This juice is a great way to start your day as it contains many properties that will help stimulate and kick start your digestion.
Pineapples contain enzymes, bromelain which aids in the breakdown and digestion of protein. Bromelain is also anti-inflammatory so can assist in reducing inflammation in the digestive tract.
Celery juice is another great anti-inflammatory and can assist digestive function. Celery is antioxidant rich and contains lots of beneficial nutrients for heart health, bone health and detoxification.
Ginger stimulates digestion and can assist and weight loss. Due to the stimulatory effect it has on lipase, an enzyme produced in the pancreas that aids in the metabolism of fat.
Lemon also helps to stimulate stomach acid which promotes the digestion of the food we eat.
If you love green juices, also try out this recipe for our kale and apple green juice here!
Digestive Juice | MOD Appliances
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1 pineapple, skin removed, cored and cut into chunks
1 lemon, cut in half
4 stalks of celery, cut into 1 - 2cm pieces
1 large thumb ginger
Set up your MOD Cold Press for juicing (see the juicing handbook for more detailed instructions);
Slowly feed the produce down the chute;
Serve the juice with a couple of ice cubes.