This combo goes to show you that throwing in all the fruit & veggies from your fridge (in the right proportion) can turn out well. Celery, cucumber, carrot, green pepper, garden pepper, strawberry, orange, apple were all the produce we had. They pack a power disease fighting potion that help to keep your body running like a well oiled machine. Cucumber (4th most widely cultivated veggie in the world) is great for anti inflammatory purposes and Bell peppers are chock full of Vitamin A & C w/ a whopping 105% & 291% respectively per serving.
1lb strawberries, 6 oz blueberry, 5 carrots, wedge lime, wedge lemon, 1 navel orange, 1 pear
Due to the wacky weather this year - there is a bumper crop of strawberries that need to be consumed from FL and CA. Take advantage of the low prices and get juicing one of natures sweetest gifts.
Blueberries are good for getting your eyes to adjust to the night - and give you better visual acuity.
The strawberry is really a wonder- it is one of the eight foods most linked to lower rates of cancer (according to a study in NJ with over 1200 elderly people. They are loaded with anticancer compound ellagic acid. Folks in the study who consumed the most strawberries were 3x less likely to develop cancer as those who ate them infrequently!
This drink will give you a rush so a little goes a long way. Plus if you are having a party - a little rum and ice will have your guests taste buds doing somersaults.
4 oranges, 2 lemons, 5 leaves kale, 1/2 bunch parsley, 1/2 head cauliflower, 1/2 a pinkie finger sized hunk of ginger
Please trust me that this blend tastes fantastic, your head will spin around like Beetlejuice and you'll wish you doubled the portion. Put ginger in your next drink for a little zing and reap all the health benefits:
8 Kale leaves, 8 sprigs Parsley, 1 bunch Celery , 3 Oranges, 2 Grapefruit, half bag baby Carrots, 1 Lemon
Did you know it was common for our ancient ancestors to eat up to six pounds of leaves per day. Walking along from one place to another, just picking and eating leaves as they went. Can you imagine eating a grocery bag full of greens each and every day? Few of us even eat the minimum USDA recommendations of 3 cups of dark green vegetables per week. And yet, these veggies deliver a bonanza of vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients
3 Orange, 5 Grapefruit, 1 lemon, handful of baby carrots
Vitamin A,C monster - need a lift or a little help powering thru a stressful day or maybe if your feeling like a cold may be coming on? Juice up this combo to amp up your immune system
5 Clementine Oranges, 5 large dandelion leaves, 1/4 head cauliflower, 1/4 pineapple, 1 small cube freshly skinned ginger
In addition to being a unwelcome weed on your lawn, dandelion leaves are a spectacular source of: potassium, calcium, sodium, magnesium, and iron in the kitchen. They help the body fight off any bone ailments, decay of the teeth, and a variety of other prevalent issues.
Dandelion is very bitter, so you need to really go easy with your ratio to other ingredients. We used the very sweet Clementine oranges and pineapple to counteract the strong flavor, and bit of ginger to mask it a bit more.
In addition to the beautiful hue, red cabbage packs this mixture with Vitamin A,C,K,B6, Potassium, and Maganese - Oranges, grapes and fresh ginger give it great taste - the base is cucumber, red bell pepper, celery, cauliflower, carrots. Don't always limit your combos to two or three ingredients.