The 411 on Weight Loss and Smoothies

After exercising at the gym, I love to enjoy a smoothie, and like many people I use to think if it’s just fruit, it’s got to be good, it’s got to be healthy, and it’s got to be low fat. However, I discovered a smoothie can be just as fattening as regular meal. So, to help you stay on track and avoid weight gain, here’s a list of smoothies and their vital statics.

 Smoothie Chart 

Provider Order Contents
 Jamba Juice  Mango Mantra (16 oz.)  170 calories
 0.5 g fat
 7 g protein
 36 g carbohydrates
 2 g fiber
 32 g sugar
 Orange Julius  Blueberrathon Premium (20 oz.)  350 calories
 1.5 g fat
 2 g protein
 89 g carbohydrates
 6 g fiber
 72 g sugar
 Panera Bread  Strawberry Smoothie – Largo (22 oz.)  290 calories
 1.5 g fat
 1 g protein
 62 g carbohydrates
 5 g fiber
 48 g sugar
 Robeks Juice  Cardio Cooler (12 oz.)  215 calories
 1 g fat
 9 g protein
 44 g carbohydrates
 3 g fiber
 38 g sugar
 Smoothie King  Slim-N-Trim Chocolate “Skinny” (20 oz.)  197 calories
 2 g fat
 8 g protein
 34 g carbohydrates
 3 g fiber
 25 g sugar
 Starbucks  Vivanno Banana Chocolate Blend  270 calories
 5 g fat
 21 g protein
 44 carbohydrates
 6 g fiber
 28 g sugar

 

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