Green Smoothie Challenge: FAQ


6 Rawkstar tips to keep in mind

  1. Continue eating regular meals. We suggest having a green smoothie as a snack or a meal replacement (we like to add avocado, chia seeds and/or hemp hearts when having them as meal replacements to keep us full longer). This alone will help you feel better and begin to crave healthier foods.
  2. Drink at least 2 cups (16 oz) of green smoothie daily. We consider this “one serving.” We intentionally make our recipes two servings (yielding 4-5 cups) because we believe that you should share the green smoothie love with a friend or family member. You can also store the extras in the fridge for up to 2 days in an airtight container. Grab it for an afternoon snack or save for tomorrow’s daily smoothie.
  3. Use at least one frozen fruit to make your green smoothie creamy and cold. Pineapples, grapes, berries, mangoes, and bananas are all great fruits to have on hand in your freezer.
  4. Read our challenge FAQ ‘s. If you can’t find an answer here, please contact us here. We’re here to help you along these next 30 days!
  5. Our recipes are here to inspire you — you don’t have to follow them to a T. Yet we do think they are mighty tasty! Feel free to use other green smoothie recipes and even make some up yourself. The key to making green smoothies your lifestyle is making it easy and part of your daily routine. So we recommend using fruits and veggies that are easy for you to find and are affordable.
  6. Say adios to leafy chunks in your smoothie.  Blend your leafy greens and liquid together first to cut down on the chunks. Once it’s nice and creamy, add in the fruit and blend again.


Do I only drink green smoothies during this challenge?

This is not a fast or a restrictive diet, so you can eat regular meals during this challenge. We are making healthy lifestyle changes that will last a lifetime! Our goal for you is to drink at least one 2-cup serving green smoothie a day in addition to your regular diet. If you would like, you can replace 1 or 2 meals with green smoothies. If you drink green smoothies as meal replacements, make sure to add a protein boost (plant-based protein powder, nut milk, nut butter), or snack on some nuts or a hard-boiled egg 30-60 minutes after you drink your green smoothie.


What should I eat during the challenge?

Just by drinking green smoothies daily without even changing your regular diet, you are moving in the right direction towards healthy eating. We suggest you eat real food that’s free of processed sugar and avoid ingredients that you can’t pronounce. My personal meal plan during the green smoothie diet will be paleo-inspired with lots of veggies and some seafood (we’re both pescatarians).

If you want to take your health to the next level, we recommend checking out our Fresh Start 21 Cleanse. This is a step-by-step meal plan, with daily green smoothie recipes and whole food meal recipes created by a holistic nutritionist.


Do I drink the Beginner’s Luck recipe everyday?

You can drink the Beginner’s Luck Green Smoothie recipe on filler days, but you don’t have to stick to making the same smoothie everyday. You can rotate, experiment and try out new recipes on your own.

This challenge is beginner-friendly. The shopping lists are designed for guidance and inspiration. So feel free to make some of the recipes from the list, repeat your favorites, and create your own green smoothie recipes. For more recipe inspiration, check out our green smoothie recipes.


Do I have to follow the recipe exactly, or can I switch out an ingredient or two?

Of course you can change up the recipes! All of our recipes are meant to inspire you to eat and live healthy, not to burden you with fruits/veggies that you can’t get your hands on, you don’t like, or are allergic to. Some recipes are made for specific purposes (i.e. detoxifying, immunity boosting, etc.) and need more specific replacements, but most are made to simply taste great and give your body access to fresh and raw ingredients. If there are adjustments that would make our recipe work better for you, then go for it!


Will you send me recipes every day?

We will send recipes with shopping lists for inspiration every Thursday (not daily), but feel free to go crazy and make any green smoothie recipe you like. As long as it’s packed with leafy green veggies, fruits and water– you’ve got yourself a green smoothie (even if it’s purplish/brown).

You will get new recipes every Thursday along with a shopping list and a fun challenge to up your smoothie game. If you didn’t receive it, check your SPAM folder because it was sent out. We want to keep this challenge fun, affordable and simple. We don’t want to overwhelm you with exhaustive shopping lists and fancy hard-to-find ingredients.

I haven’t received my shopping list, am I signed-up for the challenge?

Please check your SPAM folder— some emails like to get lost in there. If that’s not the case, make sure you are signed up for the challenge in case you were unsubscribed along the way: 30-Day Green Smoothie Challenge.


I just found out about the challenge, can I still sign-up?

