Get Juicy this Summer!

Fresh pressed, green juices are a nutritious, mineral rich, vitamin packed way to start your day!



There's nothing more refreshing and alkalising for the body than a fresh, pressed green juice!

For these recipes I recommend using a masticating juicer machine. A masticating juicer, efficiently crushes and presses the fruits and vegetables using a single-auger. It operates at a slower speed and will not heat up and oxidize as much as other types. When properly cleaned and cared for, a good quality juicer is an excellent investment for a lifetime of good health.


Below are two of my "go to" juices when I'm feeling sluggish, and need a boost! They are both great for detoxifying the body of heavy metals, cleansing the blood, clearing lymphatic stagnation and flushing the kidneys. Aside from being delicious and refreshing, they help balance blood sugar levels for long lasting energy, all day long.








*Note: Each recipe makes a serving of roughly one Cup (236ml)
*Amount varies due to fruit and veg size factors. I invite you to get creative and add or more of less of what you like!




The Light, the Lean & the Green




Ingredients:


  • 2 cups organic spinach

  • 2 cups organic kale

  • 1/2 cup packed fresh, organic basil leaves

  • 1/2 cup packed fresh, organic mint (stalks and all)

  • 4 organic celery stalks

  • 2 seeded organic cucumbers, quartered lengthwise

  • 2 tablespoons organic ginger, peeled & roughly chopped

  • 2 organic green apples, quartered and cored


Method:

Add all the ingredients into the juicer to process. Pour in a glass or glasses and enjoy!





Beets me!




Ingredients:


  • 1 large organic beetroot or 2 small ones,top removed, peeled and quartered

  • 2 large organic carrots

  • 1-2 organic Gala apples, quartered and cored

  • 3 organic celery stalks

  • 1/2 organic lemon peeled

  • 2 tablespoons organic, fresh turmeric, roughly chopped

  • pinch of black pepper


Method:

Add all the ingredients into the juicer to process. To activate the turmeric, add the pinch of black pepper into the juice and stir in. Pour in a glass or glasses and enjoy!


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