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Ingredients2 apples1 handful of spinach1 carrot1 handful kale½ bulb beetroot
½ avocado1 small handful blueberries1 heaped teaspoon of wheatgrass powder1 teaspoon mixed seeds
MethodJuice the spinach, kale, apples, carrot and beetroot. Then blend the juice with the remaining produce until it’s as smooth as you like. Why this is good for youHello, my name is Archie. I love making my own juices and watching all the bright colours from each fruit and vegetable burst out of the juicer into the jug. I’m lucky enough to be taught at home so I get to enjoy delicious juices every day instead of yukky school dinners! When I grow up I want to be a footballer so I make sure that I always drink all of my juices, as they are full of goodness. They give me lots and lots of energy so I can run rings around the other players and score lots of goals! My mummy told me that you were looking for kids' recipes to put in your Funky Fresh Juice Book and I think everyone will LOVE mine.
SourceVale J. The funky fresh juice book. Juice Master Publications. 2011.
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He has been described as the ‘UK’s Anthony Robbins’ and the ‘Jamie Oliver of the health and juicing world’. His books have now sold over three million copies around the world. Jason has dedicated his life to helping others achieve better health and well-being through freshly extracted juice. He has spent the last 15 years working with hundreds of thousands of people from every corner of the globe, including top athletes, CEOs of major companies, and many celebrities.
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