This is for beginners that are looking for a green juice that tastes great. It’s sweet while having a nice citrus flavor to it.
If you have a masticating juicer, this will come out just like in the picture. If you have a centrifuge juicer, you may not be able to get much juice out of the spinach. You can still try it, but don’t be surprised if it shoots all of the spinach in the bin and a few drops come out. You can always juice everything except the spinach, then finish it in a blender with the spinach.
- Bottle juice is pasteurized and the nutrients are depleted.
- Juices made from imported produce may carry traces of banned pesticides.
- Juices from fruit concentrates do not contain the whole fruits and they may be nothing more than sugar water — possibly made with chemicals in water from industrial sites.
- Acids from juices can leech metal from cans, causing canned juice to spoil.
- Wax and other chemicals found in juice containers can taint the juice.
- Shrink-wrapped juice cartons come under high heat that depletes enzymes in juice.
- People with difficulty chewing can intake raw vegetables in juice form.
- People to busy to eat a meal with vegetables can obtain the nourishment of a salad by drinking fresh juice.
- Juice is easy on the stomach.
- Drinking juice enables one to have more of a vegetable’s nutrients than one would have by eating.
- Juice is a good alternative for people who lack appetites.
- Juice is a great nutrient source for babies and children who otherwise may not want vegetables.
- Juice can help prevent acne in teenagers
- Apples – 4 medium (3″ dia) 546g
- Celery – 3 stalk, large (11″-12″ long) 256g
- Ginger Root – 1/4 thumb (1″ dia) 6g
- Lemon (with rind) – 1/2 fruit (2-1/8″ dia) 29g
- Orange (peeled) – 2 small (3-1/16″ dia) 184g
- Spinach – 4 handful 125g
You don’t have to peel the lemon, but make sure you peel the orange. The orange’s skin is very bitter and can ruin the flavor.