Paleo Smoothies: 150 Smoothie Recipes for Ultimate Health

The Paleo Recipe Book

Paleo Smoothies: 150 Smoothie Recipes for Ultimate Health

Delicious smoothies–100% free of gluten, dairy, and refined sugar!Think Paleo and smoothies don’t mix? Think again! Now, you can enjoy the quick burst of energy and nutrition that comes from the easy-to-make pre-/post-workout drink–without any of the gluten, dairy, or refined sugar! This cookbook shows you how to blend 150 Paleo smoothies right in your own home, so that you never have to worry about what else is in your drink. Whether you’re interested in cleansing your body or just need an ex


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  1. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    High Carb Recipes, September 27, 2014
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    MJ “Janie” (San Antonio, TX) –

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    This review is from: Paleo Smoothies: 150 Smoothie Recipes for Ultimate Health (Paperback)
    I don’t “get it”. I realize Paleo is all about natural foods, (we eat Paleo) but you should also eat low carb. Nearly every recipe in this book is around 50 carbs/serving. I substituted a smoothie for supper a few times, and I do love them, but all I’ve done is gain a few pounds….and my blood sugar has gone up. Not happy about that.
    I also don’t understand why she has you use the cartoned coconut milk in some recipes and canned in others; some recipes call for a little of both. I’ve looked thru the book 3 times and can’t find a reason for the different coconut milk. If someone can enlighten me, I would appreciate it.
    The recipes are delicious and there are recipes here you can’t find searching the net. I guess maybe having 1 or 2 smoothies/week might be ok with the carbs: even if they are natural, not processed, refined sugars. I would like to know the glycemic LOAD of these recipes. I do like having the nutrition info for each recipe, but some scare me!

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  2. 8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Mirror, mirror on the wall. Who has the fairest smoothie recipe book of them all?, June 12, 2014
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    Victor L. Hudson (San Diego, CA) –
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    This review is from: Paleo Smoothies: 150 Smoothie Recipes for Ultimate Health (Paperback)

    Mirror Man: My Queen, My King, or anyone else interested on this day Mariel Lewis’s Paleo Smoothies has the ultimate health smoothies’ book of them all and here’s why:

    Admittedly, I am not on the Paleo Diet, but I have been reading about it lately. I thought why not try out some of the benefits of creating better and healthier smoothies for my special friends and me.

    I live in Southern CA and people here go to these smoothies’ places (juice bars) like they are coffee shops or pubs here, especially during the summer months. Actually, that’s where I discovered Açaí, at one of these places.

    What I enjoyed about this book was the layout, index and ease of reading. There are 150 recipes here. There are over 24 gorgeous color pictures of deliciously named smoothies. These pictures are great and their presentation makes you just want to “Lick” the pages. Think of those cologne samples pages that provide scent samples of their aroma, that’s what I wanted from this book. I was doing some serious salivating by looking at those beauties on the color pages.

    I invite you to take a look at Amazon’s extract of the table of contents section: 10 sections of Smoothies:
    1. Refreshing Smoothies
    2. Recovery Smoothies
    3. Cleansing Smoothies
    4. Dessert Smoothies
    5. Detox Smoothies
    6. Energy Smoothies
    7. Three-Ingredient Smoothies
    8. Green Smoothies
    9. Fruits-Only Smoothies
    10. Exotic Smoothies

    What I did, I started at the color pictures and began there on my new discoveries. Incredible really, there are some great names of smoothies, such as Blueberry Passion, Caribbean Sunset, Blueberry Goodness, Açaí Boost, Sunflower Chocolate, Cheesecake Smoothies. With the index and content sections I was able to quickly pick the ones that I wanted to make first. I will eventually read all the recipes, but I needed to have a quick set-up guide and this worked for me.

    I discovered in less than a week what I could use sunflower butter and cacao powder to create the most astonishing tasting smoothie I have ever devoured. Really, knowing the “magic” on how to create that drink was worth the “price of admission” of this book right there for me! Learning to make, “The Cilantro Smoothie” is another one of those great discoveries for me in this book. There’s a cool dashboard like or ticker tape look of the nutritional information per serving size on each recipe. I have friends who are on a gluten-free diet and I have recommended this book to them. It’s amazing that there are no diary products in this book. The Sunflower Chocolate Smoothie taste as if it has a velvety/ creamy taste to it, much better tasting than any chocolate ice cream milk shake I have ever slurped through a straw. Forget what you know about or don’t know about gluten free diets this is for someone who wants “Flavor” in their smoothies without feeling bloated.

    This book taught me the proper sequence of adding ingredients to make smoothies. I didn’t realize I have been doing it wrong for so many years and it really does make a big taste difference. That is just one of the many great insights included in the book. She must have spent some crazy hours honing down all the knowledge “nuggets” in this work of art.

    That author’s love of doing what she has dreamed of doing just oozes throughout the book. It does this without being incessantly boorish. It radiates in a positive light throughout with some very creative names for her drink creations.

    This book taught me about “Medjool Dates”. They are not the most appealing things to look at…but they do wonders for smoothies as far as taste and aroma. They are known as the crown jewel of dates. I have used mint, spinach, cinnamon, ginger, cilantro, nutmeg, cacao powder, papaya, watermelon, coconut water, almond milk, and several other ingredients that are brand new to me in creating my smoothies. I discovered that mason jars make excellent smoothie glasses by this author. I did it and it’s great to drink out of for when you want to drink the big gulp of rich fruitiness.

    Go ahead, and don’t be afraid to take the “plunge” into this very informative recipe book with over 150 delicious smoothies recipe book by purchasing it. Seriously, I very much doubt you will regret it. I know I haven’t, as I have made over 12 recipes so far and learned so much by having read this incredible morsel of a book. I did a quick count of 60 recipes that are a must for me to make.

    An added surprise to me was that the book was printed in the United States of America and that made me proud to support the author and how she was able to get this book printed here in the USA and offer to us at a very reasonable price. The author is from Quito, Ecuador located in South America, the continent where a lot of the super food is grown in Brazil, etc. and she now lives in Boise, Idaho. I thought…

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  3. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    great book, wonderful recipes, August 25, 2014
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    Joseph L. Kolb (harris, mn USA) –

    This review is from: Paleo Smoothies: 150 Smoothie Recipes for Ultimate Health (Paperback)
    this is the best smoothie book around! you certainly don’t have to be into the paleo scene to enjoy these marvelous treats. i’ve tried most of the recipes and found them all excellent. easy recipes, and readily available ingredients make this book a pleasure to read. first part of the book does go into paleo principles and what to eat and what not to eat. the bulk of the book is devoted to smoothies for every occasion. this is one book that you’ll rarely put away, and will enjoy over and over. highly recommended.

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