We can all agree that smoothies are a great way to make sure you're fitting in a few servings of vegetables and fruits, along with the fiber, vitamins, and minerals that come with them. Smoothies can be a great breakfast or snack if balanced out with protein and healthy fats, too, but the frozen ingredients that often give smoothies their signature creaminess don't completely jive with cold winter temps.
If you dabble in Ayurveda (which involves eating with the seasons, for your body type, or how your body is feeling at a particular time), you might know that eating cold things while it's cold outside doesn't exactly help your body function at its best. We asked some Ayurvedic experts to weigh in on what we can do to make our smoothies more winter-friendly. Following a few of these tips could help promote better digestion, immunity, and more energy all winter long.