Juicing Recipe – Fatigue

Fatigue is a symptom of many problems, including anemia, diabetes, hepatitis, low blood sugar, and thyroid issues.

Common factors that contribute to low energy are a lack of balance in the diet(mal-nutrition), exercise, work and social life.

A balanced diet provides digestive enzymes needed for your body to process nutrients to create energy from food. It’s truly a sign you are missing something in your diet.

So if you are fatigued…You totally need to juice!!

You’ll want to clean up your diet from any processed foods and try juicing every day to ensure you get some great nutrition into your body.

Start with easy, simple juices and work your way up to adding in a few greens. Greens provide great energy as they feed your blood cells and give you a boost.

Start off your day with a fresh glass during breakfast and always add a few sprigs of fresh parsley to your juice.


Recipe Credit: All About Juicing

How To Juice

  • 1.Juicers often have program settings based on the produce density. If not, it’s still best to run the softest produce through the motor first, working your way up to the hardest. After switching on the motor, start by juicing the softest fruits and vegetables (like citrus and cucumbers), then turn up the speed (if the machine has this function) and work your way through to the hardest fruits and vegetables (like beets and carrots).

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Recipe 1

  • 2 cups of strawberries
  • 2 cups of carrots
  • 1 orange(peeled)

Recipe 2

  • 1 stalk of broccoli
  • 2 carrots
  • 1 apple
  • 2 sprigs of parsley