Yes, you can still sign-up, and you can do it here: 30-Day Green Smoothie Challenge. Our challenge is live, which means we cannot send challenge emails after the month of the challenge is over. Signing up means that you will be a part of any challenge in the future until you decide to leave (which we hope never happens!). So, if you signed up after a challenge, you will automatically be a part of the next one (challenges are in January, April, July, October).


Do I have to sign up for the challenge if I was a part of the last one?

If you’ve signed up for any green smoothie challenge in the past, then you don’t ever have to sign up again. You’ll keep receiving those good ‘ole monthly challenges until you unsubscribe (which we hope never happens)!  If you did try signing up again, anyway, then keep in mind that you won’t receive a confirmation email since you’re already a part of the list.


How many calories are in each green smoothie?

We personally don’t count calories, so we don’t include them in our recipes at this time. You’ll find that when you consume more nourishing whole fruits and veggies, you will not only feel full longer, but you’ll also have lessened cravings for high-calorie, nutritionally empty foods. So in the end it balances out. But we know many people would like to have calorie info. Three great resources for tracking calories are Self Nutrition Data and the phone apps My Fitness Pal and Lose It.


What do I do if I don’t have kale (or another leafy green) where I live?

Just swap it for 2 cups of a leafy green you do have access to. Your Farmer’s Market is a great place to see which leafy greens are in season. Here’s a list of some of our favorite leafy greens: rotate your greens.


Do I have to use frozen fruit?

We’ve had over 300,000 RAWKSTARS sign up for our 30-Day Challenge, and they are all over the world. So while we are having winter in California and Florida, someone is in Australia enjoying the summer. So feel free to purchase ingredients that are fresh or frozen. We like to use at least one frozen fruit to keep the smoothies chilly, but you could always add a little ice too.


Do I need a certain blender to make these smoothies?

You don’t need a fancy blender to make our smoothies– any blender will do. We want green smoothies to be available to everyone no matter what their budget is, so please don’t feel like you need an expensive blender to join the challenge. Here are two articles we wrote about blenders for you:

Best Blenders Under $120
Blendtex VS Vitamix

A tip to avoid leafy chunks is to blend your leafy greens and water first until you get a juice-like consistency. Then add the remaining ingredients and blend again.


What type of blender do you use?

Jen: For the past few years I have been using a Warner blender that I got for my wedding 8 years ago. It was a $70 blender that worked okay. It turned my produce into a smoothie, yet it left chunks of spinach and was very loud. It finally died and I immediately went online and bought a refurbished Vitamix 5200 for $329. It came within a week and  blends like a beast — no spinach leaf is left unblended when this bad boy is done. It’s insane.

Jadah: I use the Blendtec blender right now. I just love the Blendtec’s sleek design, and the 94oz BPA-free jug is awesome when you are making big batches for your family or prepping for a detox cleanse. Before I had a Blendtec I used the Magic Bullet (until the motor burned out) and the Thermomix, which is another high-powered blender.


Where can I buy those mason jars you use?

We adore mason jars for our green smoothies, feel free to visit our Amazon shop for mason jars, cups, cool lids, and other smoothie essentials by clicking here.  And don’t forget you can always wash out a spaghetti sauce jar for green smoothie mason jars too— that’s Jen signature move.


How many servings do your recipes make?

Most of our smoothies make about 4 – 5 cups (32 – 40 oz)– we call this family style. A serving size is 2 cups. So if you are making a smoothie for just one person, you can half the recipes and shopping lists. Or, save the leftovers for a second meal replacement, or drink the following day (now you only have to blend every other day). You can store leftover smoothies in an airtight container with a lid for 1 to 3 days. Fresh is always best, but you will still get plenty of the nutrients your body needs if you drink a leftover smoothie.


Can I store my green smoothie in the fridge?

Some people say you have to drink it “right away” to get the optimal nutrients from each blend. But if left in the fridge over-night for one to three days, the taste and satisfaction is still there. You also may add a small amount of lemon juice to preserve and keep the smoothie blend as fresh as possible. Your body is still reaping the benefits of consuming fruits and vegetables even if it is not consumed right away.


I am allergic to bananas (or pineapple, or mango, or…) what can I substitute with?

Got an allergy or an aversion to some fruits? Swap it out with a fruit that you love and adore. Can’t eat bananas? Switch it with more mango, peach, papaya, pear or an apple to sweeten it up. Or an avocado to make it thick and creamy.

Can’t do pineapples? Double up another ingredient already in the smoothie. If something calls for 1 cup of something you just can’t eat, swap it with 1 cup of a fruit you can eat. Mixed berries and mixed fruit bags that are frozen are a great replacement ingredient.

