Oh man, just made this amazing concoction of greens, ginger, apples, and Aloe Vera I’d thought I share! I’ve only taken a couple of sips and I already feel energized, revitalized, and clear-headed 🙂 Yall should try it!
3 small apples
1 thumb size of ginger
1 bunch of parsley
1 bunch of spinach
1 bunch of kale
1/2 cup Aloe Vera
Juice the Aloe Vera and apples first, followed by the veggies and ginger. Makes about 10-12 oz. Drink 1-2 times/day.
-High in Pectin, a type of fiber that can improve the intestinal muscle’s ability to push waste through the gastrointestinal tract.
-Helps eliminate toxins in the cut
-Helps lower cholesterol
-Promotes weight lost
-Excellent carminative and spasmolytic (helps relaxes and soothes the intestinal tract)
-Helps reduce the symptoms of nausea, vomiting, cold sweating, dizziness
-Contains anti-inflammatory agents that help with arthritis and joint pain
-Helps improve absorption of minerals and nutrients in body
-Extremely rich in numerous nutrients, chlorophyll, and carotenes
-Helps inhibit cancer-causing properties of other foods (processed, fried, etc)
– A natural detoxifying vegetable that helps remove toxins from the body
-Remarkable plant used to restore energy, increase vitailty, and improve quality of blood
-Contains twice as much iron as most other greens
– Strong protector against cancer
-Rich in essential vitamins and minerals like calcium, potassium, iron, and more
-Among the most nutritious of all vegetables
-An awesome anti-inflammatory
-Strong protector against cancer
-Anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial
-Alkalizes the body, helping to balance overly acidic dietary habits
-Hydrates skin and aids in skin repair
This drink if jam packed with some great stuff, peeps! If you don’t have a juicer, definitely eat it raw as a salad or even as a smoothie.
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The Healing Power of Foods, Murray, Michael T. 1993. Prima Publishing