Hi there!:) This might be a weird one, but i like to make a smoothie that's almost mousse consistency. It's half a frozen banana, half a ripe avocado, some coconut cream out of a can, about half a tbsp of cacao powder (I usually eyeball it) and some maple syrup for some sweetness. I also plan on adding a little sea salt to aoon to see how that tastes! And then I top it off with pumpkin and sunflower seeds, shredded or toasted coconut, chia and flaxseeds:) But you can add whatever you like! The world is your oyster:) and this will keep you full for a long te because of the healthy fats in the avocado and cococnut cream. Contrary to popular belief, we actually need a decent amount of healthy fats in our diet, the majority of our cells are made up of lipids(fats). We just want to try to stay away from trans fats, especially fast food. I hope this helps you and I wish you the best of luck and happiness on your journey:)
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