Fat Loss Diet Tips – Try This Tasty Smoothie For That Sweet Tooth

And Use Whole Milk, Not Skimmed

Looking for fat loss diet tips that don’t force you to eat tasteless food? You’ve come to the right place. :-)

I’m going to give you a treat this time. You’ve been working out hard. So, you deserve a treat.

(It’s true that you’ve been working out hard, right?)

Try this very simple smoothie. It’s great as a quick nutritious breakfast or a quick tasty snack.

It serves 2 people.


  • 2 bananas
  • 1 avocado
  • 200 ml whole milk
  • 200 ml water


Throw all the ingredients into a blender. And blend till smooth.

That’s it. It’s very delicious. Yumm...

Oh! … I nearly forgot. You do know that you’re supposed to peel the bananas and scoop the avocado out of its skin, right?

(Just checking in case ... I do actually know some people who tried to make the smoothie without peeling – just because I forgot to mention it.)

Extra Tips

  • Put 1 or 2 teaspoons of cocoa powder to give the smoothie a chocolate flavour.
  • You can also blend in protein powder (if using) as a post workout shake.
  • Adjust the amount of water according to the thickness and consistency you want.

Why Whole Milk?

You might be surprised that I’ve suggested whole milk rather than skim milk. You can use skim milk if you like. It’ll be less creamy, but still tasty.

I personally like using organic whole milk. That’s one food habit I can’t change. I won’t swap my whole cow’s milk for skimmed milk. Skim milk has no taste at all for me. What you do is your own business, but I’m sticking with whole milk, so there!

Recently I’ve been experimenting with whole goat’s milk. And it tastes just as nice in the smoothie.

Also it’s a good choice for people who can’t digest cow’s milk properly.

(But I still prefer cow’s milk for drinking. Yes, I even have a hot milky drink every night and I love it. :-P)

Unlike cows, goats are not normally treated with hormones and antibiotics. That’s because they’re not mass-farmed. So, it should be OK to use non-organic if you can’t find organic.

Anyway, the good news about using whole goat’s milk is that it has fewer calories and less fat than whole cow’s milk. But on the downside it has less protein.

Still, it’s a good choice if you’re watching how many calories you consume and you can’t quite fall in love with skimmed milk or even semi-skimmed milk (like me – hate the stuff).

Anyway, I hope you enjoy this smoothie. And let me know if you have any additional diet tips to make this smoothie even tastier (without making it unhealthy).

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