If you saw my previous post on the vegetables I use in my green juice here is the next step!
How do I actually turn them into green juice?
All you need is a juicer and 10 minutes.
The video below shows how it’s done.
For those of you interested in getting a juicer like the one I have in the video I posted the link for it below:
It is absolutely worth the investment to get it.
A bottle of quality juice on average is $10.
I spend $40/week on the ingredients for my juices and I make 2 per day.
That means I get 14 juices per week.
$40/14 juices equals $2.85 per juice instead of $10 * 14 at $140 per week.
Even if you drink one per day that’s going to make you the investment on the juicer back in a few weeks.
On top of that here are the other ways I save money:
I eat less
I have more energy and get more stuff done
I think more clearly
My skin is clear so I don’t have to spend money on stuff to clean my skin
My blood is detoxified so I’m healthier and have less need to see a doctor
My body holds on to less fat (greens are alkaline and fat is acidic)
Here’s what I suggest to you if you want to try juicing out. Do an experiment for 30 days and make or buy yourself one green juice per day. If you notice the difference in your energy levels and you like the way you feel you can decide if you want to continue.
Comment below and tell me if you’re going to try it out!