Cheers to your health 

Juice this
Chard from our garden, kale from SCF, carrots, beets, garlic, ginger,parsley,cilantro, celery, apple (veggies from farmers market)- a dash of cayenne pepper, dash of blk pepper, the lemon & orange I squeeze after because we compost the scraps and the little worms can't have citrus/acidic food.

Once a week My Mom and I do an ALL Red Cabbage juice to detoxify the liver: Red Cabbage has more phytonutrients than the green cabbage. The vitamin C content of red cabbage is 6-8 times higher than that of the green cabbage.http://diabetesdietdialogue.wordpress.com/2009/01/15/diabetics-detox-your-liver-part-1/

Xely Tune-UP
 Organic- 1/2 red,gold and green bell pepper, 1/2 yellow squash,1-zuchinni, 1 cucumber, 4 carrots, 1 clove of garlic, 3 kale leafs, 2 celery stalks, a little bunch of cilantro and parsley ,1 tomato ~ Revives and replenishes it also has taken head aches AWAY :)


Juicing refers to extracting juice from fruits and vegetables to consume them in liquid form. A juicer can process most types of fruits and vegetables quickly, separating the juice from the fiber and insoluble content, and leaving a nutrient-rich glass of juice behind. You can combine juices to create new flavors or balance the health benefits that you most want in your diet.

Juice is very easy for your body to absorb. Because a juicer breaks down the fruit and vegetable matter, your digestive system doesn't have to. This means that less of the energy in the juice goes toward powering its own digestion, and more can go toward promoting other processes in your body.

Drink vegetable juice for breakfast.
Vegetable juice makes a great breakfast when balanced with some essential oils and a bit of chlorella. Please remember that vegetable juice and fruit juices are two completely different substances in terms of nutrition. Ideally, you should avoid fruit juices due to their high sugar content. Although vegetable juice is processed, it doesn’t raise insulin levels like fruit juice. The only exceptions would be carrot and beet juice (and most vegetables that grow underground), which function similarly to fruit juice.
Drink your vegetable juice right away, or store it very carefully.

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Juices for Diabetics
Vegetable juice is very perishable so it’s best to drink all of your juice immediately. However, if you’re careful, you can store it for up to 24 hours with only moderate nutritional decline.

Raw juices contain natural medicinal nutrients that provide antioxidant, antibiotic, and hormonal balancing benefits. For example,Brussel sprouts and string beans are known to contain insulin-like substances that can be beneficial to Type 2 diabetics, and especially Type 1 diabetics.

Alfalfa, olives, asparagus, lettuce, mustard greens, radishes, cabbage and cucumbers contain silicon, which works to support the pancreas.

In addition, phytonutrients needed by the pancreas to produce insulin are present in cucumber and onion juices; and, thephytonutrient properties of broccoli, carrot, celery, lettuce and spinach are also beneficial to diabetics. For example, broccoli is an excellent source of chromium, which helps to regulate insulin usage in the body.

Fresh juices of garlic, onions, radish and tomatoes contain various antibiotic properties. Wheat/barley grass, celery, kelp, cucumber and cabbage juice are excellent to reduce acidity and blood pressure.

Green, leafy vegetables such as spinach help to cleanse and heal the gastrointestinal tract. The phytonutrient properties of carrot are also beneficial to diabetics once they have their blood glucose level under control.

Drinking as little as 3 cups of fresh vegetable juice each day will help the body detoxify and regenerate through the assimilation of the earth’s life-giving nutrients.

After making my juice it's the little worms turn to refine on these precious scraps. I use the worm tea to fertilize the garden. :)

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