30 Day Green Smoothie Challenge

IMG_6171Dear Intent readers,

This is your official invitation to join in on the 30 Day Green Smoothie Challenge I am hosting through my Twitter! Some of you may be thinking why I am hosting this particular challenge, since there are so many different eating challenges going on with the start of the new year. It is because green smoothies truly are one of the healthier things you can consume for you body, mind, and spirit. Allow me to explain:


Here are some of the health aspects of a green smoothie on your body:

All of those things can result from one green smoothie a day for a long period of time. Now, it is a process and these things will not happen over night, but over the course of a few moths you will definitely start to notice some changes happening within your body. And, isn’t a healthy body worth the 10 minutes it takes a day to make a smoothie?


Here are some of the health aspects green smoothies have on your mind:

  • Increased mental clarity
  • Healthy self-image
  • Increased libido
  • Ability to retain more information
  • Self worth
  • Healthy mental relationship with food

Green smoothies help us connect back into ourselves, our appetite, and our ability to think and respond clearly to situations. This helps us create a better, less stressful path through life!


As you probably know, our mind, body, and spirit are all connected. So whatever effects a green smoothie has on our mind and body, effects our spirit. Green smoothies will strengthen our sense of relationship with our spirit because we are strengthening our body and our mind.


You can find my favorite green smoothie recipe on my blog, click here. Kimberly Snyder also has a great green smoothie recipe, to see hers click here.



  1. I drink a green smoothie of wheat grass every day in an effort to decrease heavy metals in by body. About fifteen years ago I was tested for heavy metals and was found to have excessive amounts of all of them. A part of managing depression, anxiety, and psychosis has been my daily green cocktail.
    Barbara altman, author of recovering from Depression, anxiety, and psychosis