By: Joshua hall
Such a great recipe! I loved it just the way it is, though have tweaked a bit here and there occasionally. First, I never use sugar of any sort in almost any recipes. I raise bees and only use fresh, organic honey in recipes. Also, depending on my energy level that morning, I may add a bit of kale or spinach for a bit more energy.
Also, the only reason that this recipe doesn't have 5 stars, respectively, is because there are two or three reviews who gave it a 1 star rating for the worst reasons:
Case #1: "Breakfast smoothie is not good for diabetics too many carbs and sugar in Orange juice and berries." - if you are a HEALTHY diabetic and take care of what you put into your body, then you know what you can and cannot eat. There are hundreds of thousand of diabetes-friendly recipes on the internet that you can try. If you come across one that doesn't work...and DOES NOT CLAIM TO BE DIABETES-FRIENDLY, then just pass on it to another recipe. Don't go off on a tyrant of how unhealthy it is for someone with diabetes.
Case #2: " Don't use Soy or Splenda Soy is GMO, very dangerous to your health, as is Splenda, which is a neurotoxin. Better to use one date, honey or Stevia as a sweetener. Omit soy; use banana, or chia seeds as thickener. Pros: Soy & Soy products are detrimental to health. Spenda is aneurotoxin Cons: Berries are healthy" Though I agree with you on the soy and the splenda, there is no need to be a jerk about the fact that they added it on the recipe. But the ki