Fresh Juice Project while Healthcare is Debated!

I started making a new batch of fresh juice this morning.  I had gone to Whole foods last night and here’s what I got:

5 pounds of organic carrots
5 pounds of fresh celery
8 large grapefruit
6 large navel oranges
2 hydroponic cucumbers
1 big red bell pepper
3 pounds of organic Gala apples
3 boxes of organic blueberries
2 large boxes of organic strawberries

I start by putting out a big bath towel and then washing all the produce except the citrus.  Then I peel the oranges and grapefruit while watching Dr. Oz (for inspiration).  Now I bring out my Rubbermaid plastic bottles and line them up with the lids handy.

Start up the Breuville Juicer and everything goes.  I make specialty blends — like carrot-grapefruit-strawberry; and apple-carrot-cucumber juice.  Then I just pour and store in the refrigerator.


This will be all my breakfast, snacks and 1/2 of my vegetarian dinners for the next six days.
This much produce will make about 10 quarts of juice and I go thru 1 – 1/2, to 2 quarts a day.

This makes me feel wonderful, floods my system with micronutrients, and I often lose a 1/2 to a pound a day by replacing all meat, dairy and white flour with THE JUICE.

If you try it – you’ll be hooked, and don’t forget to watch the wonderful Joe Cross movie, “Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead”!

About GetHealthy&Happier

I'm your basic California health nut, aging baby boomer, relegated to south Florida, taking my California values with me including vegetarian-vegan lifestyle; animal rights advocate; beagle owner; Edgar Cayce fan; fresh juice fanatic; lost 75 pounds in the last 2 years; water aerobics/water yoga exerciser; musician, dancer, your basic happy person -- just healthier!
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