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What do you put in your nutribullet?
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roleypoley · 26/04/2016 10:48

Need better breakfasts! I always end up eating toast/cereal. I have a nurtribullet so looking for smoothie ideas that help with weight loss.

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lasttimeround · 26/04/2016 11:10

Mornings
spinach soymilk and protein powder
Beetroot yoghurt soymilk

Afternoons
Carrots and cucumber/celery Worcester sauce
Carrot apple ginger

Evening 'ice cream'
Frozen banana and cocoa/ vanilla/honey/ berries
Icecubes and protein powder

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lasttimeround · 26/04/2016 11:13

These are my current substitutes. Generally I'm trying to use veg rather than fruit to keep down sugar intake. Bit also love a pear apple in morning shake.

I'm finding the ice cream amazing as counters my cravings really well and seems indulgent

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roleypoley · 26/04/2016 11:17

I know what you mean I made one yesterday with frozen banana, peanut butter, cocao and coconut water. It was delicious! Now just need to get some veg in!

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theendoftheshowshow · 26/04/2016 11:24

Does anybody know how you would count the calories for a smoothie? I am trying to count calories but haven't attempted smoothies as I thought the fact you were blending them changed them as I know on diets like sw/ww smoothies can be high points.

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theendoftheshowshow · 26/04/2016 11:24

Does anybody know how you would count the calories for a smoothie? I am trying to count calories but haven't attempted smoothies as I thought the fact you were blending them changed them as I know on diets like sw/ww smoothies can be high points.

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theendoftheshowshow · 26/04/2016 11:25

Sorry for the double post it said it hadn't worked.

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roleypoley · 26/04/2016 12:04

Fruit smoothies would be high in points as you would use a lot more than if you ate whole fruit, so high sugar intake. I'm sure veg ones would be fine though! Can always add just a small bit of apple or banana to sweeten. I don't count calories but if you know how many calories are in the fruit & veg just count what you put it! Plus the liquid. I usually use coconut water, I think that's on 20kcal a serving or something

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roleypoley · 26/04/2016 12:04

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