Daily green juice - Wellness By Jessica

Daily green juice

May 10, 2019

Daily green juice

I often encourage patients to start the habit of drinking a green drink in the morning, this could be in the form of a green; juice, smoothie or ready to drink powder. Greens’ are packed with vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients essential to great health, and a green drink is a good way to ensure that you getting a dose of these nutrients each day.


Many mornings I start with a green juice before breakfast and I wanted to share my recipe with you.

DAILY GREEN JUICE

Ingredients:

2 large curly kale leaves

2 celery ribs

1/2 cucumber

1 lemon, skin removed

1 cup of pineapple

knob of ginger

 

Method:

1. Wash all fruit and vegetables

2. Cut into manageable pieces for your juicer

3. Juice all fruit and vegetables

4. Serve over ice and enjoy.





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