Intro juicing Event

Introjuicing eventAt the Intro juicing eventIntrojuicing eventI took part in an Intro juicing event with Curry’s promoting a healthy lifestyle, on 1st February, at the beautiful Lambert’s Yard – organised by Joe Bloggs Bloggs.

This was my kind of event, mainly focused around the benefits of juicing, as I love promoting good nutritional advice and lifestyle tips for super health and wellbeing.

It was really exciting to be part of the whole thing. There were 54 bloggers at the event – with their impressive BIG cameras! The bloggers were divided into 5 groups rotating each station. Amongst my nutrition station there were four other interesting stations – Yoga with the lovely Amanda from Yoga Elementz, Gourmet Soup, delicious Mocktails with Nick, and a ‘Playstation’ – not the kind my kids wish for – this was where you created your own vegetable and seriously fruity concoctions!

At my nutrishan station, I shared the knowledge of juicing for health benefits and conjured up a handful of balanced juices (80% veg / 20% fruit). I was brave enough to offer one of the groups a serious green juice which to my surprise went down a treat…ok after I added a little pineapple to it!

I hoped by the end of the day that I had swayed the bloggers towards supercharging their health through juicing, and with a little superfood supplementing along the way.

It seemed like the bloggers left inspired and motivated to get out their juices and appreciate how simple, delicious and fun juicing can be. Overall, the entire event was great fun and I met some wonderful personalities and came across some superb blogs including the lovely Olivia from lifestyleyorkshire.com and Lauren at bylaurenjane.co.uk. Oh and do visit the Curry’s juice recipe post here: http://techtalk.currys.co.uk/cooking-home-appliances/nice-n-juicy-how-to-whizz-up-the-perfect-juice/

Below I’d like to share a collection of some of the recipes for nourishing juices I put together on the day. It’s a convenient way of getting vital goodness in a glass and a great habit to introduce into your busy lifestyles. Just remember to keep the fructose content low and as a rule of thumb stick to 80% vegetables and 20% fruit !

Happy Juicing


 

Juicing with nutrishan

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Juicing with nutrishanA collection of delicious juice recipes to help keep you super nourished

Radiance skin juice – my favourite!
2-3 carrots
1 apple
1 red pepper – seeds removed
½ inch ginger root
½ teaspoon flaxseed oil*

Tropical Digestion Aid
¼ pineapple – skin off, include core
1 apple
handful of kale
½ lemon – peeled
½ inch ginger root
1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar*

Energy & Sports Recovery
1 beetroot
½ lemon – peeled
½ cucumber
handful of spinach
handful of berries
¼ teaspoon match green tea powder*

Salad blend
1 tomato
1 celery stalk
½ cucumber
½ red pepper – seeds removed
Pinch of cayenne pepper and pink Himalayan salt*

Cellulite blast
1 pink grapefruit – peeled
2 celery stalks
1 apple
½ fennel
½ cup chilled nettle or dandelion tea*

Anti-inflammatory & Immune boosting
1 orange
¼ pineapple – skin off, include core
½ inch ginger root
½ inch turmeric root or ¼ tsp ground turmeric
½ teaspoon flaxseed oil & little manuka honey*

Super Green Cleanse & Detox
1 apple
1 handful of parsley and broccoli florets
1 lime – peeled
2 celery stalks
½ cucumber
½ teaspoon of spirulina*

Fat burner
2 apples
4-6 sweet cos lettuce leaves
½ cucumber
½ inch ginger root
¼ teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 teaspoon chia seeds*

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