Super Greens taste a bit earthy and can be sweetened with 100% pineapple, cranberry or white grape juice (if needed). Use as a meal replacement or if you HATE trying to eat sufficient amounts of green cruciferous veggies each day! Drink your "salad" with a tiwst of lemon, lime and ginger! Kale: Among the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet, loaded with powerful antioxidants like quercetin and kaempferol. 1 cup of uncooked kale has more vitamin C than a whole orange! Can help lower cholesterol, which may reduce the risk of heart disease. Kale is one of the world's best sources of vitamin K1; helps prevent heart disease and osteoporosis. Spinach: A superfood high in potassium, magnesium, and vitamins B6, B9, and E. It packs high amounts of carotenoids, vitamin C, vitamin K, folic acid, iron, and calcium. Promotes skin health, K1 is essential for blood clotting. Folic acid is essential for normal cellular function and tissue growth. Iron helps create hemoglobin, which brings oxygen to your body’s tissues. Calcium is essential for your nervous system, heart, and muscles. Romaine Lettuce: Neutral in taste. low in calories, sugar, and carbohydrates and high in vitamins and minerals. A good source of beta carotene, which converts into vitamin A in the body. Celery: Contains a plant compound called apigenin, which plays a role in traditional Chinese medicine as an anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiviral, and antioxidant agent. It may also have properties that help combat cancer. Flat Leaf Parsley: Rich in antioxidants, supports bone health, contains cancer-fighting substances, rich in nutrients that protect your eyes, may improve heart health. Seedless Cucumber: Helps you stay hydrated, supports heart health, protect the brain from neurological diseases your skin against the effects of aging. Fights inflammation in the body and reduces the risk of cancer, relieves pain, protects bones and reduces bad breath. Fresh Ginger: Contains gingerol, a substance with powerful medicinal properties. Ginger can treat many forms of nausea, especially morning sickness. (I do NOT recommend this detox if you are pregnant!) Ginger may reduce muscle pain and soreness. The anti-inflammatory effects can help with osteoarthritis. Lemon: High amount of vitamin C, soluble fiber, and plant compounds that give them a number of health benefits. Lemons may aid weight loss and reduce your risk of heart disease, anemia, kidney stones, digestive issues, and cancer. Lime: Rejuvenates skin, improves digestion, fights infection, helps with weight loss, lowers blood sugar. Reduces heart disease, inflammation and prevents cancer. Super Greens Powder: Contain high levels of chlorophyll and antioxidants. Because of the highly concentrated nutrient profile, supergreens are believed to help boost the immune system, reduce inflammation, detoxify the body, and promote healthy digestion.
Fresh Juice Shelf Life
Fresh Juice can survive in the fridge no longer than 1.5 weeks. You get the MOST nutritinal value the closer to juiced date it is consumed. Least amount of nutrition the longer it sits in the fridge.
Separation is Natural!
Don't panic if your juice looks seperated. Separation is natural, give it a good shake "like a polaroid picture" before drinking.