Green Smoothie – Eat or Drink Your Greens, Which Is Better?


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  1. herman harper says: May 29th, 2022 at 8:01 pm

    This made my day to know Dr k has changed his mind about this issue . I’m a cab driver I try to sip my smoothie over 8 to 12 hours and a gal. of water as per Dr Brooke Goldner plus whole foods plant based diet glad they are on the same page and only water and intermittent fasting days with prayer and meditation and fasting this is what I feel Spirituality has taken me to my happy place much appreciated and respect also to Dr Mindy Pelz thanks . I’m still struggling with a little red meat I binge I go weeks at a time no meat I get pissed of but get back on track feel like I relapse back when I was on drugs so just for today one meal at a time no meat. 22 years no drugs or alcohol 20 years no nicotine . Been trying to get this all together for 31 years now the whole program . Back to Eden read it over 35 years ago had my 1st juicer 1990s back and forth with my health journey one day at a time is all I got

  2. GreenSmoothieParty says: May 29th, 2022 at 8:01 pm

    during the last year, my mother reversed type 2 diabetes after ten years of taking insulin using this meal plan that included an "advanced green smoothie" at lunch every day ->

  3. Katarina Tawiri says: May 29th, 2022 at 8:03 pm

  4. John Kamin says: May 29th, 2022 at 8:06 pm

    The only issue with not drinking it within 15 minutes of making it is fermentation. Once you break the cell walls of the fruits and vegetables they start fermenting, and after 15 minutes it starts turning too acidic, not to mention rancid.

  5. It sounds good but here’s the thing. I had bad gums. I learned that eating more salad greens improves your gums. Another benefit to eating your greens.

  6. S O N J A says: May 29th, 2022 at 8:08 pm

    I tend to take my time & swirl each mouthful of smoothie around in my mouth. It takes me about the same amount of time to ingest it as it would to eat a salad.

    I get way more greens in daily than I do otherwise.

  7. How bout this, green smoothie for breakfast and whole greens for dinner.

  8. mylittlemelody says: May 29th, 2022 at 8:10 pm

    Unfortunately I’m a VERY picky eater, as a child I would always vomit certain good unfortunately and honest to god as I grew I thought I’d eat more veggies. Well I was wrong, I started to like some other things but that’s like ranch and sorta ketchup and stuff ya know! Simples… recently though. I did try celery with some peanut butter, it didn’t taste so well at first but it tasted good. I’m not a big fan of salads although I do like my salads with eggs ( boils ) and some croutons ✨ I’m hoping to enjoy more greens aside from these daily few

  9. Daily Dose of Medicine says: May 29th, 2022 at 8:12 pm


  10. Giselle Plant Based Vegan says: May 29th, 2022 at 8:13 pm

    I enjoy eating greens, I just enjoy eating in general and only add greens to a fruit smoothie as an added ingredient, typically 3-4 fresh broccoli or kale baby greens from the garden. Otherwise, I’m eating spinach, broccoli and the rest cooked and served in various ways with pasta, rice, with potatoes, with savory oats, etc.. and adding nuts like walnuts, usually eating those raw as a snack or adding those as an ingredient to lentil no meatballs, or making the potato cashew sauce for pastas, etc. I have found that since almost totally eliminating Olive Oil, which I was eating daily, that my skin has significant dried and on my arms, craped. So I’ve started adding Olive Oil back in but in much smaller amounts than I use to consume, and not everyday. I did notice hair shredding much more than usual too, and just watched the episode about this topic, so I need to pay more attention to getting Omega-3’s from what I gathered.

  11. Purple Sweet says: May 29th, 2022 at 8:13 pm

    I believe veggies have nitRATES, not nitRITES. Your body converts the nitrates in the food into nitrates and eventually into nitric acid, or, in the case of nitrates in meat, into nitrosamines which can be carcinogenic.

  12. Samantha Willhite says: May 29th, 2022 at 8:18 pm

    Dr. Klaper, you should check out Dr. Brooke Goldner. She specializes in healing/reversing autoimmune diseases with large nutritious smoothies.

  13. Jennifer Rothstein says: May 29th, 2022 at 8:18 pm

    I had this exact question. I do eat a salad daily, but I love my frozen kale, berry, and cacao smoothie in the AM!

  14. I heard on the nutritionfacts channel that eating large quantities of raw, high oxylate greens (spinach/ beet greens etc.) can result in kidney stones – just something to be aware of.

    Also even consuming fruit can have a negative health impact when consumed quickly in large quantities.

