Simple Juicing Suggestions

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Simple Juicing Suggestions

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Drinking fresh juice is one of the most healing and cleansing things you can do for your body. Since your body is not working hard to digest, the nutrients are absorbed immediately and this offers your body’s cells an opportunity to cleanse and rejuvenate.

I do recommend you use a good quality juicer, such as a Green Star or Omega/Huron. These juicers are very thorough giving you the most juice from fruits and vegetables with little pulp remaining. These juicers are able to juice wheat grass and green leafy vegetables as well as fruits and more solid vegetables. The Champion Juicer is better for straight fruit juices, such as orange juice, because it is not as thorough with the pulp and the juice is more drinkable. Please contact Janet if you are interested in one of these juicers as I am able to offer discount pricing.


Begin light with just:

  • Apple
  • Celery

Then consider adding any of the following:

  • Romaine, parsley or cilantro
  • Kale, collards, dandelion, spinach or any green you have on hand
  • Be sure to consider beet and carrot tops as they are highly nutritious greens
  • Beets
  • Carrots
  • Cucumber
  • Lemons or Oranges or Limes
  • Cabbage
  • Burdock Root
  • Broccoli (or just the stems you removed and typically discard)
  • Pears
  • Grapes (with the seeds if you can find them)
  • Pomegranates
  • Fresh Cranberries
  • Sweet red peppers
  • Wheat Grass
  • Sprouts
  • Parsley, apple, and celery
  • Apple, celery, and lemon
  • Apple, celery, and burdock root
  • Apple, celery, and cucumber
  • Apple, peach, cucumber, green pepper, red pepper, parsley
    Carrot, cucumber, sprouts, greens, and lemon
  • Cucumber, celery, lemon, ginger, kale, and apple
  • Kale, dandelion, spinach, cucumber, burdock root, celery, apple, lemon or orange
  • Kale, cucumber, celery, spinach, parsley, collards, lemon, and apple
  • Kale, celery, apple, lemon, carrot, cucumber, and fresh ginger
  • Carrot, beet, Swiss chard, parsley, apple and lemon
  • Wheat grass, spinach, celery, carrots or beets, and apple
  • You can juice just about any fruit and vegetable. If you have an overabundance of something from your garden in the summer, don’t hesitate to throw it in the juicer.