The Weekly Juice Journal

Last night was the night to make juice up for the week ahead.   I love having a big glass of fresh juice before I go out on my endorphin-producing walks/jogs.

Here’s my juice combinations for the week, which I had all juiced and refrigerated by 11:15 pm last night.  And I even cleaned up my juicer before I went to bed!

(If you haven’t seen it before, I got hooked on juicing by watching that great video, “Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead”, by Joe Cross.   It inspired me to get in shape, start jogging, and I have lost about 35 pounds since last June, 2011, when I started.)  Download the movie right away if you haven’t seen it already…

I had a fresh pineapple last night, so in addition to my usual combos:

Orange-carrot-celery-grapefruit Juice.

Strawberry-grapefruit-golden beet juice.

Carrot-Celery Apple Juice.

I added:  Grapefruit-Pineapple-Carrot Juice

and Pineapple-Red Pepper and Apple Juice.

I love Grapefruit and Carrots and could just live on that juice, but I enjoy mixing the veggies and fruit together to make ever more exciting combinations.   Fresh red bell pappers make the juice taste “energetic”.  Adding papaya makes the texture of the juice like velvet!

You can go to Walmart and get an inexpensive juicer and make some yourself – try it, it will change your life!

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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1 Response to The Weekly Juice Journal

  1. I’ve never tried grapefruit and carrot together. I’ll have to try it!

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