CONGRATULATIONS, my friends!!
You did it! You finished the #7daysofgreenjuice challenge and actually, most of you ended up completing 14 DAYS OF GREEN JUICE!!! I cannot express my sheer delight seeing your pictures, comments, results, & knowing you are flooding your cells with pure nutrition!
Have no clue what I’m talking about? Interested in taking on the challenge for yourself? Read more here, here, or here.
I hope & believe this is just the beginning. I issued this challenge as a way to introduce you to the world of juicing/as a kick in the butt to get back into the routine. Drinking merely 8 ounces a day for 7 days was realistic & achievable for most anyone! 14 days proved to be simple too!
Although this challenge is technically over, I encourage everyone to continue the challenge for themselves. Let’s see if you can get to 21 days… one month… two months… before you know it you will be up to #365daysofgreenjuice which is the goal one of my friends has set for herself!!
The most common benefit seemed to be a boost in energy! Y’all found yourselves feeling less tired during the day…beating that mid-morning or afternoon slump. Your juice helped you to power through AND feel way better doing so! Another common benefit I heard was feeling better in general even in the midst of stressful jobs & not-so-great diets.
Improved digestion was another positive side effect that I heard from most of you 🙂 I always say if celery juice can make digestion happen in my frankenstein body it can make it happen for ANYONE! Read more about celery juice here.
The list of benefits continues…. lowered blood pressure, better sleep, pounds & inches melting off, crushed cravings, less of a desire to eat out of bordeom/cravings, glowing skin, less belly bloat, and so much more!!
No kidding I have had at least 10 challengers decide to purchase a juicer after making their juice in a blender & deciding they were hooked! The majority of people who have taken on this challenge have expressed their plan to continue juicing everyday as part of a healthier lifestyle.
These results have exceeded my expectations of what would happen from a #7daysofgreenjuice challenge. I am absolutely thrilled, floored, encouraged & energized by this. I long to make a difference in this world…to use my story to positively impact people by #1 Sharing The Great Glory of our God and #2 Helping others prevent & fight disease using food as medicine! This challenge has allowed me to do both of those things & seeing people ACTUALLY respond is incredibly encouraging. I’m sending out a big thanks to all of you!!!
To help you in your journey forward as a juicer I am sharing 8 more simple recipes… these come from The Everything Juicing Book by Carole Jacobs. Purchase here.
A Hidden Clove
“Good for reducing water retention. The sweetness of the carrots will offset the strong taste of garlic, and the dill adds a touch of green.”
2 garlic cloves
1 sprig baby dill
“Good for reducing bloat. Spinach is rich in iron, vitamins A, C, E. It helps protect against osteoporosis, constipation, and calcium absorption.”
1 cup spinach
1 red apple
1/4 lemon, with rind
1 celery stalk
“Good for reducing cravings for sour foods. Craving for sour foods can come from a lack of acetic acid. Green veggies are high in chlorophyll and help with these cravings.”
3 celery stalks
1 red apple
1 fist spinach
1 fist beet greens
Super Green Juice
“Good for juice fasting. Green juices are known for their cleansing capabilities.”
1 red apple
4 romaine lettuce leaves
1 cucumber, peeled
1 celery stalk
1 garlic clove
“Good for juice fasting. Lemon juice is a natural diuretic that helps eliminate excess fluids. This simple, refreshing juice is perfect for a hot summer day.”
“Good for stress relief and depression.”
1 roma tomato
1 fist parsley
2 celery stalks
1 bell pepper
2 beet green leaves
“Good for juice fasting. If you feel hungry try drinking this juice as a snack to satisfy your appetite.”
“Good for reducing water retention. Eating foods used as diuretics is helpful in managing water retention or bloat. Some of these foods are watermelon, cantaloupe, garlic, and dill.”
1 cup watermelon
I would love to see your juicing pictures continue to flood social media! It gets others asking questions & plants seeds of positivity. You can continue to use the #7daysofgreenjuice tag or use #SWBjuicing (Still Waters Blog) 🙂 I am always up for hosting another challenge… just let me know when you are ready for more!
Happy juicing my friends!
2 thoughts on “Completing the #7DaysofGreenJuice challenge // 8 MORE JUICE RECIPES”
My name is Stephanie Herndon. I’m classmate of your moms. I’ve following your story for a few years. I’m really impressed with this juice challenge and I’m considering doing it. I don’t have a juicer but I have a smoothie maker. So that might not work. You are a great inspiration for all.
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Thank you Stephanie! I have a post that outlines how to make juice in a blender!