• 2 bunches of red grapes or 2 cups of dark grape juice.
  • 6 oranges or 2 cups of orange juice.
  • 4 lemons or 1/2 cup of lemon juice.
  • 1/4 cup of honey.

Blend all of the ingredients in a blender. If you decide to use the whole fruits, instead of buying juice, then you may wish to run them through a juicer too, in order to remove the pulp. This is the favorite juice at Health Wyze Media. It is very tart, and especially good on summer days. The taste is like liquid sweet tarts, but there is no need for guilt with this treat.

This drink somehow cleanses the blood, and the lemon will greatly help to alkalize the body. The honey provides its own sugar while simultaneously balancing blood sugar, in addition to crippling candida, and infusing the body with natural anti-histamines. This is the closest thing to the perfect energy drink. It is like raw octane without any jittery side effects. Expect an enormous energy rush within twenty minutes of drinking it, and the energy boost will typically last for more than eight hours.

For a complete list of H.W. recommended juices, see the bottom of our diabetes article

 

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N Madrid
# blood cleanser juicing / energy N Madrid 2015-01-17 00:55
Hello Healthwyze,

Great website, thanks for sharing.

For many years I juiced daily, but now it's only weekly. I still maintain a fairly healthy diet; I've cut back on sugar intake, so my morning 4 or 5 cups of coffee is my only vice. I'm working on cutting back the coffee, too.

The above juicing recipe sounds great, and I'm especially interested in the energy boost. I'm running a marathon in a few days, but the thought of replacing the juice above for the packets of energy gels is tempting. A good rule for marathoners is don't try something new on race day; and I agree, but since I keep a fairly clean diet, I'm thinking I shouldn't have too much trouble with the juice before my run. In your opinion, do you think the juice would be stressful on my digestive system? I'm going to try it tomorrow, and then again on Sunday, unless it seems like too badly an idea. I'm curious of your opinion.

Thank you very much for your input! Nancy

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