Green power in a glass is what this Greenish Stout is. This recipe combines lemon, kale, celery, apples, ginger, coconut oil, fennel, turmeric, and basil to provide a potent green juice with immense healing and detoxifying properties. The turmeric helps create the foam and provides the stoutish froth and a pleasant, slightly spicy taste.
This recipe calls for a slow juice extraction method that gently extracts the juice from the pulp to avoid oxidation. This way, you get pure juice that you can store in the fridge for up to 3 days, though it is recommended that you drink your juice fresh for the maximum benefits. Then, drink it slowly, swirling it in your mouth to get it mixed with your saliva, which starts the digestion process.
This booster juice has a mellow, sweet, and tangy flavor, with the coconut oil adding extra smoothness. Many ask, what’s the difference between a slow-squeezing juice extractor and a high-speed centrifuge juice extractor? The slow juice extractor spins at 80 (rpm) revolutions per minute, squeezing the juice out using a screw-type press. A centrifuge juicer uses the spin speed to throw out the liquid after shredding at 3600 rpm, which causes much more oxygen to be absorbed into the juice, which causes rapid separation and oxidation.
It’s best to use a slow juicer extractor to prevent rapid oxidation and the juice from separating as less oxygen is infused into the juice. These are the fundamental differences between the centrifuge juice extractor and a slow-squeezing juice extractor. Enjoy this simple juice recipe and watch your body feel brand new!
Nutritional Benefits: Celery is a potent green food that is an amazing source of powerful antioxidants such as flavonoids, beta-carotene, vitamin C, and phytonutrients that help bring down inflammation in blood vessels, gut, cells, and organs. Celery is also an alkaline food with minerals such as iron, magnesium, and sodium that neutralize acidic foods. It also ranks low on the glycemic index, which makes it great for maintaining low blood sugar levels. Fennel bulb is rich in vitamin C, which is fuel for your immunity, collagen production, and muscle tissue repair. It also has manganese that boosts metabolism, healthy bone development, enzyme activation, healing of wounds, and lowering blood sugar. Fennel also has potent plant compounds that provide you with anti-inflammatory benefits.
- 1 lemon
- 6 curly kale
- 3 large celery
- 4 green apples
- Thumb size ginger
- 1 green lemon with skin
- 1 tsp coconut oil
- 3 Fennel bulb stalk medium
- 1 tsp turmeric powder
- 3 sprigs basil stem with leaves
Rinse all the fruits and vegetables.
Place each ingredient into a slow juice extractor.
After extracting, mix in one teaspoon of turmeric powder and coconut oil until well combined.
It's always good to serve the drink when they are freshly made.
Drink the juice slowly, sip by sip, and swish it in your mouth several before you swallow it to appreciate the flavors of the juice.
The action of mixing the juice with your saliva is a predigestion process. This preparation allows the saliva to mix with the fresh juice's digestive enzymes and makes absorption easier.
2g Saturated fat
Turmeric, Fennel, and Basil leaves have a tremendous capacity to balance gut bacteria. The cause of 95 percent of all our illnesses.