Relief Plus - Diabetes & Stress
1 Stalk Broccoli
1 Stalk of Celery
1/2 Red Bell Pepper
1 Small handful of parsley
Break up the florets. Scrub carrot and cut off the ends. Cut the tomato into large pieces. Cut pepper in half. Wash the celery and cut off the top. Juice the broccoli, then the pepper, followed by the carrot, celery, parsley and then the tomato. Pour into a glass. Garnish with a celery stick.
This drink is rich in vitamins C and B. Broccoli is one of the best non-dairy sources of calcium. Packed with antioxidants. The parsley and tomato are rich in Vitamin K which is believed to limit neuronal damage in the brain.
Daily Juicing of vegetables and fruits can be used in any combination of the following: ginger, garlic, celery, pumpkin, cabbage, asparagus, parsley, spinach, leeks, spinach, beets and carrots. Juicing fresh green vegetables such as brussel sprouts and string beans is a wonderful health benefit as both are good sources of natural insulin. Nutrients such as silicon works to support the pancreas and are found in alfalfa, olives, asparagus, lettuce, mustard greens, radishes, cabbage and cucumbers. Use fruit combinations sparingly due to their high sugar content. Sweet juices such as carrot, beet, grape, apple or pear juice should be half diluted with water or mixed with other juices such as celery.