Welcome to the Paddison Program website! We’re super excited to share our first blog post and we thought, why not kick off with a big boost of our Green Goodness juice!
One of our favourite ways to start the day is to alkalise and energise with a Green Goodness Juice drink. I kid you not – the smell of fresh veggies being juiced in the morning is a pretty amazing thing to awaken the senses and start the day.
The Green Goodness Juice Benefits
Juicing is a major part of the Paddison Program and we look forward to sharing all the benefits of juicing with you including many ‘juicy’ recipes!
There are numerous benefits for those who have rheumatoid arthritis and other autoimmune or inflammatory diseases for the ingredients that are included within this recipe. For instance, ginger  has been seen in studies to reduce inflammation and offer pain relief.
Celery is also known to have antioxidant characteristics  that make it a great ingredient for those looking to have a more healthy lifestyle.
The Green Goodness Juice Recipe
1/2 Bunch Celery
1 inch fresh peeled Ginger
If possible, use organic vegetables in your juice. However, if you don’t have organic cucumber, peel the outer skin.
Wash all the vegetables and cut them into pieces small enough for them to fit into your juicer.
Place the cucumber and celery into the juice and juice them.
Add the ginger into the mix and then turn the juicer on again until you have a smooth consistency within the juicer.
Pour into a glass or mug and enjoy fresh. You can also store the juice drink for drinking later on.
We hope you enjoy your Green Goodness Juice drink.
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 Kooti W, Daraei N. A Review of the Antioxidant Activity of Celery ( Apium graveolens L). J Evid Based Complementary Altern Med. 2017;22(4):1029-1034. doi:10.1177/2156587217717415