Green Juice Recipe | Green Goddess

| May 2, 2012 | 12 Comments

1  green goddess Green Juice Recipe | Green Goddess

2 green apple
1 inch knob ginger
6 large stalks celery
1 cucumber
1 bunch of parsley
1 bunch of kale
1/2 lemon (with peel, if organic)

A refreshing green juice loaded with lots of minerals and vitamins that support healthy bones.

Nutrients

Beta-carotene, folic acid, vitamin B3, iron, vitamin K, vitamin C, calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, sodium, sulphur

Benefits

Cucumber – Minimizes joint swelling, strengthens bones and ligaments
Granny Smith Apple – Stabilizes blood sugar
Celery – Improves bone density (calcium)
Parsley – Provides iron-boost
Kale – Increases vascularity
Lemon – Improves skin tone

Tip: Always use organic produce as much as possible. Check out the top 12 produce (known as the dirty dozen ) you must buy organic due to high levels of cancer causing pesticides here.

Vegetable Facts:Kale has more nutritional value for fewer calories than most foods. Kale and celery are excellent sources for vitamin K. 100 grams of Kale provides more than 700% for the recommended intake of vitamin K. Vitamin-K help increase bone mass by promoting bone formation and strengthening.

Cucumber is a very cooling fruit. Did you know that the inside flesh can be up to twenty degrees cooler than the exterior skin?

Vitamin-K help increase bone mass by promoting osteotrophic activity in the bones

Try this green juice recipe. Let me know what you think. Post questions or comments down below.  Make sure to share this green juice recipe with everyone. Want more healthy juice recipes? Click here.

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Talk soon,

Mariam (Green Juice Goddess)

 

About the author

Mariam Turay Author: Mariam Turay is a passionate natural health advocator & health researcher. An expert in juicing, human nutrition and plant based nutrition, she has helped many lose weight naturally and regained their health. She has a strong passion to help transform the lives and health of her fellow human beings through whole living foods and the healing powers of fresh vegetable and fruit juices. This simple approach has helped her lose excess weight and regain her health and vitality.Google

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  1. take a potato peeler to the outside of the celery where the strand stuff is first peel that off then juice away

  2. Ginger O'Brien says:

    awwww you love me ;-)

  3. Darren Hurley says:

    I tried this juice this morning. It was very "green", but I really liked it. I did bump up the ginger just a bit, because I love ginger. I have an Omega VRT juicer, and I find that even using the no pulp grater I still get a lot of pulp. I also find that celery kind of jams up my juicer. Any suggestions?

  4. Kellie says:

    I love your recipes and I LOOOOOOOVE GREEN JUICES and the way they make my body feel. Currently on Day 5 of the most effortless detox I have ever done…(absence of resistance= CHOOSING it rather than suffering through it as I have in the past!)

    My question is about tomato juice- based drinks (like bloody marys w/o booze). If I am correct cooked tomatoes produce more lycopene. Would it be more advantageous to do the traditional “cooked tomato” juice recipe or keep it all raw?

    Love your articles & keep bumping into you online! You are truly an inspiring lady!

    Kellie Grillo

  5. Hi, i am new to all of this and i was just thinking to myself where am i going to find organic produce and to what expense. I have 3 children, myself & hubby. I then received this link about 20 mins ago. Yay!! I hope can manage this i can persuade my children to drink this stuff however i dont know about hubby he works hard but Always tired!!! And never wants to anything new arrrgggh!!

  6. Making this today with my health nut pal squeeze! Let you all know how it taste:)

  7. Lucio says:

    What should I use to clean my juicer? Is regular dish soap OK?

  8. Frankie says:

    Great info thanks. I have been juicing for 4 month. Started juicing breakfast for 3 month. And now juicing twice a day. My lunch is 2 apples and like 12oz of mixed nuts. Have lost 54lbs from 340 to 286. No my juices have this: carrot, beet, cucumber, celery, spinach, parsley, romaine lettuce, red apple, lemon, ginger, jalapeño and strawberries all that together. I also add chia seeds and spirulina. I will continue this until I reach 220lbs. I have a Facebook page where I put my progress http://Facebook.com/BoricuasJuicingForHealth. Good luck to you!!!

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