Find out how to get 7.25 serves of alkaline vegetables every day without any hard work and in just 6.34 minutes!
Do you want to know how you can get your recommended 7 serves of green foods every day, in just a few minutes, before you’ve even left the house?
Can you imagine how much ENERGY you’ll have when you start doing this? How great you’ll feel and how sensational you’ll look?
Of course, consumption of fresh vegetables is proven to help with various cancers and cardiovascular disease1 as well as a whole host of other symptoms and is supportive of practically every health goal out there, so wouldn’t you like to get LOADS in every day, with practically no hard work?
The Secret to Easy Alkalinity: Get Big Wins Without Breaking Sweat and Ignore the Small Stuff
This falls into my category of 80/20 – doing the 20% of stuff thats easy and will get you 80% of the benefit (without giving up your life).
Back in April last year I wrote a blog post about What a ‘Serve’ of Alkaline Foods Actually Looks Like as a visual guide. And this part of my guide that day really deserves it’s own space!
Check out this photo:
This is the content of one ‘green drink’ that would serve two people, chopped, measured and weighed.
Here are the facts:
- One ‘serve’ of vegetables, according to global standards like these is approx 70g
- These ingredients weight a combined total of 1,162g of vegetables.
- This equates to 14.552 serves of fresh vegetables!
And it looked like this:
As this juice would serve 2, this is 7.25 serves of fresh vegetables.
Making a Fresh, Alkaline Juice Takes Only 6.34 Minutes!
If you can set your alarm for just seven minutes earlier each day so you can make a juice like this you will feel amazing. Your energy will be the first thing you’ll notice. But then you’ll also start to see that your skin improves, digestion improves, reflux improves…and you’ll feel a huge amount of vitality.
And it really does take just 6.34 minutes! To chop, wash, juice, drink and wash up the juicer takes no time at all. No excuses!
Questions? What Juicer? Recipes?
My preferred juicer: The Hurom KT Slow Juicer
I fell in love with this juicer at first sight. It ticks all of the important boxes when buying a juicer:
1) extracts maximum amount of juice (the pulp is literally bone dry)
2) retains the maximum amount of nutrients and live enzymes
3) is very quiet
4) looks great
5) and most importantly of all….it’s easy and quick to clean and pack away again!
You can get the Hurom here:
For everywhere else, just google Hurom Slow Juicer!
Alkaline Juice Recipes
You can juice pretty much any green vegetables, and sweeten up with the sweeter veg like beetroot, carrot etc. I also like to flavour with things like ginger, lime, lemon, chilli and so on.
As you can see on the above picture, for that juice I included:
5. Broccoli, including stalk
7. Bell Pepper
I probably would have added a little ginger to that too. I love ginger.
But here are a few more interesting juice recipes you can try:
- Blood Builder Alkaline Juice
- Immune Booster Juice
- Delicious Alkaline Refresher
- For fun, here is the Alkaline Margarita!
- And of course here is the Big, Bad Energise Green Drink!
Remember, you can get over 150+ delicious, alkaline recipes in my Alkaline Diet Recipe Book Volume 2 right here!
And if you’re wondering about smoothies rather than juices…here is my juices vs smoothies guide which explains how, when and why I would use each, the benefits of each and more!
— I hope you’ve loved this quick guide to getting a huge hit of beautiful alkaline foods into your daily life!
Getting the health of our dreams really is a lot easier and more simple than we’ve been led to believe. This is my true belief and what I am trying to help you achieve, and I really do hope it’s working for you!
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1. “Seasonal consumption of salad vegetables and fresh fruit in relation to the development of cardiovascular disease and cancer“; Public Health Nutrition / Volume 3 / Issue 01 / March 2000, pp 19-29; Cambridge University