Category Archives for Juices

What is Green Juice? What is green vegetable juice?

As simple as the name suggests. Green juice is the liquid you get when you squeeze green vegetables (and vegetables, maybe a little bit of fruit) and remove insoluble fiber, done with a juicer. Not a blender). Green juice is a nutrient dense liquid with a low sugar content and a lot of chlorophyll. It […]

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Daily Green Juice – Basic green juice recipe

Spinach is one of the most popular vegetables in juice making. In addition to kale, spinach also competes for the title of “Kings of Green” – the king of green vegetables.Actually, spinach is not a popular vegetable in Vietnamese daily meals, it is only in recent years that vegetable gardens outside the North have grown […]

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Christmas red juice with bright beets

Christmas is coming very close. The weather in Hanoi this year is cold but still has super smooth golden sunshine. Called the standard weather to get together, and to take pictures ^^ This Christmas, I give everyone a juice recipe which like my friend says “delicious, so beautiful, it’s Christmas”. Leaving aside the trailing words, […]

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Sweet and sour green juice from vegetable, orange, and pineapple juice

This recipe uses the familiar spinach in green juice. You can completely replace with another green vegetable depending on the season. Combined with pineapple sweetness and aroma and mild acidity in oranges. Celery has a mild aroma, is a natural mineral salt-rich food, and cucumber, a common base in green juice, is a highly alkaline […]

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Simply Powerful – Vegetable juice recipe with anti-cancer ingredients

Juices from fresh fruits and vegetables are the best thing you can do for your body, besides physical exercises and breathing. In addition to being super nutritious, vegetable juices are also quite full (that’s why people don’t have much need for snacks when they drink juice). Instead of junk junk food, drinking juice, or even […]

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Lotus Treasure Green Juice – Reduce diarrhea and stop bleeding with fresh Lotus Root juice

Lotus root is good for the respiratory system, bleeding and diarrhea. In Chinese cuisine, lotus root is commonly used in the summer and ranks as valuable herbs, especially good for digestion and bleeding problems. Drinking fresh lotus juice continuously for a few days can help stop bleeding, such as bleeding from the stomach, nose, gums, […]

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Natural color drifting cake from vegetable juice

Coming to the Lunar New Year on March 3, have you prepared to make vegetarian cake float? Normally the original drift cake is white. However, sometimes a little innovation in colors that will appeal to children, and adults alike. For example, a plate of floating cakes to light incense for the altar and having colors […]

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Minty Kale – Cool summer mint kale juice

Kale is one of the most nutritious foods around. Among raw vegetables (juices, smoothies or salads), kale has been extremely celebrated in recent years. Some of the health benefits it offers include immune boosting, cardiovascular support, skin healing, good bone health, detoxification, and anti-cancer nutrients. Kale has properties that can help fight at least 5 […]

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Check out 15 cool summer cool drinks

Check out 15 cool summer cool drinks

In the hot summer, the body is often dehydrated. Here are 15 of the freshest cooling drinks to help you stay healthier in this weather! 1. Sugar cane juice The abundant glucose in sugarcane juice helps to replenish water, provide energy to reduce fatigue by the onset of heat. Therefore, instead of drinking energy drinks, […]

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How To Make Whole Green Bean Milk With A Blender

Green bean milk Not only is a beverage but also provides a source of vitamins and minerals for health. How to make green bean milk not too hard, you can make your own at home using a blender, and still guarantee the taste and taste nutrition there! Let’s Teach Asian and European Breweries to study […]

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