Drink Your Bitters Juice

Drink Your Bitters Juice

Bitter is better! The bitter taste that comes from some fruits and vegetables has a very important place in our diet. Bitterness stimulates (as does sour) digestive enzymes which can improve digestion and bile production. There are numerous foods that have these important bitter properties. And this juice some of them! Get the recipe and give your body its amazing benefits.

Ravishing Radish Juice

Ravishing Radish Juice

This week’s produce bounty from our CSA produced beautiful and delicious, and very large fruits and veggies. One particular vegetable that stood out because of its nice size was the radish! It was beautiful so I knew I had to add it to this week’s juice recipe.  Radishes are vibrantly beautiful in color and their […]

Bright Pink-A-Licious Juice

Pink-a-licious Juice

I’m on Day 9 of a Reboot ! I’ve been mixing it up by enjoying some of Joe’s recipes, some of my own, and some new ones. This week, I created this fabulous new pink beauty called Pink-a-licious. It’s creamy. It’s sweet. It’s pink. And it tastes nothing like dirt, despite having 2 beets in it! Get the recipe and don’t miss this message from Joe.

Pink Lemonade

Pink Lemonade

A pink juice in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness was the challenge. I checked out our Food Remedies guide for a list of foods that help prevent cancer and selected green cabbage from the cruciferous family, strawberries for the flavonoids, mint for the omega-3’s, and lemon from the citrus family. The results were a delicious juice worthy of a pink ribbon.

In the Reboot Kitchen: Blush Juice

Blush Juice

I wanted to make a pretty pink juice to celebrate this special week for Valentine’s Day! I was admiring pink vegetables and fruits this week so I thought a nice blush juice would be a great juice to make. This juice contains high amounts of lycopene, carotenes such as lutein and zeaxanthin, anthocyanins, potassium, and pectins which are shown to have many health promoting benefits in the form of soluble fiber such as a decrease in heart disease and LDL “bad” cholesterol.