Smoothies can be very nutritious and they taste delicious but not all smoothies are low in calories or easy to integrate into a wealth loss program. Because "rabbit food" fatigue can sabotage your diet, chef Daisy Williams collected the 50 best recipes for smoothies that are lean, "clean" low-calorie, and very satisfying to create this low-calorie smoothie recipe book. Daisy knows that if you don't like it, you won't drink it, so she selected recipes that are as great tasting as they are nutritious. Starting with the basics, Daisy explains why smoothies are an important part of a healthy diet and then teaches readers how to create the perfect smoothie. Of course, the recipes are the main feature of this book and there's plenty of variety here. If you love kelp, spinach, and other veggies you will swear you've died and gone to veggie heaven but there's also plenty of temping recipes for picky eaters who shun vegetables. Many of the smoothies taste like refreshing juice drinks while others taste as thick and creamy as a fattening milkshake. Doesn't a raspberry banana smoothie made with raspberries, banana, and almonds sound dreamy? Veggie haters won't even taste the cup of spinach that's blended in--but it's in there, keeping them healthy and trim. For high-protein diet fans, there are 10 protein-packed recipes with delectable names like Figgy Green Monster Smoothie. Plus, there's a must-have chapter containing 10 green low-calorie lunch recipes for dieters seeking a quick and easy, nutritious lunch. Problem solved! With 50 low-calorie recipes to choose from, you can enjoy a different smoothie recipe every single day of the month, with 20 recipes to spare.