Friday, May 10, 2013

Apple, Beet, Pear Fruit Juice Recipe - PRIME Juicers


Serves 2 people
  • 2 apples
  • 1 pear
  • 3 beets (small to medium, with tops)
  • 1/2 lemon (peeled)
  • 1/2 inch piece of ginger root (optional)
apple, beet, pear fruit juice
I start with the ginger root, then the lemon and after those have gone through I process the rest in my juicer. My reason to start with the ginger root and lemon is that I want to get all that I can out of it, since it’s such a tiny amount. I think juicing them first will allow the rest, as it pushes through, to capture any residual ginger root and lemon left in the auger. 
Some people like to juice the lemon last because it helps clean and freshen the juicer parts. Personal preference I suppose. As I see it there’s really no right way or wrong way when it comes to this. Experiment and enjoy.



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Sunday, February 10, 2013

Thriving Wives: How To Start YOUR Juicing Journey

Thriving Wives: How To Start YOUR Juicing Journey

Friday, January 4, 2013

Jump-start January with juicing | The Journal News | LoHud.com | lohud.com

"While fans of juicing range from those who enjoy the occasional spinach-kale cocktail to hard-core practitioners who “detoxify” their bodies with juice-only regimens, January remains peak season for dietary changes after a season of too much eating.“We always say a juice cleanse is a good jump start,” says Tom Donnelly, chef at o2living, a wellness center in Cross River that offers a variety of juice-cleanse programs that include beverages with names like Green Vitality and Carrot Kick. Programs range from one to seven days."

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The Best Produce For Juicing

 "To get back the fiber you may be losing when juicing, add some of the lost pulp back into your drink. Although kale pulp can taste somewhat bitter, other types like beet, carrot, or lemon pulp can be added without much notice, similar to drinking orange juice with the pulp."


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Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Liquid health: Lose weight the juicing way | GulfNews.com

“In January 2011, I went to the doctor because of a virus and was told that my blood pressure was so high I could drop dead at any moment,” she says. “It took a while for the reality to sink in, but by the end of that month I was on the blood pressure medication she had prescribed me and I had started thinking about changing my lifestyle.”
Luckily for Paula, she was surrounded by health-conscious, supportive friends who rallied around her, encouraging her to start exercising and eating more healthily.
One friend bought Paula a juicer and started going to boot camp with her. A few weeks later at a weightloss show, Paula signed up for a 14-week health workshop with a nutritionist.


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Sunday, December 30, 2012

Welcome to Wrightsville Beach Magazine

We are often reminded of the importance of eating our vegetables, but it is difficult to put down the chocolate and pick up the broccoli.
Growing up some of us tried to get away with sneaking vegetables to the dog, even though mom and dad lectured away about spinach for our muscles and carrots for our eyes.
I was not big on eating vegetables but found juicing to be the magic bullet for my health, energy, and vitality, says Rick Civelli, owner of Wrightsville Beach Surf Camp and Surfberry.
For those unable to stomach chewing large portions of beets or rutabagas, juicing could be an alternate route for ingesting natural vitamins and minerals.
Thats the main benefit of juicing the immediate absorption of nutrients. You feel on a nutrient high within the first 15 to 20 minutes after drinking them, says Stephanie Davis of Paulas Health Hut. Another nutritional goldmine in juiced produce is the enzymes they carry.


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