11 Healthy Smoothies to Kick Off the New Year

11 Healthy Smoothies to Kick Off the New Year

Healthy SmoothiesImage: A Cedar Spoon

Now that the holidays are over, we can get back to eating more mindfully. And for many of us, that includes eating more—lots more—fruits and vegetables. These smoothies recipes here pack tons of vitamins and minerals in to one delicious drink, and they're also a fabulous way to detox from any holiday overindulgence. So break out the fancy blender that's been gathering dust in your kitchen cabinet and get set with this week-plus list of smoothies to ring in your new year the healthy way.


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