  15. Elizabeth says: May 29th, 2022 at 8:24 pm

    I would love to see a study about this. I love both green smoothies(mostly greens, water, flax and some fruit) and raw and cooked whole greens.

  16. shem Haque says: May 29th, 2022 at 8:27 pm

    I think it’s important to stabilise the antioxidant spike somehow over the course of the day, perhaps by sipping it throughout the day

  17. R. McDonough says: May 29th, 2022 at 8:28 pm

    I love Dr. Klaper. He lives ethically, and keeps an open mind.

  18. kg sparrow says: May 29th, 2022 at 8:31 pm

    Thank you!

  19. Very true regarding the amount of greens in smoothies (for some of us that is).

    The 10 ounces or so of kale and broccoli that I get per day in my smoothies would be a pain in the butt to try to chew all of that. Plus, I know greens are good for me and I hate the taste of Kale (unless it is smothered in unhealthy dressing but I avoid that like the plague) so I just have to vitamix it up with some fruit and plant milk to make it taste good. With banana and some strong tasting and tart berries like raspberries, that kale flavor doesn’t stand a chance. The broccoli is pretty neutral.

  20. Lana Van Hyning says: May 29th, 2022 at 8:35 pm

    THANK YOU for this video. Recently, I started making and drinking a green smoothie every day made out of several handfuls of kale and green cabbage with 1 tablespoon of flax seeds and lots of fruit and drinking it with each meal. My meals contain cruciferous and starchy and non-starchy cooked veg, beans and small amounts of grains. The results have been great…better and deeper sleep, feeling more relaxed, whole system feels more healthy. I have been eating WFPB for several years, but only recently have gone completely SOS free (salt was too tempting.) I am 72 and need no medications.

  21. GreenSmoothieParty says: May 29th, 2022 at 8:38 pm

    Cronometer analysis of a theoretical day of drinking only green smoothies ->

  22. Ava Victoria says: May 29th, 2022 at 8:42 pm

    Are you familiar with the beet boost drink? Should I be worried about kidney stones if I have a serving of that everyday ?

  23. I already spend a lot of time eating. I don’t have an hour to drink an 8 ounce glass. Who actually spends an hour with a meal? That would be approximately 3 hours a day just eating, never mind the prep and clean up. With prep and cleanup, meals would take about 6 hrs/day. Not practical. I drink my smoothies slowly but it appears I am a 100 m sprinter compared to Dr K.

  24. Colleen Barker says: May 29th, 2022 at 8:45 pm

    Makes a difference if you are healthy or if you have significant CVD. I follow Esselstyn and ‘chew’ my greens for maximum NO production.

  25. Rosie Jean says: May 29th, 2022 at 8:46 pm

    I eat a huge salad for dinner every day and I blend kale, celery and other veggies and viola it’s my dressing.
    For those interested, I start my dressing with a soaked nut, then add in some green onion, kale, celery then depending on what I want I will add in a pepper or tomatoes. Just depends on what I have but it’s a great way to get more greens in and not drink a smoothie if you don’t want to. I prefer not

  26. RHONDA LEWIS says: May 29th, 2022 at 8:48 pm

    I’m enjoying but I have a hard time hearing at Klaper clearly there is an echo and it sounds weird more of slurring to me than clear words I have to struggle to hear him

  27. Doctor Klaper says: May 29th, 2022 at 8:49 pm

    ❓For now, if you’d like to post a question please do so over on Instagram Stories on Saturday and my assistant Annie will add it to our list to review.
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  28. Char Covelesky says: May 29th, 2022 at 8:49 pm

    I don’t know how big of an issue this is… but since I know of quite a few older people including myself who have less than optimal dentition, I’d imagine it’s significant… smoothies really help to get in the fruits and veggies that are hard to chew and would otherwise not be eaten. I tend to make them thick and eat them with a spoon so it isn’t just drunk down, bypassing the NO production.

  29. btbreform says: May 29th, 2022 at 8:54 pm

    Something worth putting into practice is cooking greens (and veggies in general) BEFORE adding to them to smoothies. Otherwise, the cumulative effects of consuming raw goitergenic foods can be disruptive to one’s thyroid function.

  30. I used to drink a lot of green smoothies fruit an veg and I definitely looked healthier I had a glow about my skin which I don’t have anymore I was a healthy vegan now I am definitely a junk processed eating vegan and it definitely impacts your health and how you look on the outside so I’m going to start with the green smoothies an the fruit an veg way of life again it really is better for the health

  31. What is the name of the smoothie Doctor mentioned at 3:15 … Doctor Richard ‘something’ ????


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