• Heather Jamison

Immunity Boosting Juice


Now, more than ever, the country is consumed with staying well. While I was at the store the other day, most of the brave shoppers were loading their carts with canned goods and dried pasta (they definitely were not filling up with toilet paper, as there was none). I was fearlessly filling my cart with the abundance of produce on the shelves. I figure, if all the canned goods disappear from the shelves first and I come back in a week when my produce stash is gone, I should still be able to find fresh food since it's not going out of stock in the pandemonium. (If I'm wrong, I may need someone to share food with us in the near future). I recognize that those non-perishable items are shelf stable, but they're not going to do anything to keep you well. So, hop on Instacart, add those fresh fruits and veggies, follow the recipes below, and drink yourself to good health as you keep your self-quarantine boredom at bay.


Lovely Green Juice (pictured)

1 cucumber

half an entire stalk of celery

1 lemon

5 green apples

1 red apple

1 cup kale

1 in. piece of fresh ginger


1. Peel the ginger.

2. Juice your way to happiness.

3. Serve chilled or on ice.

*Makes six servings.


Carrot Juice (not shown in picture)

5 lbs. carrots, peeled

5 red apples

1 lemon


1. Wash your fruits and veggies thoroughly. I use Thieves Fruit and Veggies Soak. Cut them up so they will fit into your juicer machine.

2. Juice until you can juice no more.

3 . Serve chilled or on ice.


Pink Juice (Pictured)

*I call this pink juice, because if I say, "beet juice," my kids won't touch it.

3 beets peeled

4 large carrots

5 green apples

1 lemon


1. Wash your fruits and veggies thoroughly. I use Thieves Fruit and Veggies Soak. Cut them up so they will fit into your juicer machine. 2. Juice away

3. Enjoy chilled or on ice.





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