I am currently taking part in “The Big Juice Spring Clean“, an international juice cleanse based around Jason Vale’s books “7lb in 7 days” and “Juice Yourself Slim”. Throughout this 2 week period I am sharing a few of my favourite juices with you. Today’s juice of choice is the “mean green”.

In Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead, Joe Cross and Phil Staples both lost weight and improved their health. One of their key weapons to helping their bodies heal was this mean green juice.

This is the official recipe used by Joe Cross and Phil Staples according to the Reboot Program.

6 Kale Leaves
1 Cucumber
4 Celery Stalks
2 Green Apples
1/2 Lemon
1 piece of ginger

When making this I suggest sandwiching the kale between the 2 apples as this will help get the maximum juice.


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6 Responses to Mean Green Juice

  1. [...] Earlier in the week I have shared the recipes for “Jay’s Famous Lemonade” and “Mean Green” and today I would like to share Jason Vale’s “Turbo [...]

  2. Letty says:

    How many time can i take the mean green a day? and can i blend mean green for the hole day or do i blend every time i’m going to drink?

    • Neil says:

      Letty, most days I have anything between 2 and 6 juices. It is always best to make them fresh, but you can also make them at the start of the day and store them in air tight containers (preferably in the fridge)

  3. [...] am a big fan of Kale, including it cooked dishes, raw in salads and also in juices! For those who missed my previous post here are ten great benefits of adding more kale to your [...]

  4. [...] In Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead, Joe Cross and Phil Staples both lost weight and improved their health. One of their key weapons to helping their bodies heal was this mean green juice. [...]

  5. [...] In Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead, Joe Cross and Phil Staples both lost weight and improved their health. One of their key weapons to helping their bodies heal was this mean green juice. [...]

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