If you're a green smoothie virgin you might want to check out my how to make a green smoothie taste good page.
Here's a gorgeous green smoothie to get you started. Have fun and experiment with your favorite fruits and leafy greens.
Into your blender add:
Blend and enjoy :)
If you enjoy eating your smoothies with a spoon then add as little water as possible to your blender. You may not need to add any water at all!
Another way to create thicker smoothies is to use frozen fruit or ice cubes - Lovely in the summer ;)
If you're interested in food as medicine then I recommend you treat yourself to the book Power Juices, Super Drinks: Quick, Delicious Recipes to Prevent and Reverse Disease by Steve Meyerowitz. This is my all time favorite Juicing and Smoothie reference book. It's jam-packed with useful information, clearly indexed, easy to read, and includes recipes for over a 100 different ailments; everything from headaches and weight loss to cancer. Look things up by ingredient or by ailment and discover recipes that are based on recent scientific research to help your body heal.