Juicing and Raw Foods

May 30, 2012

Kristina Carrillo-Bucaram of Rawfully Organic (www.rawfullyorganic.com) and FullyRaw (www.fullyraw.com) shows you Easy Raw Food Storage Tips! Founder and chief co-operator of Rawfully Organic, the largest raw foods non-profit produce co-operative in the US. Kristina created ROC because she was able to overcome hyperglycemia by eating a 100% raw foods diet. Today, she maintains this lifestyle, and she not only make a living educating others on how to do this, but also manages handling a LOT…a LOT…a LOT of produce daily. After having been raw for almost 7 years and after having run Rawfully Organic for almost 5 of these years, storing and organizing produce has become an art form for Kristina, and it is something in which considers herself a mastermind! In this video, she shares with you 6 easy tips to help you organize your refrigerator when storing raw produce and when figuring out how to organize your foods when going raw! 1) Bag Your Greens to Keep Them Fresh 2) Learn to Rotate Your Food 3) Store Fruits and Veggies Separately 4) Don’t Block the Air Vents & Keep Temperature Consistent at 40F 5) Prepare as Needed 6) Real Food Does Not Last Forever! Being FullyRaw is a choice and a lifestyle. Make it a success, not a struggle.

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May 21, 2012

The co-author of The pH Miracle, Dr. Robert Young in an extended 42 minute interview, talks about the importance of juicing when starting down the road to health. His program advocates alkaline foods to help balance the body against the typical American diet of mostly acid-forming foods. He says using a juicer daily could be one your most important steps to good health and longevity.   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WuJrfYG7oh8&feature=player_embedded

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February 27, 2012

❤ LOU CORONA’S LEMON GINGER BLAST DAILY JUICE RECIPE! ❤

YIELD: 1 JAR of JUICE! = ¼ gal. = 1 qt. = 32 oz = 0.95 l JUICEJARS! JARS.life-regenerator.com * I ngredients * — Always SCRUB & WASH PRODUCE before juicing OR eating! I use VEGGIE WASH! http — 2 Apples — 1-3 in. piece Ginger — 1 Lemon (UNpeeled if organic; peeled if not organic) — 1 bunch Cilantro — 1 bunch Parsley — 1 bunch Arugula — 3 Habaneros — 1 Cucumber * P rep * — 1) Run all ingredients through your Green Star juicer GREEN-STAR.life-regenerator.com or your Breville juicer http or whatever the best juicer is for you. JUICERS.life-regenerator.com — 2) For the portion of juice you’re drinking right now, just add ice if desired & enjoy… — 3) Immediately pour any remaining juice into GLASS mason jars, sealed shut w PLASTIC lids (metal lids rust). GLASS MASON JARS + PLASTIC CAPS for your JUICE can be found here: JARS.life-regenerator.com Then just keep your jars of juice in a fridge or cooler until you’re ready to drink some more! Your juice can stay very fresh this way for 2 days, 3 at the absolute most. IDEALLY, you want to drink juice RIGHT after it’s made.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Ha2m-xxjbwg

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January 16, 2012

FitKim.com Want to learn how to juice fruits and vegetables? This is SO good for your body! Ingredients 3 kale leaves 2 romaine leaves and/or 2 celery stalks 2 carrots 2 apples, sliced 1 lemon, halved ½” ginger root, peeled Directions: 1. Place all ingredients, in small batches, in a juicer. 2. Stir and drink immediately.

Kimberly Coventry has been researching nutrition and fitness for nearly a decade. During this time, she has completed her Masters Degree in Holistic Nutrition, become a Certified Nutritional Consultant, Certified NASM dotFIT Coach, marathoner, duathlete and triathlete. She has been consulting clients for over five years, and has developed a passion for combining nutrition and fitness. In her spare time, she teaches Indoor Cycling, Sunday school and writes articles. She is featured in the Hometown Journey Magazine on a monthly basis, and has reached Expert Author status for Ezine Articles. She has recently signed on as a Yahoo! Contributing Author, and is excited about the opportunity to share her knowledge and passion. Her upcoming goals are to publish an e-Cookbook and become a Certified Personal Trainer. Her current recipes can be found on MyRecipes.com and Allrecipes.com. She can be contacted at Kim@FitKim.com for freelance and consulting inquiries.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wpDI38xTDk&feature=player_embedded

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