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Smoothie Diet Reviews!

At Verywell, we believe there is no one-size-fits-all approach to a healthy lifestyle. Successful eating plans need to be individualized and take the whole person into consideration. Prior to starting a new diet plan, consult with your healthcare provider or a registered dietitian, especially if you have an underlying health condition.

What Is the Smoothie Diet?
The 21-Day Smoothie Diet, created by health coach Drew Sgoutas, claims that replacing some of your meals with smoothies will lead to quick and easy weight loss.1 As with so many weight-loss plans, including restrictive diets like this one, the details are important.

What Can You Eat?
On the 21-Day Smoothie Diet, followers prepare and drink two smoothies a day as meal replacements. The smoothie ingredients vary, focusing on lots of fruits and vegetables with some protein and healthy fats.


The diet's e-book offers some guidance on the one solid-food meal followers are advised to consume each day (including recommendations for what to eat and some "whole food" recipes), as well as suggestions for low-sugar, high-fiber snacks. You are also allowed to eat normally one day per week, so long as the meals adhere to the recommendations in the e-book.


What You Need to Know
The strict "detox" plan replaces all three daily meals with smoothies for three days. On the 21-day plan, you'll consume two meal-replacement smoothies (breakfast and lunch), one solid-food meal, and a few snacks. Though not a part of Sgoutas’ "official" smoothie diet, some plan for a "flex day" to make the diet more sustainable.

Is the Smoothie Diet a Healthy Choice for You?
In general, fruit smoothies tend to contain calories from carbohydrates and a small amount of fat. But to provide a well-rounded meal, they also need a good source of lean protein. Protein helps build muscle, which you need to maintain a healthy metabolism. A diet consisting of mostly smoothies would likely fall short of meeting your daily intake of protein.

Smoothie diets like the 21-Day Smoothie Diet are popular, but you'll also find similarities between this diet and other short-term, low-calorie, meal-replacement diets such as SlimFast. Be aware that these diets do not meet expert advice on healthy eating plans.

Health Benefits
It is likely that people will lose weight quickly when they start the 21-Day Smoothie Diet because they are cutting calories (while also potentially cutting nutrients like protein and healthy fats). But replacing meals with liquids, and living on so few calories, isn't something that most people can safely continue to do for the long term.

Final Verdict
While you can get recipe ideas from "The Smoothie Diet" e-book, consider making your own healthy smoothies and using them as one part of a sensible, balanced eating plan. For best results, measure each ingredient and tally the complete calorie count for your drink. This could save you from making a common weight loss mistake—underestimating the impact of liquid calories.