The best part is playing mini-chef with your blender. Not one smoothie will please everybody, but we promise over the next 30 days you will find a recipe that is your go-to smoothie. It will be the one you make for your friends and family and make them a green smoothie lover too. So explore, experiment, and smile!

Check out these yummy banana-free green smoothie recipes!


How do I make my smoothie “smooth” without leafy chunks?

If you have a high-speed blender like Blendtec and Vitamix, you will always have a perfectly smooth smoothie. But don’t let that stop you from making green smoothies if you have a regular blender. Healthy lifestyle choices can be made on any budget. My favorite tip to share about green smoothies is to blend your leafy greens and liquids first (water, almond milk or coconut water) until you get a juice-like consistency. You should be able to achieve this texture in 30 to 60 seconds. Once you have blended all of the leafy greens, then you can add the remaining ingredients.


Can I add a sweetener to my green smoothie?

We find that using whole fruits as natural sweeteners is the best way to sweeten your green smoothies. If you like the taste of bananas, you can add an extra banana or two whenever your smoothie is not sweet enough. Other natural sweeteners are dates and figs, which provide nutrients and fiber as well as a super sweet taste to your smoothie recipe. Some other alternatives are 100% fresh squeezed fruit juices, raw honey and 100% maple syrup.

Although you may add these sugar substitutes to your recipes, you will find that we do not add any sugars or sweeteners to our smoothie recipes unless it is a natural whole fruit. And please stay away from “0 calorie” sweeteners, they are made of artificial ingredients like aspartame which is so toxic to your body.

This smoothie is perfect for your sweet tooth: Almond Butter and “Jelly”


I’m on a tight budget— how can I get inexpensive produce?

If you are new to eating a lot of fruits and veggies, your grocery bill may be a little shocking with the extra fresh and frozen produce purchases. Over time, you will eliminate a lot of processed food items which will in turn bring your grocery bill back to normal. But here are a few quick tips to saving money on produce.

  • Make a shopping list: making a weekly meal planing list that covers what you will eat on a daily basis will help you only buy what you need. Make sure to include snacks in your meal plan and shopping list too.
  • Buy seasonal fruit and veggies: purchasing produce is in season is typically cheaper. And if you see a good deal on fresh fruits and veggies, purchase in bulk and freeze for future smoothies.
  • Buy out of season fruits frozen: Costco and Sam’s Club sell large bags of organic frozen fruit at good prices. If your freezer can accomodate bags in bulk, take advantage of making these purchases.
  • Buy from local fruit stands, farmer’s markets and CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture): For the tastiest and most fresh organic produce, buy locally. Not only has the produce been grown and harvested close to home, but buying locally also helps our environment buy eliminating the time and resources needed to deliver. Visit, to find your local farm, farmers markets, and other local food sources.
  • Follow the EWG’s Dirty Dozen: this list will help you know what is worth getting organic and what you can buy conventional.

“Health is like money, we never have a true idea of its value until we lose it.” —Josh Billings


Do you have a good recipe for weight loss?

If you want to burn fat, you want to include plant-based smoothie ingredients that have the following weight loss effects:

  • jump start your digestion
  • burn excess fat
  • reduce and expel bad cholesterol
  • provide energy for your cardiovascular system
  • detox and hydrate your body
  • promote healthy bowel movement
  • decrease your appetite for processed foods and sugars

The Kiwi Berry Punch is a low-calorie, nutrient-dense smoothie recipe that combine the best fruits and veggies for an optimal approach to healthy weight loss.

The best part about a green smoothie– you can use a smoothie as a low-calorie meal replacement because they are full of fiber which keeps your body feeling fuller longer. And if you want to take your health to the next level, we recommend checking out our Fresh Start: A 21-Day Cleanse (click here to learn more).


What are chia seeds and where can I get them?

We are obsessed with these tiny little crunchy seeds. We sprinkle them on top of smoothies, or put them inside our oatmeal with almond butter and almond milk. Many people ask what are the health benefits of chia seeds? Is there a difference between black chia seeds and white chia seeds? And where can I buy chia seeds? We have answered all your awesome questions right here: 6 Reasons Why We Love Chia Seeds.

You can buy chia seeds at your local health food store like Whole Foods or Trader Joes, or purchase online at Nutiva or on Amazon.

