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Four EZ Juice Formulas for The Beginner

4 EZ Juice Formulas for The Beginner Juicer by Marcus Antebi

Recipes in liquid ounces of juice — not in weight or number of whole pieces of produce.

1. Green Juice with Some Fruit

  • 1 liquid ounce Spinach
  • 3 liquid ounces Apple
  • 2 liquid ounces Carrot
  • 3 liquid ounces Celery
  • Optional: 1 liquid ounce Ginger. You can leave out ginger if you don't like it.

2. Beet Salad

  • 2 liquid ounces Beet
  • 3 liquid ounces Celery
  • 3 liquid ounces Cucumber
  • 2 liquid ounces Carrot
  • 2 liquid ounces Spinach
  • Optional: 1 liquid ounce Ginger. You can leave out ginger if you don't like it.

3. Citrus Survival

  • 4 liquid ounces Grapefruit
  • 4 liquid ounces Orange
  • 3 liquid ounces Lemon
  • Optional: add 10 liquid ounces of warm/hot filtered water to dilute

4. Protein

  • 2 liquid ounces Carrot
  • 1 liquid ounce Kale
  • 2 liquid ounces Celery
  • 2 liquid ounces Cucumber
  • 1 liquid ounce Beet

Please note: The benefits of each juice formula are far and wide. Each type of produce has unique compounds and nutrients that benefit a wide range of processes in the human body. What each juice formula has in common is that they contain a lot of naturally occuring clean drinking water. There are vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, flavonoids, phytochemicals, and much more in every juice. Additionally, there are macro nutrients that vary depending on the produce used. Macronutrients are the nutrients you need a lot of and your body does not produce on its own — carbohydrates, protein and fat.

Oh, you think you know better than the juice masters? There's not a great deal of protein in juice. There are more unprocessed amino acids in fresh made juice than there are in amino acid dietary supplements. Like a supplement capsule with amino acids, juice does not need to go through a long digestive process! Less energy is used to absorb and utilize the compounds than other foods.

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