“Today more than 95% of all chronic disease is caused by food choice, toxic food ingredients, nutritional deficiencies, and lack of physical exercise.”
– Mike Adams
Each recipe makes enough for two portions unless otherwise stated. “Juice” means to put it into an electric juicer. “Squeeze” means to extras its juice by squeezing on a citrus press. The juices are best served fresh, but if you need to transport to prevent
- Juice extractor
- Citrus press
- 1/2 inch grated or finely sliced ginger root
- 2 cinnamon sticks
- 1 cup water
- 1 teaspoon honey
- 1/4 cup frozen stewed apple
- 1 cup apple juice
Bring the water, ginger, cinnamon to a boil and leave to simmer for at least five minutes. Strain, add the honey, leave to cool. Meanwhile, mix the apple and apple juice in a blender and gradually add the cooled tea.
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Medical Disclaimer: You should also see your doctor and/or nutritionist if you think you may be deficient in specific nutritional vitamins. They can help determine what’s causing your symptoms and, if needed, recommend ways to balance your daily vitamin intake.
Source: SAVONA, N., 101 Fantastic Juices and Smoothies. San Diego, CA: Thunder Bay Press.