454 Responses to “Green Smoothie Challenge: FAQ”

  1. Julie 1.18.2016 at 9:41 am #

    I love green smoothies. I was wondering how you choose your ingredients- what is the rationale behind them? For instance, why are they dairy free (vs with yogurt or other dairy), why nut milks instead of soy, what is the benefit of maple syrup over other sweeteners, etc. I know a lot of the benefits, but I’d like to hear your take! Thanks! (If this is on your site and I just can’t find it, please just provide the link!)

    • SGS Rawkstar 1.18.2016 at 6:07 pm #

      Hi Julie,

      We love your questions, thank you so much for taking the time to reach out!

      We’ve talked with a lot of nutritionists and milk isn’t all that it’s been hyped up to be. Dairy is one of the highest diet allergies (and often goes undiagnosed), yet can cause inflammation and if you aren’t buying organic milk, you’re also getting doses of antibiotics, hormones, etc that can tip your own body out of whack. We just avoid milk for our family (and opt for almond milk). We get our calcium from plant-based sources mainly— broccoli, spinach and kale.

      It’s definitely a personal choice, and you just have to decide what works best for you and your family.

      Small amounts of organic, non-GMO soy are fine (like tamari and tempeh) but we recommend staying away from highly-processed unfermented soy products which can interfere with nutrient absorption and leach nutrients from your body. Soy milk, soy burgers, and soy ice cream are all in this category. Two great alternative to soy milk are unsweetened almond milk and coconut milk. We love them both!

      We love reaching for natural sweeteners, especially options with limited processing like maple syrup, honey, dates + bananas. We worked with our friend + nutritionist Meg Thompson to find the best options for adding sweetness to our favorite recipes, check them out here…

      Hope this helps answer your questions! Reach out anytime! :)

  2. Darra 1.17.2016 at 8:45 pm #

    Hi, I’m starting this late. Quick question, I notice that week 1 only has 3 recipes. I’m a bit confused. Do we do the 3 recipes and the repeat them til the end of the week, or do we just do the 3 recipes and then move on to week 2, or do we do the 3 recipes and then just do the beginners luck recipe for the rest of the week?
    Also I am always low in magnesium and iron. Which fruits, greens and liquids are higher in these so that I can substitute in these ingredients whenever I am short.

    • SGS Rawkstar 1.18.2016 at 8:16 am #

      Hi Darra,

      YAY! We’re so excited to have you join our January 30-Day Green Smoothie Challenge. Week 1 of our January challenge only has 3 recipes because we kicked-off on a Friday. So we gave you three recipes to get you through the weekend to Week 2. The rest of our challenge has 5 recipes per week, we use the weekends as “free days” to use up any remaining ingredients or re-blend our favorite recipes!

      Low in magnesium and iron? We love reaching for beets, spinach, arugula, chia seeds when in need of an extra iron boost. For magnesium we reach for bananas, TOCOS, nuts, and leafy greens.

      Hope this helps! :)

  3. wanda 12.31.2015 at 7:54 am #

    I have not received a shopping list or my recipes.

    • SGS Rawkstar 12.31.2015 at 1:58 pm #

      Hi Wanda,

      We’re so sorry our challenge emails haven’t reached your inbox. Have you taken a peek at your spam or promotions folder? Our emails have a habit of ending up in both locations. No where to be found? Send a quick message to our team at the link below and we’ll make sure you’re all set to start blendin’ tomorrow!

      Cheers :)

  4. El 12.2.2015 at 11:17 am #

    What about using frozen spinach – like from the freezer aisle, not fresh then frozen at home? Do you not recommend it? If it’s okay to use instead of fresh, how should it be measured? I ask as it’s usually a lot more compacted than fresh.

    Can’t wait to start the next challenge!

    • SGS Rawkstar 12.2.2015 at 12:56 pm #

      Hi El,

      Great question! We love blendin’ with frozen spinach. But frozen spinach from the grocery aisle doesn’t always yield the tastiest results. That’s why we like to freeze our own. Freezing your own greens is perfect for stocking up when your favorites are in season, or even better…on sale! Learn more about freezing your leafy greens here…

  5. Maria 11.20.2015 at 8:45 pm #

    Do you have green smoothie recipes for macular degeneration (wet). I am being treated for this condition and am looking for smoothies to help me.

  6. Mary 11.15.2015 at 6:40 pm #

    Can you tell me how to measure your greens? For instance, should I pack as much spinach as I can into the measuring cup? I’m afraid I’m packing too many greens in the cup and then the taste of the smoothie is off.

