I’m on a role with summer drinks so here’s another refreshing drink close to nectar.  If you’ve got a sweet tooth (ahem…me) then you’ll probably like the sound (and taste) of this honeydew melon and kiwi smoothie recipe as much as I do. Instead of sugar, the honeydew melon  adds the perfect amount of sweetness to keep sugar cravings at bay. Try this recipe and let me know what you think:


2 cups of honeydew, cubed
1 Granny Smith apple, chopped
1 kiwi fruit, peeled and chopped
2 tablespoons of agave syrup

1 tablespoon of lemon juice
1 cup of ice cubes


  1. Blend the honeydew melon, kiwi, apple, syrup and lemon juice until smooth
  2. Add ice cubes to the blend and continue to blend until it resembles a slushie. Serve cold.



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  1. 26th August 2015 / 1:32 PM

    It’s like crack. Or booze. Or anything that gives you a tpomerary feeling of comfort. It must be avoided. Once you’ve been able to ween yourself off the addiction, any small taste will likely lead you back to the place you don’t want to be. These idiots who say, “don’t deprive yourself,” are sort of like functional alcoholics. Sure, they can keep a job and live lives they think are suitable…but really, who are they kidding? They’re still drunks. It’s the same with food addicts. It’s the same with any addict. If your friend had a crack problem, would you suggest to them to take just a taste? Hell no! So why do people tempt those who are trying to be healthy with unhealthy treats? Because misery loves company and there’s nothing better than shooting up with someone else. The food we find today in most supermarkets and restaurants are designed to hook you. They are produced by huge cartels like the Colombian drug lords. Their aim is to hook you on something that tastes good, causes you harm, but is almost impossible for you to resist. And the powers that support these merchants of misery are cleverly disguised to fool the unobservant. But that’s capitalism in the society we choose to live. If you wanna eat a gallon of ice cream or down two large pizzas, that’s your choice. And you’re told you have the right to do that and should feel good about it. And you do, because damn it…you’re an American! But should you? The only difference between illegal drugs and the food most people eat today, is that you buy one from a creep on the street and the other from a clown at the drive-thru.

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