Today is back to work for me, which while unfortunately means less sleep, also means back to my healthy living routine. Less Christmas cookies, more salads.
As a part of my New Year’s Resolution to eat more vegetables and less meat, I also resolved to juice more. I have been collecting juice and smoothie recipes as well as creating my own. Today I made my own version of a green lemonade.
*1 Granny Smith Apple
*1 inch Ginger
*1 Handful Spinach
*1 Handful Mixed Greens
I will warn you, this juice does not appear to be very appealing but is in fact quite refreshing! I forgot to snap a pic- next time!
Fights infection, lowers blood pressure, aids in disease prevention, lowers risk of various cancers, improves complexion, aids in digestion and purifies the liver, prevents colds and urinary track infections, relieves gastric distress.
Plays a role in cancer treatment and prevention. Reduces pain and inflammation. Provides heartburn, migraine and menstrual cramp relief. Prevents diabetes, colds & the flu and has been proven to relieve nausea due to morning sickness.
Anti-cancer and anti-inflamatory properties. Full of anti-oxidants such as vitamin C, vitamin E, beta-carotene, manganese, zinc and selenium which fight high blood pressure and osteoporosis. Improves vision, complexion, fights infection, strengthens bones and strengthens the nervous system.
Protects against diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, various cancers, diabetes, reduce cholesterol, strengthens heart, relieves gastric distress, detoxifies the liver and boosts the immune system.
Contain vitamins A and C, as well as calcium, iron which can reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer, high blood pressure & diabetes. Strengthens the immune system and keeps the skin and eyes healthy.
I’ll be back tomorrow with another delicious juice recipe!