February 20, 2013 by Living Girl Living Foods
Well I had a really fun video I created while taking a stroll at a local Nature Preserve! My skin is dry as anything from dealing with the increase of windy days. I slip and slide here and there 😀 But over all it’s a fun video to mix things up!
This concept of “unlearning and learning” seems to have struck a chord with many different readers. I have been speaking about applying it to food but also life in general. We tend to step into situations or try things already with expectations set. Typically this leads to failure, a halt in growth, fear to move on, and overall living in the past.
I have a few recommendations I’d love to throw out there. What does not serve you, you do not have to apply! Not a big deal at all, these are just ideas or methods that I have found to work for my personally. Sometimes hearing what works for one person can give someone else a thought that aids in someone else finding their own path. So please enjoy my little adventure. I hope no one feels as if they HAVE TO do what I do, take and leave what you need. As I learned on my walk, sometimes stepping in the same spots where someone else has walked causes one to slip, slide, and not find stability 😉 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hINaLG8fFPw
Minty Sweet Green Juice Recipe
2-3 cups pineapple, according to what you need (the core can be juiced, it just doesn’t work so well in a blender)
4 cups spinach
1/2-inch to 2 inches ginger according to your taste buds (I recommend peeling the ginger)
8 mint leaves
A large handful of parsley, a quarter of a bunch if you are new to juicing this powerful herb
Juice & Enjoy :D!
This juice mostly tastes of pineapple, making it an instant hit with juicing beginners. Pineapple is a low calorie fruit loaded with an amazing amount of health benefits, if you are interested in learning more about them read my previous post. This juice is cleansing, sweet, warming and cooling. If you like your juice more savory, add more spinach or less pineapple.
I recommend using spinach in juices or smoothies because the taste is so light compared to kale or collard greens which to some may taste “too earthy.”
Thank you all so much for taking the time to stop by my website and watch, listen and read all my jibber jabber. I hope my video and juice recipe gives you some ideas too! Much love ❤ and raw power 😉
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