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Fruits versus vegetables.

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Started: 7/2/2016 Category: Health
Updated: 3 months ago Status: Debating Period
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I love Strawberry banana smoothie. Whenever i drink it i feel no need to consider eating vegetables. After all fruits grow on trees just like vegetables do.
I am not much of a nutritionist but bananas contain potassium and so forth.
Therefore i believe that you don't have to worry about eating vegetables as long as you have your fruits instead.

Here is the recipe for the smoothie discussed above by the way.

2 cups frozen strawberries.
1 fresh banana, peeled.
1 cup milk (I prefer almond milk in this one)
1 cup Ice.
1 tablespoon honey, if needed to sweeten.


I haven't ate a damn fruit since 2 years, and I am not going to eat one either. Vegetables weren't supposed to be made into juices, although some nutritionists still make stuff like carrot juice.
I prefer chocolate shakes to strawberry shakes, and anyways you are adding extras to improve the fruit. If we look at it alone, I prefer vegetables, although I can't have them raw. Does corn and tomato count as a vegetable or a fruit? Not sure.
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