juice soon after making it is vitally important, as it is still
fresh as nutrients begin to lose a lot of value soon after juicing.
As you are making this juice fresh it is also free of preservatives
and additives. Most importantly by making and drinking it fresh,
juices contain over 90% of the food value of the fruit or vegetable
and instantly release nourishment to the body through the bloodstream.
community recommends that everyone eat several servings of vegetables
per day, in particular those with high concentrations of beta-carotene
such as carrots along with cruciferous vegetables which include
broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, spinach, brussel sprouts, kale,
and watercress for the prevention of disease. Chlorophyll which
is only found in plants also cleanses, nourishes and detoxifies
purchase fresh organic produce. If you cannot get organic, use a
biodegradable produce wash (from a Health Food Store) to clean all
of the produce.
remember that fruits and vegetables do not mix with the exception
of carrots and apples which can be mixed with both. Also always
mix green juices ( i.e. made from broccoli, spincach, kale, lettuce,
parsley, etc.) with either carrots or apples. In addition do not
drink more than 4 ounces of beet juice (and always add other juiced
vegetables to it) or 2 ounces of wheatgrass juice at a time.
are excellent juice recipes for various conditions. However always
keep in mind that juices are to be used in addition to a healthy
food program, exercise, and rest and is not a substitute for medical
treatment. Please discuss this with your health care practitioner.
1. Recipe for
(cut into 2-3" pieces)
½ apple (cut into wedges)
½ " ginger
Handful of parsley
2. Recipe For
Allergies: This juice recipe balances the immune system and keeps
the mucous membranes healthy.
or 3-4 carrots
¼ of beet root 2 stalks celery
1 Cucumber (peeled) 1 bunch of spinach
2-3 stalks of celery Pinch of parsley
3. Recipe For
5 sprigs of parsley
4. Recipe For
2 stalks of celery
Handful of parlsey
Kordich, Jay. "The Juiceman's Power of Juicing". Warner
Books, Inc. 1993
Dr. Roopa Chari is a Board Certified Physician in Internal
Medicine. She along with her family have opened an Alternative Medical
Health Center in San Diego called, "The Chari Center of Health,
Inc. She treats patients using herbal remedies, detoxification programs,
healthy food programs, and a variety of proven, remarkable mind-body
techniques to treat a wide range of medical and psychological conditions.
Dr. Chari can be reached at (619) 275-8073 for appointments or please
visit their website at http://www.charicenter.com.
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