This cruciferous juice recipe uses a cauliflower, kale, watercress and broccoli for nutrients with carrots for sweetness. You can mix it up with different vegetables if you want, ideally from the top of your personalised Nutrient Optimiser food list.
A meal of whole foods is always going to be better than juice, but the juice can be a great way to boost your micronutrients quickly.
This high cruciferous juice provides you with a ton of fibre, vitamin B5, B6, folate, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, copper and potassium.
The fibre along with the lack of fat and starch means that this juice recipe gets a solid satiety score. It also has a fairly high nutrivore score which means that you will feel quite full and get plenty of nutrients without a lot of calories.
One 180 calorie serving of this recipe provides 10 g of protein, 2 g of fat and 24 g of net carbs.
The Cronometer screengrab below shows the nutrients provided by 2000 calories of this recipe relative to the Optimal Nutrient Intakes.
|Cauliflower, Raw||1||cup, cut pieces|
|Kale, Raw||2||cup, chopped|
|Watercress, Raw||0.66||cup, chopped|
|Broccoli||2||cup, whole pieces|
- Blend all ingredients thoroughly.
- Add water for consistency.
- Consume fresh.
- maximum nutrient density
- fat loss
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