LOVE GRACE // May your Sunday be graced with green sunshine. My soul is sweetly singing gratitude beats for @lovegracefoods and the abundance of #greenjuice she's graced our Thyroid Yoga training with @pureyoganyc! .
Expert tip: Add an organic green juice a day to your radiant beauty rituals and shine on! More tips coming soon at my upcoming talk at @indiebeautyexpo on May 10! See you soon DALLAS!!!!!
RED+GREEN JUICE I love fresh juices! When I'm talking/writing about juices I'm always thinking of raw fresh juices not of the cooked ones in bottles from the shop. Cooked juices have less vitamins and encymes. I don't have a juicer, but I'm using my @vitamix and making a thick smoothie and staining it throw a nutmilk bag. There are this discussions out there about smoothies and juices wich one is more healthy. I love them both. Smoothies are filling and rich in fiber and with juices you can put a lot of fresh vegetables, fruits and greens in your body. Especially when you are deficient in minerals a juice with fennel is very good. Ingredients for the red juice: 1 orange , ginger, 1 lemon , 2 apples , 1/2 cucumber, 4-6 carrots, 1 small beet root, a little bit of water and ice cubes, if you are using a blender. If you are afraid of the taste of beet root, than use a half one, but trust me orange and lemon are covering the taste perfectly. Ingredients for the green juice: 2 hand full of spinach, 1/2 cucumber, 1 lemon , 1/2 fennel, 1 orange and 2-3 celery. If you are afraid of the oxalic acid in the spinach. Anthony William, who has written the book @medicalmedium, recommend to eat it every day, but it has to be raw, not cooked. Spinach is a very mild leafy green and I love it very much. It creates an alkaline environment in the body and provides highly absorbable micronutrients to the nervous system. Are you a juice or a smoothie lover? Or both? I'm drinking a two green smoothies and two berry smoothies every day. I'm juicing every two days.