This Spinach Cucumber and Celery Juice is my most favorite juice combination that I make with my Omega 8005 Juicer.
I have other juice combos that I use, but they aren’t too easy on the eyes after I add beets to them and the juice ends up having a brownish color to it.
But this one is very basic and refreshing and has such a fresh look and taste to it.
I am in awe at the bright green color!
Juice is always best when you drink it immediately after juicing, but sometimes you may need to take it on the go.
If you store it in an air-tight container and drink it within a day, you should be fine, especially if you add a lemon to it.
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5 Fast Facts About Spinach:*
- contains anti-inflammatory properties
- high in anti-oxidants
- super high in vitamins A (377.3% dv) and vitamin K (1,110.6% dv)
- phytonutrients provide anti-cancer benefits
- can help to improve cardiovascular health
5 Fast Facts About Cucumbers:*
- helps body to eliminate toxins
- promotes joint health
- aids in weight loss
- high source of vitamin B
- skins have 10% DV of vitamin C
5 Fast Facts About Celery:*
- improves immune system
- reduced blood pressure
- alkalizing food
- helps to lower cholesterol
5 Fast Facts About Lemons:*
- extremely alkaline to the body
- blood purifier
- excellent for detoxification
- balances blood sugar levels
- contains powerful anti-bacterial properties
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Tip #1: My favorite “to-go” containers are these glass bottles with BPA-free lids from Aquasana. They come in a 6-pack of 18 ounce bottles and store easily in the refrigerator and standard-size vehicle cup holders.
And, they are easy to clean with a bottle brush which I also use to clean our LifeFactory glass water bottles that we use to drink from when at home.
This recipe makes approximately 16 ounces, or enough to fill an Aquasana bottle about 3/4 full.
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