Guide to Blending
Learn the Basics
The Benefits of Smoothies
From helping curb cravings to upping your intake of antioxidants and fiber, blending is a simple and powerful way to boost your consumption of fresh or frozen fruits and vegetables.
A fresh smoothie tastes best when you start with quality ingredients, which includes colorful, fresh, and seasonal fruits and vegetables. In addition, a smoothie can contain nuts, seeds, milks, and even foods like oats, dried fruit, or zucchini.
Need to take your smoothie on-the-go? Or want to make a big batch of smoothies? No problem. Learn all about ways to store, freeze, and transport your smoothies.
What About Fiber?
Blended drinks are full of soluble fiber and insoluble fiber, along with other essential nutrients, vitamins, and minerals, offering a simple way to keep your body nourished and increase your daily consumption of fruits and vegetables.
Juicing Vs. Blending
One of the most common questions out there is: which is better for you: juicing or blending? You might be surprised by our answer. Hint: we love both for different reasons.
Let's Talk Sugar
Worried that the fruit in smoothies and blended drinks might make your blood sugar spike? Thankfully, making your own smoothie keeps the fiber intact and can still be a healthy way to enjoy powerful nutrients.