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1 medium carrot
1 stalk celery
1/2 cucumber
1 cup pineapple
1 apple (my addition)
1/4 medium beet
1 handful parsley
1 handful kale (I used spinach because I am out of kale)
3 small slices ginger root

Nutritional Information:

Pineapple is an excellent source of vitamin C, as well as vitamins B1, B6, and minerals manganese, and copper. It is also a good source of Bromelain, which helps with digestion in the intestinal tract, decreases internal inflammation, decreases excessive coagulation of the blood, and lessens certain types of tumor growth.

Recipe by: JuicingPedia

Nutritional Summary: (this is for whole fruit – so take 95% of value and deduct fiber)
Per 10 ounces of juice ~ Makes 25 ounces of juice

Calories: 152.7
Total Fat: 1.0 g
Sodium: 127.4 mg
Potassium: 927.2 mgTotal Carb: 36.3
Fiber: 8.1 g
Sugars: 20.8 g
Protein: 3.5 g

Vit A: 252.5 %
Vit B-6: 17%
Vit C: 106.1%
Calcium: 11.6%

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Slimming Juice

This will enliven your whole body, lower blood pressure, aid digestion, boost the immune and eliminate toxins. Also good to help your body handle stress.

2 oranges
½ lemon
3.5 oz of beetroot
3.5 oz of spinach
3.5 oz of celery
3.5 oz of carrot
1 inch cube of ginger root

Peel the orange and lemon, then juice with the rest of the ingredients. This makes about 2 large glasses. Cut in half if you only want one glass.

I was going to do spinach and kale, but found the spinach after I had the juicer all washed up.  The beet was okay this time – it wasn’t over powering.  I could possibly do this one again as it is packed in nutrients.  Kale, spinach, and beetroot also have protein in it.  So it is a good protein source.

Recipe by: All About Juicing

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