Have you ever had green juice? Green juice just refers to a liquid or drink that is made with mostly deep green vegetables. When you first begin to learn about what kinds of foods you can use to make your juice, it might seem like there is a lot to learn, but it is surprisingly simple if you follow a few simple rules. Here, we will include a few easy recipes that you can follow to make healthy juice at home that your whole family can enjoy.
Super Spinach Green Juice
Spinach is a leafy green vegetable that has been very popular for years. It’s super high in iron and has a host of other benefits for your body, and can help to keep yours from having a major crash in the middle of the day. Spinach is also an excellent source of calcium that your body can easily access. Take about a cup of spinach and juice it with a sweet potato and a decent sized apple. This is another excellent morning drink that will not only energise you but help you protect your blood sugar levels as well.
Blood Sugar Helper Green Juice
This recipe might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but it has precious effects on the body and its blood sugar levels. If you have elevated blood sugar levels, this might not be for you. Avoiding consuming it at the same time as blood sugar regulation drugs. All you must do is take a bitter melon, a romaine lettuce heart, a large apple, half a lime, and cucumber and juice each of them together. This recipe should make about a cup and a half of awesome and powerful green juice. Drink it in the morning for the best results.
Bedtime Green Juice
If you have trouble sleeping, this bedtime green juice might be a perfect recipe for you. Romaine lettuce is full of essential trace minerals, but the thing you’ll be looking for here is lactucarium, the sap of the lettuce. It has a relaxing effect on the body and will help you to be able to rest better. Take about 2 celery stalks, 3 romaine hearts, half of a lemon, and a large apple. Juice the vegetables, and you’ll be off to sleepy land in no time at all.
Just in case, I will put a disclaimer out there; please consult with your doctor before trying these recipes.