Juicing

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Here is a simple recipe that you can play with to discover your own favourite mix of fruit and vegetables in a healing juice.

Vegetable Juice

Vegetable juice is a great way to boost your health results, and also a part of The Lucy Rose Clinic 3-Week Detox program.
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Servings 1 Cup

Equipment

  • Slow press or Centrifugal juicer

Ingredients
  

  • 2 large carrots chopped to fit into your juicer
  • 1 small beetroot chopped to fit into your juicer
  • 2 cups baby spinach chopped to fit into your juicer
  • 2 stalks Celery – with leaves chopped to fit into your juicer
  • 1/2 Cucumber chopped to fit into your juicer
  • 1 cup Cabbage chopped to fit into your juicer
  • 2 cup Romain lettuce chopped to fit into your juicer

Fruit – it can only take up total 30% of your finished juice

  • 1 Apple chopped to fit into your juicer
  • 1 Orange chopped to fit into your juicer
  • 1 cup Strawberries chopped to fit into your juicer
  • 1 Pear chopped to fit into your juicer
  • 1 cup Pineapple chopped to fit into your juicer

Optional BOOSTS for taste and nutrition

  • 1 inch Ginger root chopped to fit into your juicer
  • 1 inch Turmeric root chopped to fit into your juicer
  • 1/2 cup Leafy herbs – eg parsley, basil, coriander, mint chopped to fit into your juicer
  • 1/2 cup Wheat grass chopped to fit into your juicer (it doesn't contain gluten)

Instructions
 

  • Choose up to 4 ingredients (excluding the BOOST list) and use a juicer to make your juice. Drink immediately.

Notes

Vegetable Juice – x 1 cup per day – fresh is best – borrow, purchase or get your juicer
out of storage. It is easier to pre-cut your veggies for a few days and keep them in the
fridge.
If you cannot get a juicer – worst-case scenario Nudie Juice have a premade juice that has beetroot, apple, carrot, pineapple, and mint. Woolworths sell them in the cold section where the other juices are.
Try not to use more than 4 vegetables in a juice. Sometimes you may experience diarrhea when you consume the vegetable juice, this can be a normal process as long as it’s not too severe. Don’t be too concerned as this is nature doing a little house cleaning.
70% of the juice needs to come from vegetables, as the fruit is quickly absorbed and therefore the vegetable has to wait. This can cause fermentation and can be one of the causes of gas problems.
Eating live foods results in vibrant cells which create a vibrant healthy body. The sun’s rays activate the enzymes in naturally grown foods. Live foods fuel us with this life force present in their enzymes and nutrients. Those nutrients cleanse the body of accumulated toxins and wastes.
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