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Turn your Juice Pulp into Dog Biscuits

Turn your Juice Pulp into Dog Biscuits

Earth Day is held annually on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental protection. It is an event that is designed to encourage people to stop and think of some simple ways they can help protect the environment and the planet for years to come.  Food waste is a global problem. With currently 10% of the world's population living on less than $2 per day, it is an important humanitarian issue but it is an environmental issue also. When food is thrown in the trash, we waste all the energy and water it took to grow that food from the harvest to the transportation and...

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Carissa Mason's Beet, Chilli & Ginger Jungle Juice

Carissa Mason's Beet, Chilli & Ginger Jungle Juice

Beets are a personal favourite of mine and also your liver's best friend.  Beets have been used for centuries as a blood and liver purifier. I think it's so cool, that even before science was really 'a thing', the ancients knew that beets were amazing! When eaten whole - I love them raw in salads or roasted with balsamic - they provide you with a decent amount of fibre which is great for  your gut. Plus, the other nutrients in beets are really cool; and they contain SO MANY!  They are rich in folate, manganese, vitamin C, potassium and betalains....

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MOD Immunity Boost recipe

Easy Immunity Juice

Remember the well known saying "A healthy body starts from the inside out"? There is no doubt that our bodies are amazing machines. A healthy body is constantly working hard to fight off viruses and bad bacteria, all while keeping our energy levels up to power us through the day. A vital component of having a healthy body is maintaining a healthy immune system.  Damaging your immune system can wreak havoc to your lifestyle in both the short and long run and create a long list of seemingly unrelated (but definitely related) issues down the track. From someone who has previously...

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Demi Green's Digestive Juice

Demi Green's Digestive Juice

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...

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Orange, Kale & Ginger Juice

Orange, Kale & Ginger Juice

Right now around Australia, children are returning to school after many weeks of learning from home. Whilst this is a joyous time for many kids (and parents too!) there are some little people who may be struggling with the transition back to school. If this sounds like someone in your family, then our stress-busting, kids friendly morning juice recipe is a great one to turn to.  In conjunction with a healthy breakfast, this juice is perfect for little ones who feels a little anxious or stressed about the day ahead. It gives a great burst of energy in addition to providing...

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Kale apple and celery juice

Kale & Apple Green Juice

So what is all the fuss about green juice and what exactly is in one? Basically, green juice is loaded with leafy and green vegetables (amongst other fruit and veg) with high levels of antioxidants, essential vitamins and nutrients. When we remove the insoluble fibre from the produce through cold press juicing, we are left with juice that is action packed full of these vitals. Drinking this juice is the fastest method of delivering this goodness to your body (yep, even faster than eating as whole fruit and veg). Green juices are really tasty, quick to make and drink and are such a great way...

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