Green smoothies and full blend juices are where it's at. We drink our blended vegetables and fruits in their entirety daily - edible skins, seeds, fibre and all... nothing extracted. The vast majority of us could use more roughage, fibre does the dirty work. Fibre acts like a broom and sweeps through your digestive track, getting in all the nooks and kicking the grime, dust and ancient crud out the backdoor. This clears the way so your body can absorb the concentration of vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients from the blended plants. And if you're lucky, all that fibre might even smooth things over between you and your poo. Juice extraction has its pros, it can be a great way to get an extra dose of vitamins, people suffering from a myriad of digestive issues may do better sans fibre (read cold-pressed) and for healing, supervised juicing can be powerful medicine. Challenge yourself to down a big, fibre full, green smoothie daily for a week. Maybe you'll pickup a new goods habit you love... you might even feel amazing. Loads of clean-vegan, green drink recipes here.

  This is me and my Mum Linda, she's the smoothie Queen of Windsor. Linda has been blending her greens for two years now and never missed a day. This babe makes smoothies for her neighbours, coworkers and recently even had her Smoothies 101 notes published on MagnaWellness.ca and I couldn't be more proud. If you need a smoothie refresher, or have been feeling like you want to clean it up a bit my Mum's article is a great place to start. Check it out here and if you're an old blending pro and want some new inspiration we've tried lots of smoothie combos and these are some of our faves. So easy, so good! Enjoy.

Smoothie Smack Down To quote Shakespeare "Wahoooooo, we WON mutha****as". And we could not have done it without you.  We are so happy, elated, grateful and full of love. You are all the best and this victory means the world to us. Best Juice Bar in Toronto  Know what else it means? It means that Lisa and I are seriously thinking about co-running for Mayer of Toronto. Can we count on your vote?