Lose Weight Quickly and Healthily With Apple, Lemon and Oats Smoothie
Homemade weight loss drinks are natural alternatives which will help you shed weight without any health risks.
It may seem weird, but this amazing mix can help you lose weight and regulate glucose, controlling diabetes and cholesterol.
Nowadays, many people search for a new formula to lose weight in a healthy and easy manner. This combination promotes a complete detox in the body and is a delicious and nutritive way to start your day.
In today's video you will learn the powers of these incredible ingredients: oatmeal, apple and lemon!
Lemon is full of antioxidants, vitamin C and potassium.
Apples can regulate cholesterol levels.
Oatmeal is amazing, full of vitamins, minerals, proteins and fiber, it has a stronger satiating effect than many other foods, and gives you energy for the whole day.
Lemon, apple and oatmeal have many nutrients that are important to maintain our health.
Want to learn how to make this delicious drink?
Write down the ingredients
500 ml of water;
125 grams of oatmeal;
Two green apples;
If your apples aren't organic, peel them.
Remove the seeds.
Cut them in slices and put them in the blender together with 500 ml of water.
Add oatmeal and mix.
If you find it too thick, add a little bit of water.
Squeeze a lemon over the mixture and drink right after.
Drink preferably on an empty stomach.
It's recommended not to add sugar or honey since they will add on the calories provided by oatmeal.
If you want to, add some ice cubes to make it smoother and refreshing.
In a week you can already notice the results.
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