Vegetable Juice Recipes: Invent Your own

Vegetables? Made into juice? You mean stuff like broccoli and cabbage and cauliflower? Yuck!

You know, when speaking of vegetable juice recipes, the first thing people think of is the taste – they think they’re not going to like it one bit. And in some cases, they may glo vape cartridges be right but folks, I promise you that there is a remedy. Just add a couple of apples or a handful of seedless grapes to your juicer along with the cut up vegetables – makes a world of difference.

Raw foods are essential to good health – the vitamins, minerals, anti-oxidants and digestible fiber is critical and using vegetable juice recipes for fruits and vegetables is a sure-fire way to consume larger amounts of these essential elements. Drinking freshly juiced vegetables will quickly add visible benefits to your life and health, such as increased energy, clearer skin, thicker, shiny hair, stronger nails and it does wonders for your metabolism and digestion. All those good elements are absorbed by the body within an hour when they’re in juice form – you just drink it and you’re on your way.

If you have diabetes, vegetable juice recipes are definitely the way to go as unlike fruit juices, veggie juice will not cause your sugar levels to spike – other than carrots and beets which do contain sugar. Commercial vegetable juice is generally 100% blended juices but there are other things in there too – unpronounceable chemicals which, if you’re looking to improve your overall health, you’d prefer to avoid. Also, the manufacturer heats the juices to a high temperature in order to preserve it and to extend the shelf life. Juicing your own veggies ensures that you know exactly what’s going into it and the only problem you may run into is the reaction of your family – see the first line of this article.

And we can fix that too. But let’s start at the beginning. Consider buying organically grown vegetables – or if that’s not possible, buy the freshest you can get at your supermarket and wash them very well to remove pesticides, dirt and other contaminants. Other than removing the seeds from peppers, don’t peel them, just leave them on the kitchen counter so that you can juice them at room temperature – cold vegetable juice can slow down your enzyme reactions while room-temperature juice can be absorbed straight away. Cut them into manageable chunks and toss them in the juicer – put in the softer chunks first, followed by the harder pieces. Add an apple or seedless grapes for a little sweetness and you have a glass of healthful, refreshing vegetable juice, which is instant energy!

Try this combination – bell pepper (seeded), cucumber, tomato and half a clove of peeled garlic. Or this one – a combination of vegetables to make a dark green drink; spinach, parsley celery, cucumber, lettuce (romaine) mint, alfalfa, mint and you could also add spirulina powder, a green dietary supplement made from cyanobacteria and which is often used with green juice blends.

One more. Beet juice. Cut up washed beets and juice them with cucumbers, rutabagas, radishes and a turnip. Dark purple, it’s pretty to look at, very healthy and full of flavor! I had one Zrii sales independent associate call me on a cold call on my business line that is specifically for my wellness clients and she started to act like a telemarketer. I have checked out the Zrii company based out of Utah and saw a lot of hype in their videos and way of doing business, so i decided to check them out and give them an honest review.

The popularity of “exotic juice” seems to really be growing. For example, there are over 1000 different Noni Juice companies out there. You can buy Noni Juice or Mangosteen Juice from even your local Costco family shopping store. There are new juice companies popping up on the internet every month. I have actually tried most of the juices out there. Are all these juice companies scams? Or are they the next cure to everything that ails you?

Which one is the best? Or all they all just out to get into your wallet?

The Zrii Business

I will not go into how Zrii CEO Bill Farley led Fruit of the Loom into bankruptcy and how he was fired by Fruit of the Loom’s board of directors right before he started up this new juice company. Everybody makes mistakes and can learn from them.

It appears that the current focus of Zrii is on

1) The seven key ingredients (which are watered down by the primary ingredients, the grape and pear juices), and

2) The income opportunity.

So is Zrii Amalaki Juice a Scam based on nothing more than making a dollar at the “expense” of someone else? They may sell overpriced juice, but they do sell a real product, so they are not a scam. Although if you are looking for a home business that you can do from home or online, I would not recommend them. It seems that you have to recruit a lot of people before you start getting enough income to be able to live on. It can also cost around $2000 to start with the top business package, so it is a little expensive and hard to convince people to join for a “juice”. It is never recommended to join a Network marketing company within the first 2 years since 80% of NM companies fail in their first two years.

Since i post a lot of articles on health and wellness, I had one Zrii Independent Executive (IE) distributor sales associate call me with an unsolicited cold call to pitch her Zrii businesss opportunity to me. Before I knew it, she went right into the compensation plan. I asked how she found my phone number and she said she was using Google to search for phone numbers of people to call, searching specifically for people in other companies. When i tried to ask her for more information, she hung up on me! She had called from a blocked caller number, so i could not report her to Zrii for a SPAM phone call.

So if your idea of “working from home” and the internet is cold calling people who never even asked for information… then by all means, go join Zrii. But if you are like me, and you have some self respect and value your time and you are looking for a way to help and serve others, while creating significant residual income that you can live on, then visit my site at the bottom of this article and give me a call and ask what I do.

The Zrii Juice Product

Zrii doesn’t list its “nutrition facts” label on the website!

They have flashy videos and promise of money, but no ingredients? How do you compare the actual contents of the juice? Sure, the Zrii corporate website lists the “featured” ingredients — Amalaki, Ginger, Turmeric, Tulsi, Schizandra, Jujube and Haritaki, but they do not tell you how much of each and they don’t even tell you about the primary ingredients being.

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