Carrot, Apple And Broccoli Juice For Health

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Carrot, apple and broccoli juice

Carrot, apple and broccoli juice

Freshly made juices are highly important for health. They are power-packed with nutrients that are easily absorbed by the body straight into the cellular level for repair, rebuilding and regeneration.

I have so far shared 2 lovely juices:
carrot and apple juice
carrot, apple and beet juice

I do hope you have started juicing. Some of you were juicing before but have somehow stopped for some reasons. Don’t give up; it’s time to start again. Your improved health (including that of everyone in your family) should be your greatest motivation to keep juicing. A healthy family is a happier family.

Broccoli

Broccoli - has the best reputation for fighting cancer

Today I would like to share another important juice which is Carrot, Apple and Broccoli juice. I don’t quite like it as much as the above 2 because I don’t like the smell and taste of raw, green vegetables in my juice. However I drink it for health reasons every now and then. The only difference is broccoli. You don’t need to add in a lot of broccoli which can be too over powering and may kill your joy of drinking juice. If you want to last in the long haul, always make sure that your juices tastes very nice so that you will always look forward to making and drinking them. Please follow the rules in drinking juices as I shared in the previous article on Carrot, Apple And Beet Juice.

The amount of vegetables that I use are:
3 carrots
1 apple
3-4 florets of broccoli

Carrot, apple and broccoli

Carrot, apple and broccoli

Wash and peel the carrot and apple if they are not organic and cut them into smaller pieces. Wash the broccoli and cut them into smaller chunks. Then feed them into the juicer to juice it. The only juicer that I recommend is the masticating juicer which gives you high quality juice. It is a great investment into your health. It is worth every penny you spend.

What are the health benefits of these vegetables?

They are all high in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants to help us build up our body immune system which is our defence system. Broccoli contains a lot of beta carotene as well as many other valuable nutrients that make it a powerful cancer-fighting food.

Do you drink juices? Do you make your own juices? If you do, have you found any benefits from it? What type of juices do you make? What type of juicer are you using? Please share, add and comment in the comment box below.

Other articles about juices that you may be interested in:
Simple Cure Through The Power Of Carrot-Apple Juice
6 Great Health Benefits Of Carrot-Apple Juice
The Best Juicer For Health

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15 Comments

penny aka jeroxie  on October 16th, 2009

Broccoli! Hmmm… I have not tried with brocoli before. I guess there is still the sweetness from the apples and carrots.

Divina  on October 16th, 2009

I don’t know how to answer your questions… no juicer. Although I have a lot of juice recipes to share. :)

Mary  on October 16th, 2009

@Penny - correct, there’s still the aweetness from the carrots and apple but you can smell and taste the raw green vegetables which I’m not too keen. I don’t add broccoli all the time, just on occasions, for health sake.

@Divina - Awww….can imagine the frustrations without a juicer. But u can still juice with the centrifugal type. At least you drink juices though the quality is not as good as the masticating type. Do hope you are able to get one soon so that we can all read your juices articles.

pierre  on October 16th, 2009

hello Mary ,
I am done !! my last recipe is in english ! see you then !! and tell me if you understand !!!
Cheers Pierre

Sanjana  on October 16th, 2009

Gorgeous and refreshing looking drink!

Mary  on October 16th, 2009

@Pierre - I’ve checked your site. Awww….thanks lots for writing your recipe again in English on top of French. Really appreciate that. I’ll drop by more often to read.

@Sanjana - Thanks for your comment. I hope you are drinking juices too.

Natasha - 5 Star Foodie  on October 16th, 2009

Freshly made juice sounds so good! I’ve been wanting to get a juicer for a while, really need to buy one soon. Apple, carrots, and broccoli sound like such a healthy and delicious combination!

PIERRE  on October 16th, 2009

thank you very much for your post ; is the english wording Ok? do you find it useful?
Tx Pierre

Mary  on October 16th, 2009

@Natasha - Thanks for sharing. All freshly-made juices are ver healthy to the body. We do a great favour to our bodies by drinking them. I do hope you get your juicer soon…the sooner the better.

@Pierre - You are most welcome. The English translation may not be fully accurate but I can roughly understand what you are trying to say. I think you mean putting the cooked ingredients into a blender or proceesor to blend so that they look like creamed soup. It does put smiles on my face…..:) Thanks very much again for that special effort.

cenwen  on October 17th, 2009

Hello Mary! xD

I like fruit and/or and vegetables juices. I do several times a week! I will try your mix!

I also posted a note on the subject this week. It was planned long ago.

I do not know if you know the mixture (?) apple and fennel! It’s too good:) here on my blog :

http://cuisinedesanges.canalblog.com/archives/2009/05/07/13611051.html

I am very busy since 2 weeks : first, we had my daddy at home and now my mother in law :)Besides I’m still sick.

I can not tweet (sorry)!I see it after his departure on Thursday!

I wish you a nice weekend!

Kisses :)

Mary  on October 18th, 2009

@Cenwen - So sorry to hear that you are still sick. Do hope you have enough rest and recover fully soon. Thanks very much for taking the time to drop by to to visit my blog and comment. Lovely to know your dad and mother-in-law visited you. I hope you had a great time with them.

Thanks very much for the link to your apple and fennel juice article. That sounds lovely. I would definitely want to try that. Fennel has many health benefits.

Trish  on October 20th, 2009

Sooo nutritious, I can’t wait to try this drink!

jirahh  on December 7th, 2009

I make a natural juice which contains broccoli, calamansi, carrot and honey…it is so good to taste…

Mary  on December 7th, 2009

@Trish - Thanks for comment. Hope you try out soon. It is very refreshing and nutritious.

@Jirahh - Thnaks for sharing. I would love to try your recipe…sounds very delicious. I’ll have to use lime cos I can’t get calamansi here.

dAVE  on August 6th, 2010

I juice carrot broccoli juice most every morning. 12 oz. I use about four pieces of broccoli. It tastes good. The best thng is, the rest of the day, even If you eat less then perfect, you started out as good as it gets. Later.

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