Cleansing Juice

Nothing is as wholesome and healthy as having a glass of cleansing juice first thing in the morning before breakfast. Yet fruit and veggie juices are even better with added lemon juice, the most valiant ally for our health!

The juice extracted by centrifugal juicers is highly digestible, and in only 15 minutes will start to replenish your energy, eliminate toxins, and activate your metabolism. The mix of juices in this cleansing recipe is ideal to naturally stimulate diuresis and help cleanse your bowels.

Enjoy it at breakfast or as a mid-morning or afternoon snack.

Pineapple is known for its diuretic properties, is a legendary digestive aid, and the #1 enemy of cellulite.

Kiwi is an exotic fruit rich in water, fibre, vitamins C, E and potassium, which combats constipation and reduces the risk of muscle cramps.

Apple, the fruit that “keeps the doctor away”, is not only a rich source of fibre, vitamin B1 and B2, but is also known to stabilize blood sugar levels and lower bad cholesterol.

Fennel is a natural diuretic and cleansing agent.

And last but not least there is lemon, with its innumerable health benefits. This fruit helps you start the day on the right foot, and, in combination with ginger, is an infallible immune system booster. Now, are you ready to naturally cleanse, relieve bloating, and boost your digestion in one step?

Ingredients

To make approx. 1 litre of juice you will need:

  • 1 pineapple
  • 4 kiwis
  • 2 small apples
  • 3 heads of fennel
  • 1 ginger root (about 7/8 cm long)
  • 12 tablespoons LIMMI lemon juice

Preparation

Peel the pineapple and cut it into chunks. Wash, peel and slice the apples, ginger root, kiwis and heads of fennel. Place all ingredients in the juicer and press the start button. Once extracted, pour the juice into a clean glass bottle, add the LIMMI lemon juice, seal the bottle and then shake until all of the ingredients are fully combined.
Store the juice in the refrigerator and use it within 24 hours.

Note that finding darker coloured sediment at the bottom of the bottle is normal and to be expected, as fennel tends to oxidize rather quickly.