On today’s episode of Live Lean TV, we talk about the differences between juicing vs blending vs greens powder supplements.
ciscoballs says from snapchat: The greens powder that you drink in the morning, what is the difference between that and just blending (not juicing)?
So first of all, the difference between blending and juicing is when blending you just throw it all into a blender and you keep the fiber in tact where juicing you put into the juicer which it extracts the fiber.
I personally prefer blending smoothies.
I like the greens powder because at the end of the day it’s actually cheaper and it’s way more diverse.
If you look at the ingredients on a greens powder you’re getting things in there that you would never find at a grocery store.
And even if you could pick out each vegetable, your smoothie would be just freaking gigantic!
The thing with the greens powder is it’s powder which is so condensed.
You’re drinking six ounces of fluids versus, I don’t know how big it would be if you tried to do that with all those same vegetables.
The greens powder when you look at it, like the stuff I use, it looks expensive at the time but if you think of how many vegetables you actually put into that blender to make it, it’s much cheaper.
There’s a lot of pros to greens powder supplements including lower costs and more convenient when preparing.
Here’s a link to our preferred greens powder.
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