One of the best ways to get your fruit is through a smoothie, and you can use just about any fruits in a smoothie: Try bananas, peaches, plums, mangoes and even ripe pears. Also for a calcium boost, add yogurt or ice milk.
Tangerine, Pineapple and Blueberry Smoothie
Use the fruits in whatever proportion you like (on have on hand) for this quick smoothie.
Chocolate Green Smoothie
Smoothies take just a few minutes to make at home or in your hotel room, are easily transportable and easy to consume on the go.
Blueberry Brainiac Smoothie
This blueberry breakfast blend is a great way to get energized before a demanding day.
Morning Blast Smoothie
Bring out the juicer and toss in fresh carrots, apple and beet for a great start to the day.
Smoothies make a great solution for mouth sores, as they are soothing. Because citrus foods can make the discomfort worse, kiwifruit, watermelon and bananas are good choices.
A chocolate smoothie hits the spot for that afternoon slump and provides a jolt of calcium.
Plum Pudding Smoothies
Place ingredients in a large blender; cover and blend until smooth, scraping down sides once or twice. Recipe by Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough.