Monday, October 8, 2012

Just Juice : cell vibrating goodness

Go Green

Dis-ease occurs in your body as a result of an imbalance and thrives in many forms in an acidic PH. Green vegetables make your PH more alkaline and provides an abundance of vitamins, minerals, trace elements and phytonutrients which enhance your well being and make you feel more vibrant. So power up your life with green.

For this Green Power I used the following in my home juicer:
Spinach, celery, pear, green bell pepper,kiwi, apple, broccoli, cucumber, homegrown mint and chives.

Here's to your health! Salute!

Very Vibrant Variety

There have been volumes written about the benefits of juicing. Not many shop bought juices can compare in taste and nutritive value to freshly juiced fruits and vegetables done in your home. Whenever we drink these juices at my home my entire family ooh's and aah's at the amazing flavor they are experiencing and we always feels as though every cell in our bodies start to vibrate from the life enhancing nutrients they receive.

Juicing helps you to absorb the nutrients from the raw foods you are juicing more readily and it's an easy and delicious way for you to add a wide variety of fruits and vegetables to your daily diet. Try to use pesticide free fruits and veggies and drink it straight away or store in the refrigerator in a clean glass bottle for a short period of time only.
For this vibrant variety juice I used the following in my home juicer:
Watermelon, apples,kiwis, grapes, pears, strawberries and oranges.

I have never tasted anything better! Cheers!

Apples, pears and grapes:

Here's a delicious way to enjoy the nutrients found in apples, pears and grapes. Juice them together to create an extraordinary taste sensation. Juice them in their skins to enhance nutritive value. It couldn't be more simple!

Apples give you vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin B6, calcium, iron, potassium, carbohydrates in the form of natural fructose, fiber and a small amount of protein (1g per fruit).
Pears give you vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin B6,  copper, magnesium, iron, fiber and carbohydrates in the form of fructose and a small amount of protein (1g per fruit).
Red grapes give you vitamin K, vitamin C, vitamin B6, potassium, magnesium, zinc, iron, phosphorus, a small amount of protein, fiber, carbohydrates, antioxidants called polyphenols including resveratrol and flavonoids. Salute!

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