Fruit smoothies weight loss plan!


Is it possible to get the body you were meant to have following a fruit smoothies weight loss plan?

Absolutely! Believe it or not fruits and tender leafy greens are our natural diet. Nothing else satisfies us and lets our bodies operate at optimal efficiency like fruits and tender leafy greens do. 

How do you lose weight drinking a fruit smoothie?

If you look at a person's body fat content, it will very often resemble the foods that they eat. If you are eating the standard american diet you are probably consuming over 50% of your calories from fat and I am guessing over 50% of your weight is from fat. 

The interesting thing about fruits and tender leafy greens is that their fat content is generally below 10%. So if you ate these natural foods don't you think your body fat would go to under 10% too? Sure it would, why would you think otherwise?

If you feed your body what it needs it wants for nothing. 

Your body stops storing fuel when you feed it regularly. But try a diet where you are restricting calories and you stay hungry all the time. Why? Because your body desperately needs something and you are saying no. Well did you ever think that your body is telling you this for a reason? It's because it is needing something, its the only time it makes you hungry. If you are hungry all the time, and stuff yourself to help yourself 'feel' full then you are not giving your body what it needs and you are nutritionally starving yourself.

The Super Simple Solution:

There is a very simple solution to this problem. Drink one or two smoothies a day that contain fruit and tender leafy greens. This is nutritionally sound food and will give your body everything that it needs. This small change will make a huge impact on your life. You are going to start feeling great. You are going to have so much energy. Your aches and pains may go away or at least improve. You'll start getting sick less. The benefits of such a small change are really to numerous. 

For suggestions on what to eat when you are not enjoying a delicious smoothie I recommend:


10 Comments on “Fruit smoothies weight loss plan!

  1. hi there
    I have to say that I am a big fan of smoothies. I used to drink one with both fruits and veggies every morning. It is nutritional for sure but I would also add a source of protein to make sure I was feeling full for a while. Seeds or powder are good options. And smoothies are so practical too! Easy to make, can drink them anywhere and easy clean up! And as you stated, they help you cut down on your fat intake 🙂

  2. Great post – and very logical reasoning behind our body fat… Ive never thought of it that way before!!
    I do love a good smoothie and salad from time to time – but, being a bit of an athlete, I know I also need my fat and carbs to keep me going too!!
    Especially when im running long distances!!

    1. Zoe, thank you for commenting. My diet is actually based on the work of Dr. Douglas Graham, Dr. Robert Lockhart and others who specialize in optimizing the performance of world class athletes using these nutritional foods. The smoothies in my site are perfect to give you the energy you need to perform at your best. You would just need to adjust the calories of the smoothies based upon your daily activity which is all explained in the Challenge Kit.

  3. Hi Charlie,

    Great Article! I love smoothies! Aren’t they so good? And Healthy too! I am prediabetic. Some say there is no such thing. You either are diabetic or not. My point is I have got to watch my sugar intake and everything turns to sugar. So I have to watch my intake of smoothies however, I do love them!


    1. Hi Julie! Thank you for the comment and expressing your concern with the all natural fruit diet affecting your blood sugar. I would like to give you a little exert from Dr. Graham’s The 80/10/10 Diet book: “I have worked with many diabetics over the past twenty-five years.” He then goes on “without exception, the use of a low-fat raw vegan diet predominated by sweet fruit has resulted in stabilization of blood-sugar metabolism.” And to finish “I have never seen any negative consequences resulting from these dietary changes.”

      I would encourage you to read his book. Start at Chapter 1 though, the book has a really long introduction. I think you might be more comfortable hearing that its ok to eat fruit from a doctor who has been using it to treat diabetes for over 25 years.

  4. Hi Charley,

    I don’t drink smoothies that often, let alone make them myself. But this post got me thinking on why I’m not doing nor consuming this, which is good for health? You make me want to start doing smoothies, not only for myself but my family. Going to start with breakfast tomorrow, so I can cut down on my caffeine intake.

  5. Great post and website! I am very happy that I found your website. I am a vegan and I have a child who I am helping to recover from Autism. I believe in a plant-based diet and your recipes are going to really help me bring life back to my little girl. I am excited about using your recipes. Thank you for developing a wonderful website!

    1. That is so Awesome! Please let me know if I can be of any further assistance. I will try to get some pages up soon with tips and things like that. I’m also going to be adding some recommended products, like Vitamix and things that make our lives easier.

      Did you get a chance to watch the video? You could watch it with your daughter. My 11 year old son Colin shows us how to make a Super Simple Smoothie!

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