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    Recipe #414720

    From: Juicing For Health “5 Must Have Juice Recipes” Recipes”http://www.easytojuice.com/?hop=homebound Celery Low in calories, but high in sodium, celery is a great way to add more of a savory taste to your juices. The following two recipes use celery to balance out the sweetness of the other ingredients. This recipe is a great one when you are pressed for time.

    Recipe #414718

    From: Juicing For Health “5 Must Have Juice Recipes” Recipes”http://www.easytojuice.com/?hop=homebound

    Recipe #414706

    From: Juicing For Health “5 Must Have Juice Recipes” Recipes”http://www.easytojuice.com/?hop=homebound Carrots: Carrots are a great base for your juice recipes. They provide a lot of liquid volume when juiced and are slightly sweet. When you find yourself in the mood for more of a sweet juice go with carrots, or apples, or both! Carrots also provide an excellent source of nutrition. An eight ounce glass of carrot juice has more than 10 times the recommended daily allowance of vitamin A as well as the equivalent vitamin C of a couple of bananas. Strong in beta-carotenes, some researchers suggest that carotenes provide anti-cancer properties. Of course you can start with just juicing a couple of carrots in your juicer (and I recommend that you do) just to get the taste.

    Recipe #414705

    From: Juicing For Health “5 Must Have Juice Recipes” Recipes”http://www.easytojuice.com/?hop=homebound Beets Beets have been used as medicine and nutrition going back to ancient Greek and Roman times. The greens from beets can be used in your recipes and contains many important minerals. Try juicing both with and without the greens to see which taste you prefer. It is important to get the proportions correct with some vegetables and most juicing experts recommend keeping a 1:4 ratio of beets other vegetables. For example 1 beet for every 4 carrots, ¼ beet for every carrot. The following recipe keeps this proportion. It also contains cucumber which is very cooling and refreshing when juice solo or in combination with other vegetables. Long used as a treatment for eyes in solid form the juice is said to be very good for your skin.

    Recipe #414704

    From: Juicing For Health “5 Must Have Juice Recipes”http://www.easytojuice.com/?hop=homebound Caution: Avoid purchasing apples that have been waxed. The wax can trap pesticides on the surface of the skin of the fruit making it very difficult to remove harmful substances. Again... organic is better if your budget allows. Beets Beets have been used as medicine and nutrition going back to ancient Greek and Roman times. The greens from beets can be used in your recipes and contains many important minerals. Try juicing both with and without the greens to see which taste you prefer. It is important to get the proportions correct with some vegetables and most juicing experts recommend keeping a 1:4 ratio of beets other vegetables. For example 1 beet for every 4 carrots, ¼ beet for every carrot. The following recipe keeps this proportion. It also contains cucumber which is very cooling and refreshing when juice solo or in combination with other vegetables. Long used as a treatment for eyes in solid form the juice is said to be very good for your skin.

    Recipe #414703

    From: http://hitsusa.com/blog/277/dr-oz-green-drink/ Dr Oz Green Drink Recipe- As seen on Oprah, here is the recipe for the Dr. Oz green drink that’s all the rage for healthy raw food intake.

    Recipe #414702


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