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Tropical Green Juice for Digestion

While I am a HUGE fan of my Kale Kleanse Juice ( I am talking about a borderline obsession here), sometimes its good to mix it up… at least that is what I tell myself. Therefore, in spirit of longer days, sunshine and dreams of tropical escapes, we are going to be making Tropical Green Juice for digestion. Inspired by my ever so worldly and chic NYCer, this juice is perfect for those high powered men and women on the run who need an extra jolt of energy and LOVE.

The ingredients in this green juice are also perfect for improving digestion. Using the enzymes found in mango and pineapple, it will help you to digest foods and relieve constipation. In addition, it also has lemongrass, jalapeno and cilantro, which help detoxify and cleanse the digestive system. I think you will find this green juice an ideal way to improve digestion!


tropical green juice for digestion

tropical green juice for digestion


The Nutrient Rundown:

  • Contains those healthy bromelain enzymes for healthy digestion, and inflammation control
  • Packed with TONS of vitamin C and A for clear and healthy eyes as well as skin
  • Great detoxifying effects from the cilantro
  • Packed with those ever to important B vitamins
  • Helps soothe the belly
  • Contains anti-microbials and anti-fungals from the lemongrass


Nutrient Dense Ingredients

Remember to purchase as many organic and local ingredients as possible. Because we are juicing the produce, we are getting concentrated amounts of nutrients, not to mention any pesticides present. And believe me, we do not want to be drinking chemicals. Therefore, go organic!

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  • Reply Claire March 18, 2013 at 2:02 pm

    Love the addition of jalapeno here! Will have to try that soon, as it’s still disappointingly wintry in the NYC/NJ area.

    • lauren
      Reply lauren March 18, 2013 at 8:54 pm

      Yes LOVE the spiciness! Especially in the morning with the ginger… opens up the sinuses and turns your brain right on!

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