Kale, lettuce, collard greens, and spinach are just a few items you can use to make a very healthy green smoothie. Once you get the hang of making smoothies, you can make them a little more complex by adding things like dandelion greens, parsley, and watercress. You can also add fruit into the mix, with apples, pears, bananas, and mango a few great tasty additions. The nutritional value of green smoothies is through the roof. The vitamin levels are totally dependent on the ingredients of your smoothie. Almost all fruits and veggies are high on vitamins such as folic acid, vitamins A and C, and potassium.
The first 5 come form this page at the: mindbodygreen.com. They include the Island Blast with banana, celery, pineapple; the Creamy Green with avocado; the Tropical Cleanse; and the Banana-Berry Super Smoothy with spinach and nuts; and the Green Strawberry-Kiwi Lemonade.
The next 4 green smoothies come form this post on: thebestofrawfood.com. Kale and Banana Smoothie with hemp seed and blue berries; Arugula Lettuce and Pear with banana and raspberries; Dandelion and Apple Smoothie with dandelion greens, lemon, and apples; Carrot Ginger Smoothie with avocado; Make Your Own Green Smoothie Recipe
These 4 green smoothies are from: kitchen-parade-veggieventure.blogspot.com. Orange, Banana, Chard with Swiss chard leaf; Banana, Lime, Apple, Milk, Chard with a bit of lemon; Banana, Lime, Apple, Milk, Chard; and Banana, Lemon, Apple, Milk, Plum, Mint