Papaya Salad Juice⁣

Hello. Here is a delicious juice for you that uses enzyme rich papaya. Enjoy! ⁣

Clean, prep and chop all ingredients to fit your juicer. Juice in the order given⁣.

6 Romaine Leaves⁣
1/2 papaya, peel and seeds removed*⁣
1 lime, peeled⁣
1 cup of green grapes ⁣

yield approx. 16 ounces⁣
*Papaya seeds have a very strong peppery flavor. Try adding a small spoonful of them into your juicer with your papaya pieces and see how you like them.⁣

Papaya – Papayas contain an enzyme called papain. This is a plant-based enzyme that functions like a digestive enzyme in the body. Digestive enzymes help the body breakdown fats, carbs, and proteins, which is great for people with indigestion, food intolerances, or gastrointestinal disorders. ⁣

Lime – Lime juice adds a great twist to juice recipes. Like lemons, limes are an excellent source of vitamin C, citric acid, and antioxidants. This offers the body protection against kidney stones, heart disease, and oxidative stress.⁣

Romaine lettuce – Romaine lettuce often doesn’t get as much praise as other leafy greens. But this mild tasting green has its own benefits. First, it’s a great substitute if you don’t care for the bitter taste of arugula, kale, or collard greens. It’s also a rich source of vitamins and minerals like calcium, magnesium, potassium, vitamin C, vitamin K, and folate.⁣

Green grapes – There are several types of grapes, including red, black, purple, green, and even pink. A single cup of grapes can provide 25 percent of the daily recommended vitamin K needs. Vitamin K helps our body maintain strong bones. Research shows it decreases the risk of breaks and fractures. This is because vitamin K optimizes bone mineralization and promotes balanced calcium levels. ⁣
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