Raw Juicing

As you are probably aware, raw juicing is a very powerful nutritional therapy that supports proper blood sugar control and diabetes management.


One of the reasons why raw juicing is so powerful is because you are able to get the critical nutrients into your cells a lot faster when you drink the vegetable juice versus when you eat the vegetables. 


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Benefits of Raw Juicing

The many benefits of diabetes raw juicing (and green smoothies) include, but, are not limited to the following:

Lower blood pressure

Lower inflammation

Lower cholesterol

Lower insulin resistance

Reverse Type 2 diabetes naturally

Better blood glucose and insulin control

Stabilized blood sugar

Reduced cravings

Weight loss

Reduced belly fat

Removal of toxins (Detox)

Healthier liver and kidneys

Need for less medications

Strengthen immune system

Improved digestion and nutrient absorption

Prevent macular degeneration

Prevent heart disease

Improve joint health

Support brain health and prevent depression

Accelerated body repair and healing

Health Benefits of Raw Juicing

Health Benefits of Raw Juicing

Juicing Recipes

The following free diabetes juicing recipes (from the Power of Juicing ebook) will help to better manage your Type 2 diabetes, especially when these raw juices are combined with the diabetes diet & nutritional program.


These recipes will also help to cleanse and detox your cells and tissues to remove the accumulated toxins and chemicals, which may impair the body's healing and repair processes.


Make sure that you eat (and drink) lots of green vegetables, e.g. broccoli, Brussels sprouts, celery, cucumber, kale, parsley, spinach, watercress, wheatgrass, etc.


Also, make sure that you avoid eating pasta, rice, potatoes, corn, and processed foods made with flour, wheat, gluten, sugar, corn syrup, and partially hydrogenated oils (trans fats).


And, don't forget to avoid most bottled and processed beverages, e.g. fruit juices, coffee, cow's milk, soda, diet soda, etc.


General Suggestion: Drink the raw juice 30 minutes before your meal to maximize its absorption and benefits.


Spinach and Celery Juice Recipe 

Ingredients:

4 Handfuls of spinach

2 celery stalks with leaves

1 small carrot

1 green apple

1 cucumber (optional)


Directions:

Wash and peel the carrot and green apple and remove the apple seeds. Juice the carrot and green apple together with spinach and celery.


Note: Carrots and lemon contains potassium which can help to counter balance the high sodium levels associated with high blood pressure and hypertension. Carrot is a good blood regulator and is excellent for helping eye problems in diabetics. Spinach contains calcium, beta carotene, vitamins A and C, which provide multiple health benefits.


Celery is rich in potassium and magnesium which are again so essential in the prevention and treatment of high blood pressure. Celery contains sodium and minerals that help to regulate blood pressure. Green apples contain mallic acid which helps in bringing down your sugar level. 


Bell Pepper, Kiwi and Kale Juice Recipe 

Ingredients:

2 branches of kale

1 orange Bell pepper

2 stalks of celery

1 beet with the greens

3 kiwifruit


Directions:

Feed the ingredients steadily through the juicing chute, finishing with the celery to push as much of the juice through your juicer as possible.


Stir up the juice so that it’s well blended. Add a couple of ice cubes.


Brussels Sprouts and String Bean Juice Recipe

Ingredients:

10-12 Brussels sprouts

2 cup string beans

1-2 cucumbers 

1 peeled lemon


Directions:

Juice the Brussels sprouts, then, the string beans, then the cucmbers and the lemon.

When completely blended, stir.


Note: The Brussels sprouts and the beans supply you with key minerals and energy through the creation of vitamin B6 and are a great source of insulin.


Bitter Melon Juice Recipe

Ingredients:

2 large bitter melons

1 medium cucumber

Half a lemon

1 apple


Directions:

Juice the bitter melon, then, the cucumber, apple, and lemon.


Bitter melon (also known as bitter gourd) is well-documented via clinical studies for its ability to control blood glucose and insulin levels.


Note 1: Bitter melon is very bitter, but the apple and lemon should help with the bitterness and add flavor to this drink.


Note 2: If you can't find this fruit in your grocery store, look for an Asian store, since this fruit's origin is Asian countries.


Celery and Cucumber Juice Recipe

Ingredients:

3 stalks of celery

1 small cucumber

1 green apple


Directions:

Break off 3 stalks of celery from the head. Feed them through the juicer, intact.


Slice a cucumber in half and run it through the juicer.


Core the apple and cut into large chunks before feeding it into the chute.


Stir the juices together. 


Kale and Spinach Juice Recipe 

Ingredients:

1 bundle of kale

1 bundle of spinach

​1 handful of berries


Directions:

Tear the greens into pieces and run them through the juicer.


Feed the berries through the juicer.


Stir the final juice with a spoon to combine the flavors.​


Spinach, Celery and Parsley Juice Recipe

Ingredients:

4 Handfuls of spinach

2 stalks celery

1 Handful of parsley

1 small carrot

1/2 green apple


Directions:

Juice the carrot first, then, the spinach, parsley, and the celery.


Note: The potassium, sodium, and other minerals will help you manage your blood glucose naturally and will also help to lower your blood pressure.


Health Tip: Instead of taking a drug such as a diuretic (i.e. water pill) to lower your high blood pressure, try a vegetable that acts as a natural diuretic, i.e. asparagus, cucumber, parsley, lemon juice.


Watercress, Tomatoes and Parsley Juice Recipe

Ingredients:

6 sprigs watercress

1 handful of parsley

2 tomatoes

1 apple


Directions:

Cut the apples into wedges and remove both the core and the seed.


Place all ingredients into a juicer and blend well.


Note: This is a great heart healthy juicing recipe effective in helping to prevent heart disease and strokes. It has been found that daily consumption of green apples can greatly lower cholesterol. which is associated with inflammation and plaque formation in the artery walls.


Tomatoes contains lycopene which can help in reducing LDL cholesterol by at least 10% if consumed daily. In fact consuming 1/2 liter of tomato juice daily can help to protect against heart disease.


Watercress is packed full of beta carotene and antioxidants which are crucial in reducing the risk of heart disease, cataracts and certain types of cancers.


Note: If you juice regularly, make sure that you are not replacing your "super" meals such as steamed vegetables, whole raw vegetables and green, leafy salads with juices. Juices should be used primarily as a complement to your meal -- not as a replacement. (However, a green smoothie can be used as a replacement meal because it contains everything that's in the meal including carbs, fats, proteins, water, and fiber).


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Get Well Plan

Start slowly with juicing by drinking a small glass (4 to 8 oz.) of fresh raw juice 30 minutes before breakfast. 


Then, add drinking a small glass of fresh raw juice 30 minutes before lunch and dinner, if possible. 


If you get tired of juicing, then, try a green smoothie instead.


The raw juices and the green smoothies will help to lower your blood sugar and provide more effective management of your Type 2 diabetes.


Get one or more of the author's following books to help you:

-- Raw Juicing & Green Smoothies book

-- Diabetes Book

-- Cleanse and Detox book


These books will help you to lower your blood sugar and better manage your diabetes.

Juicing Recipes (Examples)

Juicing Recipes (Examples)