    • SGS Rawkstar 11.16.2015 at 5:51 pm #

      Hi Mary,

      We suggest tightly packing your leafy greens when measuring. Then again, we can’t get enough leafy greens. Check out Jen + Jadah measuring out their leafy greens and blending in this video here…

      • Maggie 1.4.2016 at 7:38 am #

        For Week 1 of the 30 day smoothie challenge, the shopping list calls for just 1 bag of fresh spinach (10-16 oz), but each of the three recipes calls for 2 cups of spinach. If these are to be tightly packed, then wouldn’t I need to get 3 bags of spinach? Thanks for your help! :)

      • SGS Rawkstar 1.4.2016 at 9:55 am #

        Hi Maggie,

        It’s all about knowing yourself + how you blend. Know that 1 (10-16oz) bag isn’t going to be enough. Pick up another 1 or 2!

  7. Kelly 10.30.2015 at 2:56 am #

    I haven’t received any emails since 3rd October – not even to my Junk folder – am gutted that I’ve missed out on the recipes since, especially as I’ve just had my 4th child 2 weeks ago and find the smoothies excellent for something quick to grab. Do I really have to wait until January now?

  8. Alberto 10.22.2015 at 9:40 am #

    Hey, I love dates, but I can’t get rid of chunks. Any advice on how to blend them once and for all? Thanks!

    • SGS Rawkstar 10.22.2015 at 10:22 am #

      Hi Alberto,

      Dates can be tough on your blender! We suggest soaking your dates in a little bit of water prior to blending to help soften them. Then when you’re ready to blend, blend your dates + liquid base first! Then add your remaining ingredients, + enjoy.

      Hope this helps!

  9. melissa 10.16.2015 at 7:43 am #

    Hi! I have been receiving the October recipes and was going to the store today for some ingredients. I wanted to look at week #2’s list of recipes and ingredients but I cannot find it in my email. Is there anyway to get that resent to my email or where can I find it? Thanks!

  10. Donna 10.11.2015 at 12:13 pm #

    Hi there. Looking for Week 3 recipes and shopping list. Loving the challenge. Thank you!

    • SGS Rawkstar 10.12.2015 at 6:04 pm #

      Hi Donna,

      We’re so sorry if our Week 3 email hasn’t reached your inbox. Please send a quick message to our team at the link below. They’ll make sure you receive our latest recipes + shopping list ASAP!

  11. Lou 10.3.2015 at 6:37 am #

    I’ve received week 2’s recipes but there are only 5, should there be 7?

    • SGS Rawkstar 10.3.2015 at 11:28 am #

      Hi Lou,

      Great question! We share 5 recipes for each week! We call the weekends “free days,” they’re perfect for using up any remaining fruits or leafy greens before your next shopping trip or re-blending your favorites!

      Thanks for joining our challenge!

  12. Eva 10.2.2015 at 4:06 pm #

    Hi!! So far loving this challenge!! We are so excited fir next weeks but haven’t received a new shoppong list or recipes. Did i miss them??
    Have a great weekend!


    • SGS Rawkstar 10.2.2015 at 6:57 pm #

      Hi Eva,

      Thanks for reaching out! We just sent our Week-2 recipes out this evening, so keep an eye on your inbox! No where to be found? Our apologizes! Please send a quick message message to our team at the link below + they’ll share our latest email, recipes, + shopping list with you right away!

      Cheers :)

      • Eva 10.3.2015 at 10:01 am #

        Sorry for being a pain!! nothing in my spam and I sent a message to the link above and still nothing. I received all previous emails thus far. I’m already hooked on green smoothies and would hate to miss any!! Help!!! :)

      • SGS Rawkstar 10.3.2015 at 11:39 am #

        Hi Eva,

        Thank you so much for reaching out + letting us know! I just sent you an email with all of the details for Week-2!

        Please reach out if you don’t see it or if you have any questions!

        Cheers :)

  13. Peggy Aldridge 10.1.2015 at 7:22 pm #

    I started the 30 day Green Smoothie Challenge today 10/1/15. I don’t drink caffeine and I only eat non processed foods and no dairy. I loved the beginners green smoothie this morning. I needed to find simple recipes with ingredients that are simple to find.
    Thank y’all so much and I am looking forward to completing this challenge with y’all.

  14. Fiddlin' 9.30.2015 at 5:35 am #

    I have thyroid issues and was told that leafy greens such as spinach and kale exacerbate these issues.
    But I have heard steaming these greens helps.
    Do you have other greens that do not interfere with thyroid issues? Have you heard steaming helps to make them less susceptible to interfering with thyroid issues? or what other things can I do to use these greens (or others)?

