Max Tuck's - Green Power Juice
12 June 2013
One of the most important additions you can make to your diet from a nutritional perspective is the green sprouted foods. Large tray greens, such as wheatgrass and sunflower greens, are an excellent source of bio-available protein, and contain all the essential amino acids. From an energetic perspective, the sunflower greens have the largest Kirlian field of all, extending out 2 feet in every direction, making them the most energetic of all plants. For athletic recovery, and fueling for endurance races, I put all my athlete clients on "green power" juice. Unlike those widely-touted sports drinks, this contains top quality nutrition that not only assists in cellular hydration and recovery, but gives whole-body benefits. See below for the recipe!
Green Power Juice (all ingredients should be organic if possible)
- 1 cucumber
- 4 sticks celery
- 1 handful wheatgrass
- 1 handful sunflower greens
- 1 handful pea shoots
- 1 clove garlic
- 1 handful kale (optional)
- Half a lime
- 1 inch piece of fresh ginger root
- Run all the ingredients through a good single or twin auger juicer (note: cheap centrifugal juicers are not up to the job, and the Champion juicer will not do wheatgrass). Drink immediately before a long run or endurance event, and take some round with you too!
Max Tuck, AKA The Raw Food Scientist
Max Tuck is a degree level scientist, author and Hippocrates Health Educator with a passion for health and vitality, whose clients range from British international athletes to grandparents. For details of her books, seminars, CDs, private consultations and more, and to sign up for her complimentary monthly e-newsletter, please visit www.therawfoodscientist.com