Triple ‘Brekkie’ Fresh Juice Combo

Triple ‘brekkie’ fresh juice combo

Another super healthy and delicious triple ‘brekkie’ fresh juice combo (Aussie slang for breakfast). Layering as follows:

  1. Bottom layer: carrot, celery, apple, ginger, pineapple and coconut water.
  2. Middle layer: cabbage, apple, celery.
  3. Green layer: kale, sweet potato leaves, spirulina powder, cucumber, celery and coconut water
  4. Topping layer: organic vanilla yogurt & milk kefir blend, and last but not least my ‘CLASP’ blend. [chia, linseed, almonds, sunflower and pepita (pumpkin) seeds]

For breakfast juices I generally blend the whole fruits and vegetables as it is more filling and keeps me satisfied until lunch, and the fibre content also drops the glycaemic ratio.

Juicing Tips

Here are some general juicing tips you can apply to recipe:

  1. Choose fresh, high-quality produce: The key to making delicious and nutritious juice is using fresh, high-quality produce. Look for organic fruits and vegetables, if possible, and try to use them within a few days of purchase.
  2. Wash your produce: Make sure to thoroughly wash all of your produce before juicing it to remove any dirt, pesticides, or other contaminants.
  3. Cut your produce into smaller pieces: This will make it easier to feed into your juicer and help prevent clogs.
  4. Use a cold-press juicer: Cold-press juicers extract juice by crushing and pressing the produce, which helps to preserve the nutrients and enzymes in the juice.
  5. Drink your juice immediately: Freshly-made juice is most nutritious when consumed immediately after juicing. If you must store it, do so in an airtight container in the refrigerator and consume it within 24 hours.
  6. Clean your juicer after each use: To prevent buildup of bacteria and other contaminants, make sure to clean your juicer thoroughly after each use.
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