Experimenting with your own fruit juicer comes with the risk that whatever an individual makes, may taste questionable. With a starting point on what fruits and veggies to add, it might make the experience slightly pleasurable. This recipe will make one cup of fruit and vegetable juice. The juice can be "made to last" for a day by adding as much as an individual wishes to his/her drinking water. Obviously, if there are allergies, experiment with what will work.
Pomegranate has been shown to reduce the plaque in the arties when ingested consistently, and has high antioxidant qualities. Pealing the pomegranate in preparation for juicing it is amazing due to the smell of this fruit. Picking a little piece here and there as you prepare to juice it, isn't so bad either.
The carrot has a strong source of Vitamin A, B, and E minerals, which overall is of benefit to eyesight, bones, and skin to name a few. Wash the carrot off, cut and prepare as customary; however, this time slice into sections and put in the juicer. The carrot juice is kind of thick but with a juicer it does not have the pulp.
Strawberry's are high in antioxidants! A few qualities of vitamins found in the strawberry, Vitamin K, magnesium, and omega-3 fatty acids. Wash the strawberry's before placing them in the juicer, and then add them to the mix. The strawberry juice is amazing with this blend because this is the sweet part of the fruit juice.
The celery stick adds more fiber to the juice. This mighty vegetable has many qualities such as Vitamins B1, B2, B6, and C (plus more) to aid in bowel movements. The celery stick is barely noticed after the first taste. Mainly it is to add to the fiber content for balancing.
Apples also have high antioxidants within their red, golden, or green walls. The apple juice mixed with all of the above contents will stimulate a sweeter taste with the strawberry's, yet not over power the whole juice. In preparing the apple, make sure that the core of the apple (especially the seeds) is not juiced.
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