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Juicing Quick Tip #1 – Spinach

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So we all juice and we always end up with the mash at the end of the day. Do you ever have regrets about throwing away all of that beauty enhancing green goodness?

Spinach is a very high nutrient-dense food. This chlorophyll packed green is an excellent source of vitamin K, vitamin A, magnesium, folate, manganese, iron, calcium, vitamin C, vitamin B2, potassium, and vitamin B6. It also provides your bod with a healthy dose of protein, phosphorus, vitamin E, zinc, dietary fibre and copper. Stack on selenium, niacin, and omega-3 fatty acids – Spinach is a one-man-show-with-more-to-give! It’s also packed with flavanoids which act as antioxidants, protecting the body from free radicals. That means that Popeye’s favourite lunch can help protect your body from disease. Spinach is a most excellent source of nutrients for any vegan or raw food lifestyle with it’s extremely high levels of Vitamin C and A and Iron! Shove over meat and dairy, I’ve got a fistful of spinach! This amazing green goodness is good for the heart, lungs, gut and brain – and that translates into radiating beauty from the inside out!

Juicing removes a portion of these nutrients into your green juice, but it inevitably there is still a lovely pile of bright green goodness in your juicer that ends up in the compost bin. Why not transform the remaining nutrients (not to mention fibre) into your next smoothie to capture all of the beauty and health your spinach has to offer. This video has a great tip on how to squeeze every last bit of goodness out of your spinach or other greens.

Make the best of this leafy green beauty enhancing goodness while stretching your hard earned grocery dollars!

 

For more juicing and smoothie ideas check out…How to Make The Best Smoothies and Veryberry Smoothie Popsicle

To find out what we use for natural, organic, gluten-free beauty and skin care click here

Wishing you all joy today!

Audrey & Kelly

 

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