When doing juice fasts and cleanses, a good rule of thumb is to use variety. You get different things from different fruits, veggies and greens. So when I first read that you never want to stick to the same things over and over again, I became somewhat hesitant to juice. It became rather intimidating to me. Don't know why. Maybe because growing up, all I remember juicing with my mom was oranges and carrots. So that's all I knew how to juice when I first began doing it for myself and my family. I remember being overwhelmed with the different juice combos and not knowing which recipes to try first. So here's one of my first no-brainer recipes that tastes yummy, is full of great energy and also has some alkalizing green juice as well. The best part is, kids love it! And mom's love that they do. This is a tribute to remembering some of my first experiences in the juicing world.
4 big celery stalks
1-2 oranges. Depending on size of oranges, you don't need a lot to make it sweet enough. If it's big, one should be enough.
I prefer the GreenStar masticating juicer. In my mind, a masticating juicer is better than a centrifugal one. But juicing is good for you no matter which kind you have. Don't let it sit long or most of the nutrition is void as more time passes. I might expound on this in a future post. For now, you rinse off your ingredients, stick 'em in the juicer and enjoy freshly squeezed valuable nutrition you can't get from juice sitting on the shelf of your local grocery store. Enjoy!