Super C Juice Recipe
I call this recipe Super C as it is packed with 682mg of plant based vitamin C to help fight the common cold. The taste is sweet and a little peppery. Perfect juice for the colder months.
Kiwi fruits are high in Vitamin C and help blood flow to the eyes and the visual cortex. They are a great blood thinning alternative and contain more potassium than bananas.
Capsicums are also high in Vitamin C, a red capsicum triples that of a orange. They are one of the few foods that contain lycopene. People whose diets are low in lycopene rich foods are at greater risk for developing some types of cancers.
You will feel the health benefits of this juice as soon as you taste it.
Oranges (1 min)
- Remove the orange skin leaving as much white pith as possible
- Cut in half or quarters if too big to fit into the wide chute
Kiwi (no prep required)
- Juice kiwi fruits whole with skin on
Red Capsicum (15 sec)
- Remove the green stems
- Cut into halves or quarters to fit in the wide chute
- Remove excess seeds
Begin juicing the whole kiwi fruit one at a time. If they are soft let them machine run for a few seconds to push them through.
I like to blend the oranges and red capsicum together so I close the cap of the juicer and alternate juicing one orange, half a red capsicum, one orange then the last half of the red capsicum.
Juicing Time: 2 min
Juice Qty: 600ml
Tip: keep your orange peel and soak in vinegar for 2 weeks in a glass mason jar then use the liquid for cleaning or bug spray. It’s also great to eliminate ants
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Gary is passionate about juicing and plant-based nutrition. He is certified in natural juice therapy and whole food plant-based nutrition. He enjoys teaching people about the preventative and restorative healing powers of drinking more raw juice and eating a whole food plant-based diet through his books and online courses.
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