Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Make That Change - Green Smoothies

One of the things I need to do is to start looking at several things : 

What I eat
What I drink
Bad habits I need to kick 

I've been receiving so much advice from people, I can't count how many! A very dear friend pointed me to these online sellers of Green Smoothies

They both look so promising. Best part? One is in Wack Wack and the other somewhere in San Juan. So near where I live! I can't wait to try their best-selling flavors and share my thoughts on them here.


Thank you, Pao and Mon Mon for telling me about them :)


  1. hi, you may also want to check the Green Grocer's fresh produce.

    God bless you!

  2. Hi sis, you can also make your own. Put your choice of greens - kale/spinach/pechay/chard, banana and/or apple, water, ice in a blender then voila!

    May I also recommend Dahon Kusina of my chef-friend and raw food activist, Asha Peri (

    Dahon Kusina is a creative space where they hold raw food preparation workshops and lectures on wellness and wholeness. Its mission is for children and adults to participate in their own healing, in promoting a healthy lifestyle and healing the planet.

    All the best. Love, light and healing!

  3. Some good nutrition info here Patty: hope you find it helpful.

  4. Check out the organic market of Mara Pardo de Tavera at Legaspi market every Sunday morning. They sell raw and cooked food.

    You can also try sugarless desserts at Sugarleaf corner Buendia and Paseo de Roxas. Also google Milena's vegan cupcakes if they would be good for you.

  5. hey patty!

    you can also try farm organics..

  6. Patty, have you heard of the "Daniel Fast"? It's named after the prophet Daniel who was said to have created it to clear his mind for prayer. (Daniel 1:8-16) Researchers at the University of Memphis studied the diet, and seems it is as good for the body as it is for the spirit. Worth considering, perhaps.

    All the best to you!

  7. Hi, the link leads to an error but I'll look it up anyway. Thank you for this input!