Green Juice for You by kristin

April 30, 2013 at 4:32 pm 1 comment

With the Dina’s Science of Raw Food Nutrition™ certification series beginning May 25, I thought it might be a good time to share some special green juices from Karin Dina, D.C. Don’t forget, any class at Living Light is discounted by 15% until May 15!

Lighgreen_juicet and Dark Green Juice By Dr. Karin Dina, D.C.

I’m constantly coming up with ideas about how to enjoy more green juice. I love developing new green juice recipes and am continually amazed at the nutrient content of even the simplest of green juices.

 Here is a green juice recipe for people who enjoy a lighter flavored green juice:

5 stalks of celery (12″ long), 1 medium lemon, peeled, 1 medium cucumber, 8″ long

Makes about 2 cups of juice. The ingredients for this juice contain 198 mg of calcium, 2 mg of iron, 1 mg of zinc, and 81 mg of magnesium.

For people who enjoy the flavor of dandelion greens (a great Spring tonic),  a dark green juice recipe:

  • 5 stalks of celery (12″ long)
  • 1 lemon, peeled
  • 1 medium cucumber, 8″ long
  • 3 cups frisée greens (curly endive)
  • 5 cups dandelion greens

Makes about 3 cups of juice. The ingredients in this juice contain 790 mg of calcium, almost 12 mg of iron, 3.4 mg of zinc, and almost 203 mg of magnesium. As one can see, the dandelion greens and frisée greens contribute quite a bit of calcium and iron to this juice when compared to the light green juice recipe. These numbers are impressive when compared to the adult daily values for these nutrients!

Rick and KarinLiving Light faculty instructors Dr. Rick Dina, D.C. and Dr. Karin Dina, D.C. have created an exceptional curriculum on the science of raw food nutrition, which includes a comprehensive 5-course series of classes that will answer all your questions about the raw food diet and how it measures up with other popular diets.

Our Advanced Raw Food Nutrition Health Educator™ package is highly recommended for both health educators and raw food chefs alike, and is perfect for anyone who plans to live the lifestyle or teach the benefits of raw and living foods to others. And the best news is that the next complete session begins May 25!15percentdiscount

Gain the confidence you need in scientific-based knowledge, and be able to share the information with authority and accuracy!

For more information about the  Science of Raw Food Nutrition series of classes (discounted until May 15) Call our enrollment department at 707-964-2420 or Click here

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  • 1. cheryl  |  April 30, 2013 at 4:38 pm

    Great juices…love celery, lemon, and cucumber-must drink more often!

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