This is the juice to make when you have severe insomnia (like I do) but can't catch up with your sleep because you have a lot to study for AND a speech to rehearse (like I do) and are developing a headache or migraine (like I am - NO! WAS!).
I find that with this juice, which I'm drinking right now, the carotenoids are easily absorbed for a great enzyme boost, so there's some nice energy there, and the ginger is keeping those nasty prostaglandins at bay, helping to cure my headache! I'M READY FOR THE DAY!
Down with over-the-counter mumbo jumbo they all call medicine! Nature is the way! Right on!
Submitted by kellymyra on October 19, 2009 - 1:35pm
This is a quick simple salad for those of you with a sweet tooth. Choose a nice ripe pineapple. Look for one that is yellower on the outside and smells fragrant. If it’s still quite green it will be tart and can burn your mouth. Unfortunately most fruit we buy from the supermarket is picked before is has fully ripened to extend the shelf life. However, you can sit your pineapple on the shelf for a few days to ripen if there are no ripe ones available. Eating fully ripened fruit is important. The fruit has properly developed and has just the right amount of enzymes to help you to digest it properly.