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Benefits of Bok Choy Juiced.

One of the surprise benefits of juicing is you tend to be more adventurous and experimental with vegetables.

Benefits of Bok Choi Juiced

This morning I added some Bok Choy to my Green is Great Juice (see recipe below.)

When I bought I did not think of its health benefits other than its green, it is a vegetable so it must be good. The previous times I had consumed Bok Choy was in overcooked, greasy, oily Chinese food.

The first time I juiced bok choy I could taste added freshness and crispness in my juice. Then I started steaming it for dinner and it is now one of my favourite veggies.

Health Benefits of Bok Choy

  1. Calories
    Bok Choy is a low calorie, very low sugar and zero fat food.
  2. Antioxidants
    Antioxidants help our bodies to fend off disease. Bok Choy is high in antioxidants.
  3. Vitamins
    Bok Choy contains Vitamin C
  4. Folic Acid
    Bok Choy is great if you are pregnant as it a good source of folic acids.
  5. Potassium
    Bok Choy is another source of potassium.
  6. Taste!
    Bok Choy is a cruciferous vegetable like broccoli. It tastes delicious both juiced and steamed!

Green is Great Juice Recipe

Juice the following:

2 apples
1 cucumber
lump of ginger
1 lime
6 kale leaves
6 celery stalks

Can be added to blender and blended with a frozen banana or 1/2 an avocado.

 

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  1. Hi
    I'm fairly new to juicing and thus have been doing some research. I have come across several articles, websites and books that state you should not combine fruits and vegetables. What is your thought on that?

    Thanks
    Maria

    • Hi Maria,

      I have read that but never heard of anyone being ill because they have mixed fruit and veggies. You should be aiming for a 80% veg and 20% fruit based juice but that can be a lot for beginners so I recommend a 60/40 split.

      If you are still concerned please take a look at my before and after photos. I lost 70 pounds and have run well over 1000 miles. I have never felt better.

  2. juicingpedia says:

    We have been experimenting with Bok Choy as well and love it. Keep up the great posts.

    ~Garret (Juicing Blogger @ Juicingpedia)

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