The ones i suggested always make a great base and will help clear out all pollutants in your body.
dandelion - liver and kidney cleaner. Vitamin a c e , and something else.. dunno. Probably d as well.
Red Chard. Same thing!
Spinach same thing
Get your sugar from fruit . One piece a day is honestly enough. 2 is a treat.
Get your fruit in the smoothie.
1 dark brown or black spotted banana
Handful of spinach
1 big red leaf kale
2-4 leaves of dandelion
vanilla almond milk.
Thats my breakfast every morning.
I ate at Dans hamburgers yesterday. I regretted the decision before I even finished my burger . I felt horrible.
I had a smoothie last night with heavier dandelion and I added parsley. Yes it was good!!
But I dont look to the smoothie to be a perfect sweet treat. Thats my 'medicine'. with the heavier dandelion, I was helping clear out all the junk I just ate. Worked wonders. I dont have the fast food hang over this morning like I would normally have.
Good rule of thumb when it comes to greens.. the darker the better.
If you still like to season your greens, or any food in general, and are not yet to the unseasoned taste pallet.. Go to the store and get some Spike seasoning. Calorie free, chemical free, it does taste pretty good. Some of Emerils seasonings are ok to use too, but he has that hidden MSG in them . Pisses me off. SO watch out for that.
As for refined sugars, if you want something sweet, SADLY your white table sugar is one of the easier on the body choices. Or, you can try turbino sugar. Really, for a sweetner, just use over ripe bananas. But for the most part, you are not eating anything that most people would want to add sugar too anyway right?
Dont fall for the fake sweetner stuff. Splenda, Equal.. etc. Those things are toxic to the liver, the kidneys and are one of the biggest contributors to diabetes out there. Just dont go there.
If you have a real heavy sweet tooth ( Like I do ! ) Keep little fruits on you at all times.
Older blueberries, when they get soft.. put them in a zip lock baggie and freeze them! Want something sweet, just take a hand full of those and suck on them one at a time. Excellent for your body, GREAT sweet stuff, and by the time you finish that hand full ( Less than 35 calories) you wil have sedated your sweet tooth and had a load of vitamins and anti oxidants.
The easiest way to take care of your body is to stop eating out of packages. Plain and simple. And if you have to have something from a package, the ingredient list should be super short, and easy to read. No chemicals should be added.
And no. It isnt that expensive to eat that way.
If you need microwave dinners , Kashi brand has some that are pretty free of everything, taste wonderful, and at least HERE can be found for under 3.00
Amys brand is the same way.