Renewing the Mind, Body, and Spirit through juicing

The unassuming fruit

Pomegranates and their edible seeds are native to Iran and Iraq, but the fruit has become a favorite worldwide–and not because it’s pretty to look at. Pomegranate seeds (the pulp of pomegranates isn’t edible) are high in antioxidants, and clinical trials have found they may play an effective role in the prevention of heart disease and cancer.

They also aid in lowering cholesterol levels and fighting cell damage, adds local nutritionistRobyn Webb. One pomegranate contains approximately 50 percent of your daily recommended vitamin C, as well as pantothenic acid (B5), which may help with muscle cramping and prevent insulin resistance.

Juice of the Day

Handful Mixed greens

1/2 Avocado

1/2 Banana

4 Strawberries

1/4 cup Blueberries

1 Tomato

1 Celery Stalk

1 Tbsp Pomegranate seeds

1/4 cup Pineapple

1 Tbsp Goji berries

1 Tbsp Chia seeds

1 Tbsp Hemp seeds




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