    • SGS Rawkstar 9.30.2015 at 6:55 am #

      Hi Fiddlin’,

      Thank you so much for reaching out! We enjoy our greens fresh as they make delicious green smoothies + you don’t lose any of the nutritional value, as you might during the cooking process. But we understand that certain health restrictions may prevent you from consuming leafy greens raw. For that reason, we suggest speaking with your physician (as we’re not doctors or nutritions) + doing what’s best for you + your body!

      Cheers to health, happiness, + leafy greens!

  15. eva 9.28.2015 at 4:56 pm #

    Hi! My husband and I are starting the 30 day challenge and would like to use a smoothie as a meal replacement to hopefully shed some pounds. Can you tell me what are some types of plant based protein powders? Thanks!!

    • SGS Rawkstar 9.28.2015 at 6:52 pm #

      Hi Eva,

      Yay! We’re so excited to have you + your husband join us for our October 30-Day Challenge! Looking for the best protein powder to add to your green smoothies, we love reaching for plant-based options like hemp + brown rice protein.

      Want to learn more about using your green smoothie as a meal replacement, check out our post here…

      Cheers :)

  16. Dianna 9.28.2015 at 8:27 am #

    I see in the tips you talk about preping ingredients once a week and freezing them I’m Mason jars. But you also say to blend greens with liquid first. What is the best way to blend greens first when they are frozen and how do you get it all out of the has easily with out it sticking or being difficult to get out?

    • Maria 9.28.2015 at 11:33 am #

      Hi Dianna- all you have to do is put all ingredients in your mason jar except for liquid and chia seeds/flax seeds. Put the berries in first, soft fruit like bananas next and leafy greens last. That way, when you are ready to blend, take mason jar out 10-15mins before ready to blend, put your liquid and leafy greens in, blend and then add rest of ingredients. You can also do this in zip lock bags but mason jars are more earth friendly. Hope this helps.

  17. David 8.23.2015 at 8:23 pm #

    Is there anything wrong with Greek yogurt?

  18. Susana Barker 8.15.2015 at 4:08 am #

    My name is Susana Barker, i am a housewife. I has a fat body so i want to find a best tip to weight loss. Thank for shared!

    • SGS Rawkstar 8.17.2015 at 7:21 am #

      Hi Susana,

      Thank you so much for reaching out! We’re mama’s too, and can definitely relate to the struggles of taking care of our own bodies, when we dedicate so much of ourselves to taking care of others. Here are some tips to help you along your weight loss journey…

      If you want to burn fat, you want to include plant-based smoothie ingredients that have the following weight loss effects:

      -Jump start your digestion
      -Burn excess fat
      -Reduce and expel bad cholesterol
      -Provide energy for your cardiovascular system
      -Detox and hydrate your body
      -Promote healthy bowel movement
      -Decrease your appetite for processed foods and sugars

      The Kiwi Berry Punch is a low-calorie, nutrient-dense smoothie recipe that combine the best fruits and veggies for an optimal approach to healthy weight loss.

      The best part about a green smoothie–you can use a smoothie as a low-calorie meal replacement because they are full of fiber which keeps your body feeling fuller longer.

      Reach out with any questions, we’re always here!! Cheers :)

  19. Lori Jo 8.11.2015 at 5:01 am #

    I have found that I have gained weight, when I first started I lost 4 lbs it come back with a few more. Is it possible that the high fructose fruits could do this? Getting discouraged.

    • SGS Rawkstar 8.11.2015 at 10:59 am #

      Hi Lori,

      Thanks for reaching out! Everyone’s body is different, so everyone’s body responds differently to adding green smoothies to their lifestyle. How are you adding green smoothies to your diet?

  20. Ashley 8.3.2015 at 9:25 am #


    I loved participating in the Green Smoothie Challenge but I signed up a week late and I never got the Week 1 recipes. I want to keep making the smoothies from the challenge, but the webpages that had the recipes on your blog no longer work. Can you help? I’m a bit obsessive and I want the recipes from every week! (I saved the emails from weeks 2-5). I even bought the recipe cards, but they don’t tell me which recipes were from week 1.

    • SGS Rawkstar 8.3.2015 at 7:38 pm #

      Hi Ashley,

      We’re so excited to hear you enjoyed our recipes + 30 Day Challenge! Missed a few of our recipes? Our challenges are live so they’re no longer available on our website, but check out our Facebook or Instagram for any recipes from Week 1.

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