Never Add These 8 Things To Your Smoothies

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1) Low-fat flavored yogurt

Most flavored yogurts have additional sugars, and those labeled "fat-free" or "low-fat" may add more to make up for the absence of fat.

2) Canned fruit

Canned fruit is the fastest, cheapest, and most convenient way to add your favorite produce to your smoothie, but most types are packaged in syrups that increase your sugar intake.

3) Chocolate-Hazelnut spread

If you're attempting to reduce weight or your doctor told you to cut sugar and fat, skip this component.

4) Added sweeteners

Although these natural sweeteners are less processed, they nevertheless add a significant amount of sugar to your beverage.

5) Sugary fruit juice

Similarly to why you should avoid flavored yogurt, adding fruit juice will increase the quantity of sugar in your smoothie.

6) Alcohol

Not only will the addition of alcohol to your smoothie ingredients result in a substantial increase in calories and sugar, but it will also be difficult to consume only one serving.

7) Too much of good things

Nut butters, avocados, and coconut oil are nutritious smoothie components. Smoothies can have "too much of a good thing," so check your portions.

8) Ice cream

If you're searching for a more nutritious beverage, you may want to avoid adding ice cream and find an other approach to add texture.

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