Crunched on time in the morning? We get it. The solution is taking one step of your routine and making it way easier. The perfect place to start: preparing your snacks and meals for the day.
Instead of working over a hot stove or fussing around with a blender, opt for something that only requires taking off the lid. Fruitlove spoonable smoothies (located in the yogurt aisle at the store) are packed with three to six real fruits and veggies and are an excellent source of vitamins A, B1, B3, and also a good source of protein and calcium.
The smoothies will leave you full and with extra time on your hands—time that's better spent doing other things, like tidying up a bit before heading out the door. An extra 15 minutes can go a long way, trust us!
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