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Morning Red Weight Loss Smoothie with Cho-Yung Tea

June 29, 2017

Morning Red Weight Loss Smoothie with Cho-Yung Tea

Using fresh seasonal produce maximises its nutritional content and also reflects our summer season – now that it has finally arrived!
To help with your weight loss plan all cooking methods are healthy and matched to that particular ingredient. All portion sizes have been taken from the World Cancer Research Fund who has conducted extensive research into what is a healthy portion.
Any leftover food can be frozen or eaten the next day to save you time. It may even be worth bulk cooking so that you can have a day off occasionally.
There are also some refreshing summer drinks to accompany your meals – all to encourage your fluid intake which is important especially in the summer with addition of Cho-Yung Tea for a healthy weight loss

Morning Red Weight Loss Smoothie with Cho-Yung Tea 

Ingredients
 • Small punnet of raspberries
 • Small punnet of strawberries
 • Vanilla essence
 • You have all the remaining ingredients!
 • 1 cup of Cho-Yung tea






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