Posted by sean on May 7, 2006 at 8:18 pm in Shopping with No Comments


This afternoon I went to Sainsbury’s and spent £13.00 on fruit smoothies. The last few weeks I have been drinking these tasty drinks every morning after reading about how good they are for you on my friend Dan’s website.

Originally I started on JL’s, the only type of smoothie sold in my local grocery shop. When I discovered these were partly made from concentrate I thought it was wise to try something better. After all, if you’re going to drink a fresh, healthy drink you may as well go for the best.

Today I bought 4 cartons of blackberry and blueberry Innocent smoothies at £3.25 each. According to the website each carton contains 432 crushed blueberries, 48 crushed blackberries, 2 crushed bananas and 10 pressed apples.

It’s great how something so nice can be so good for you. I have always tried to eat a lot of fruit and vegetables (and as I’m not a 15 stone fatso I must be doing something right). However working 8 hours a day it can sometimes be difficult to find the time to have the 5 pieces of fruit and vegetables health “experts” recommend. These smoothies are great as I can get a massive serving of goodness in 1 glass, they make a quick, tasty and filling breakfast too!

So let’s all start drinking these wonderful drinks. Throw the Coca Cola and 7Up in the bin and maybe we’ll all live until we’re 100 (and have to keep working until we’re 80 with urine soiled underwear).

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