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A great time for a juice cleanse

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By Trish Tucker-May

Could you really live on juice for a few days? A simple juice cleanse can be a quick reset after a summer of indulgence.

Is it possible this is a good idea for you? Life has gotten a bit hectic over the
summer. Hot days, ice creams and boozy BBQs may have left you feeling strung out, bloated and frazzled.

You may be running from morning until you finally get to put your head back down on the pillow at night.

Stress can become a way of life, which leads to getting sick and worn out. You see it in your skin, which is only a sign of what’s happening on the inside.

Not to mention, there are those couple of pounds that just don’t want to disappear. Is doing a simple juice cleanse starting to sound like a really good idea?

A simple juice cleanse will help your body detoxify and give your organs a break from all the junk that you have been putting in them. You will be amazed by the results that you will see and feel in just one week of a simple juice cleanse.

You will notice changes in your body including feeling lighter, glowing clear skin, and a boost of energy to conquer your day. You may even be able to finally lose that last bit of weight that has been hanging on.

Here are a few easy, simple detox juice recipes to try. Drink one large glass first thing in the morning for your simple juice cleanse.

The Green Juice
6 celery stalks
1 whole cucumber
1 large green apples
3 big leaves of kale

3 big leaves of lettuce
A handful of spinach
A handful of parsley
1 lemon
Add all ingredients into your juicer one at a time. Leftovers can be refrigerated for 1–2 days in a sealed, airtight glass jar or container.

Pick up your fresh organic ingredients at the Stroud Farmers Market and batch make for the week ahead. If you are too busy, get Trish to make them for you.

Local nutritionist Trish Tucker-May, makes juices for her clients every Tuesday. She also delivers locally.

You may already know Trish from Passion4Juice and the famous Passion4juice
Master Juice Trish created with Jason Vale – the Juice Master.

Ingredients: 1/4 small pineapple – you can juice with the skin on but give it a very good wash.
1 apple
½ banana
200g natural organic yogurt – if you’re a juicy vegan, then simply use soya
yogurt. 1/2 teaspoon of spirulina Juicy.

Instructions
Simply juice the pineapple and apple Pour into a blender / smoothie maker along with the banana, yogurt and spirulina. Blend until smooth.
The Recovery Juice
This juice is best after a strenuous workout. It provides a great energy boost that your body needs to recover from vigorous exercise.
2 beets, including green stalks

3 large carrots
1 lemon
3 large green apples
1½ tablespoons ground ginger
Add all ingredients into your juicer one at a time. Serve over ice in a glass and sip away. Leftovers can be refrigerated for 1–2 days in a sealed, airtight glass jar or container.

The Pick Me Up Juice
This juice is best when you are feeling sleepy or fatigued and need to wake up. It tastes just like a mint margarita and is much better for you than that afternoon coffee!
2 large green apples
1/3 of a pineapple
A sprig or two of mint
Add all ingredients into your juicer one at a time. Serve over ice in a glass and sip away. Leftovers can be refrigerated for 1–2 days in a sealed, airtight glass jar or container.

The Detox Special
The ingredients in this juice make it one of the strongest.
2 cucumbers
1 raw beetroot
2 celery stalks
3 dandelion leaves
1 lemon
1 lime
½ teaspoon turmeric
1 pinch cayenne pepper
Add all ingredients into your juicer one at a time. Serve over ice in a glass and sip away. Leftovers can be refrigerated for 1–2 days in a sealed, airtight glass jar or container.

Just after a few days of juice cleansing, you’ll start to notice some tremendous
changes in your body and may even want to juice more frequently as part of your normal diet. (wink wink)

If you would like to learn more about Trish Tucker-May juice delivery, just click here www.trishtuckermay.com/shop

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