Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez discusses the benefits and value of juicing. He talks about why it can be so beneficial for the body and who might want to try it.
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This watermelon juice has loads of fresh, hydrating greens like cucumber, romaine lettuce, and celery, not to mention our superfood friend, kale! Plus, it’s got lime and watermelon to sweeten it up and hydrate the body. Next time you need something refreshing, give this a go.
Watermelon Green Juice
- 1 small-medium head of organic romaine lettuce
- 3 cups cubed watermelon
- 1 cucumber (peeled if not organic)
- 2 small limes (peeled)
- 5 stalks of organic celery
- 5 stalks of organic kale
Wash and prepare all of your produce, cutting to fit your juicer’s shute if necessary.
Start by juicing your romaine lettuce. If your juicer has settings, use the lowest one for the lettuce.
Then, juice the remaining ingredients.
Fresh juice is best immediately after you make it; however, it will pack a good nutrient punch for up to 24 hours after it’s made if stored in an airtight container, filled to the very top, and sealed with a lid. (Sometimes I’ll add a little water if I don’t have enough juice to fill it to the top.) Mason jars with resealable lids work great for this.
Store in your refrigerator.
(NaturalNews) Late last year as I was conducting atomic spectroscopy tests on foods and nutritional supplements, I publicly asked whether juicing would turn out to be a safe practice due to the removal of all the fiber during the juicing process. Many heavy metals, it turns out, stick to plant fibers such as fruit pectin. Mercury is especially good at sticking to fibers, which is why I was able to show that strawberries and peanut butter are both excellent at binding with dietary mercury.
(NaturalNews) Summer is a great time to create refreshing and cleansing juices. With summer produce and hotter temperatures in full swing, it is the perfect way to keep cool and nourish your body with nutrients that can be lost in the summer heat. Here are three recipes that can get the juice party started.