Recipe: “Sweet Sugar Cravings” Buster Juice

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Recipe: “Sweet Cravings” Buster Juice

This recipe is a real winner because, well, it’s delicious first and foremost, but also because it contains the alkaline minerals you need to completely remove cravings for sugar and sweets!

Alkaline foods are predominantly ‘alkaline’ because of the minerals they contain. Yep, they are high in alkaline minerals!

As I’ve discussed in prior guides about beating cravings, the body’s cry for salt, sugar, bread, fatty foods, and so on is most often a cry for a particular group of minerals, and in the case of sugar and sweet cravings, those minerals are:

  • Magnesium
  • Zinc
  • Chromium

And this recipe, with the kale, broccoli, spinach, and parsley, in particular, gives you a great hit of all three of these minerals!

In fact, you will get:

  • 60% or more of your RDI of chromium
  • 63% or more of your RDI of magnesium
  • 36% or more of your RDI of zinc

Not to mention well over the daily needs of calcium, vitamin E, K, C, and A, manganese, folate, and more.  It’s super alkaline, and delicious.

And indeed – it makes those cravings disappear pretty quickly!

Let’s get into it…

The “Sweet Sugar Cravings Buster” Juice

Serves 2

juice to remove cravings

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup spinach
  • 2 cups of kale (stalks removed)
  • 1/4 head of broccoli
  • 1/4 cup fresh parsley leaves
  • 1 cucumber
  • 2 sticks of celery
  • Coconut water or filtered water to taste
  • Optional: a squeeze of fresh lemon juice

Instructions:

Simply juice all of the ingredients and top up with water or coconut water to suit your taste preference. If you want to remove some of the ‘green’ flavour, add a squeeze of lemon juice to each glass too.

This will keep in the fridge in an airtight container for 36-48 hours.

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  1. Ingrid Ohanian Reply

    thank you for the receipes. They were very good.

  2. Mary O'Hagan Reply

    I take this juice every day all your ingredients without the cucumber (Lectin) and including 1/2 cup blackberries, 1 teasp turmeric, 1/2 teasp black pepper, 1 teasp spirullena powder, itablespoon of hemp oil.

    What do you think? Anything i should omit?

  3. Amy-Jo Salter Reply

    I have had colitis for years. An attack often seems to be brought in by a lot of greens in my diet, particularly kale, an every time I have taken a magnesium supplement.
    Do you have any suggestions ?
    Thanks so much!
    Amy-Jo

  4. Melva Willaby Reply

    Because, my LDL Cholestrol reading is high.. I, have been told coconut oil in my food raises it.. Is, it because of different brands? What, do I look for in reading the content? Thank You..

    • ross Reply

      Coconut oil decreases LDL by raising HDL.

  5. Marlene Steiner Reply

    In your book the alkaline reset you also have a tomato
    In the recipe.
    My question is if you add lots of lemon and 2 tomato’s is it still an alkaline drink?
    Thanks
    Marlene

    • ross Reply

      Yep 👍

  6. Philip Varghese, Reply

    Recipe looks very good . Thanks Ross.

    Will the acid in the Lemon Juice, discolour/ disintegrate the chlorophyll in the Greens. Just a query.

    • ross Reply

      Nope – you’re all good.

  7. Becky Cartwright Reply

    I have heard tomatoes are not good for us especially if a person has arthritis.

    • ross Reply

      This has not been found in the research literature.

  8. Genevieve Forde Reply

    Thanks Ross!

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