingredients slowly until i GET-R-DONE.would really really help i think so many fruits,but,it would take me all day to eat them all.by the way i love your channel,dont watch much of any others-your great-keep the great healthy stuff coming,i know i will be watching & sharing,llllluuuuuuvvvvv iiittt.

    • Jenny

      Rachel, I am away on vacation but will get back to you on this in a couple of weeks. I will have even more suggestions then.

    • Jenny

      Rachel, here are the ingredients in the smoothie: blueberries, orange, strawberries, mango, banana, and water. In looking back at the smoothie, I would add some plain yogurt to this smoothie because fruit contains a lot of sugar. But if you’re looking to get some vitamins in your system, I would recommend vegetables over fruit. Since sugar is not an issue you can eat as many servings of vegetables as you can handle. The newest research indicates that vegetables are more vital to good health than fruit. So if you’re into smoothies, try making some green smoothies with spinach or kale, carrots, beets, etc. And also be sure to include some healthy oils in your diet to moisture your skin, like olive oil. And of course, for dry skin use the most hydrating moisturizer you can find. Cerave makes some really good products and they are sold in most drug stores. I hope that helps.

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