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May 17, 2013 • Posted by Christina Fong
Kids are notoriously difficult to deal with when it comes to adding a little green to their dish but it doesn’t mean adults are any better, and no, scallion garnishes don’t count. While we aren’t saying our juice recipes will turn the most passionate vegetable naysayers into overnight fans, they may just make the veggie-intake a little easier.
Vegetables are a necessary part of our diet, whether you like them or not, because they’re packed with a bunch of vitamins, minerals, fiber, and other nutrients essential for our health. Juices should in no way be considered a sufficient replacement for whole vegetables, but they’re still good supplements to a diet lacking in vegetables. With so many options to choose from, you may even enjoy experimenting with different mixes. We have 2 super juice recipes for everyone to try at home.
For those of you who own a juicer, try our Super Greens recipe for a health drink rich in chlorophyll and vitamins. You can play around with different herbs to add different dimensions of flavor.
Blenders are a good alternative for those who don’t own juicers. Our Super Veggie Juice is another great drink packed with an assortment of goodies. You’ll be amazed when you see how many veggies can fit in one glass.
Have you tried any other juice recipes? What are your favorites?