Maximum Health – Juice Lab: Create a Beneficial Beverage 


By Rosie Main 

The benefits of green juice are numerous. First off, it is a great source of vitamins and minerals, both of which are necessary for optimum health. The green fruits and vegetables that are frequently used in green juice recipes are high in potassium, calcium, iron, and the vitamins A, C, and K. These vitamins and minerals are crucial for promoting bone health, immunological function, and general vigor. 

Antioxidants, which guard the body against cellular harm and inflammation, are also abundant in green juice. This is significant because autoimmune illnesses, cancer, and heart disease are just a few of the conditions that have been related to chronic inflammation. You can lessen inflammation in the body and improve general health by ingesting green juice. To do a green juice fast, you will need a juicer and a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables. Here are the steps to follow: 

  1. Choose your ingredients: Select a variety of leafy greens, such as kale, spinach, and chard, as well as other green vegetables, such as cucumbers, celery, and broccoli. You can also add fruits such as apples, pears, and lemons to add sweetness and flavor.
  2. Juice your ingredients: Use a juicer to extract the juice from your fruits and vegetables. Be sure to remove any seeds, stems, or tough skins before juicing.
  3. Drink your juice: Drink your green juice immediately after juicing to get the most nutritional benefit.
  4. Repeat for several days: If you want to do a green juice fast, repeat the juicing process for several days, consuming only green juice and water. It’s important to talk to your doctor before starting a juice fast to ensure it is safe for you.

A green juice fast can be a great way to detoxify your body and give your digestive system a break. However, it’s important to remember that it’s not a long-term solution for weight loss or overall health. It’s always best to incorporate a variety of whole, nutrient-dense foods into your diet for optimal health. The best juicer for you will depend on your personal preferences, juicing needs, and budget. There are several types of juicers available on the market, each with its pros and cons. Here are some popular types of juicers: 

  1. Centrifugal Juicers: These juicers are fast and affordable, but they can be noisy and may not be as effective at extracting juice from leafy greens.
  2. Masticating Juicers: These juicers are slower and more expensive than centrifugal juicers, but they are better at extracting juice from leafy greens and produce a higher yield of juice.
  3. Citrus Juicers: These juicers are specifically designed to juice citrus fruits like oranges and lemons. They are affordable and easy to use but are limited in their versatility.
  4. Twin Gear Juicers: These juicers are the most expensive and efficient type of juicer. They use two gears to crush fruits and vegetables and extract juice. They can handle a wide variety of produce, including leafy greens and wheatgrass, but they are also the slowest and most time-consuming type of juicer.

When choosing a juicer, consider your budget, the types of produce you plan to juice, and your lifestyle. For example, if you are looking for a quick and easy way to make fresh orange juice in the morning, a citrus juicer may be the best choice for you. However, if you are looking to juice a wide variety of produce and want to get the most nutritional benefit from your juice, a masticating or twin gear juicer may be the best choice. 



 1 Tbsp fresh grated (or juiced) turmeric and ginger 

 1-2 Tbsp fresh squeezed lemon juice 

Pinch of cayenne pepper (optional) 

Directions: Blend all ingredients and mix well. Shoot back on empty stomach. 



6-8 kale leaves (or 2 cups of spinach) 

1 cucumber 

 4 celery stalks 

2 green apples 

1/2 lemon, peeled 

1-inch piece of fresh root ginger 

If you do not have a juicer, seek out a similar blend of ingredients in a raw, cold-pressed organic juice from the health food store. You can also use a green powder mixed with water. 



1 small beet, topped, rinsed and peeled 

5-6 medium or large carrots 

1 small or medium green apple 

1-inch piece of fresh root ginger 

If you do not have a juicer, seek out a similar blend of ingredients in a raw, cold-pressed organic juice from the health food store. You can also use a red powder mixed with water. 


If you have questions or need more information, text Rosie Main at (208) 859-6170 or email her at [email protected]. 


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