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The Buzz

"Morning Kick"



6 large carrots

3 oranges

1 small lemon

1 ounce fresh ginger

1 tsp turmeric

1/4 tsp cayenne pepper

PREP 10 MIN    |    COOK 0 MIN     |    TOTAL 10 MIN 

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Highlights & Tips

The Buzz is a fresh and zesty drink with a kick!  It has so many benefits.  Starting with the carrots, they help aid in healthy teeth, help against heard disease, help with eye sight and have plenty of antioxidants.

Ginger helps to settle the stomach, aid in digestion, helps with heartburn and helps with weight loss.

The rest of the ingredients provide additional benefits but most importantly add the zip to the drink!  If you don't like heat skip the cayenne.


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Health Benefits

Turmeric is one of the world's healthiest super foods!  Adding this spice into a dish that compliments it will add a number of health benefits!


The spice is known for boosting energy levels, boosting mobility, is an anti-inflammatory, is linked to lowering the risk of heart disease & cancer and is high in antioxidants!  Truly a super food spice indeed

Cayenne pepper reduces joint and muscle pain.  Additionally it aids in weight loss.


Recipe Supplies

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The best way to make juice quickly is to have your fruits and veggies washed and ready to go in stored containers in your refrigerators.


Use some easy to use and clean chopping boards to chop up your fruits and vegetables

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Purchase your own juicer for home to quickly whip up a fresh glass of juice.  There are so many juicers on the market but you can start with a simple one that is inexpensive to see if juicing is for you


You can use any kind of glass for this juice but use a bled bottle to mix the powders.  We like tumblers because its easy to drink but if you want to add any powder supplements of protein powders use a blend bottle.

Budget Tips

If you want to save a little money make your own juice.  If you buy your produce in bulk and clean and prep things yourself you will save a little money.  I purchase some of my vegetables at a club like Costco or a local farmers market.  I'm blessed to live near a weekly farmers market and know several vendors who give me a deal on fresh veggies if I buy bulk and buy often!    If a farmers market is not available try asking your local grocery manager if they can get a bigger pack size of fresh fruit and vegetables.  You would be surprised what you might find!    

Storage Recommendations

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Storage is VERY important when holding on to your juice!  First it's important to know if using a centrifugal juicer your fresh juice will only be good for 24 hours if sealed in a tight jar or bottle in the refrigerator.  If using a masticating or cold press juicer you can hold onto your juice for 3-4 days in a refrigerator.

Its best to drink your fresh juice right away but if you can't place it in a tight sealed jar or bottle with little air.  The sooner you drink your fresh juice the more antioxidants, vitamins and minerals you will consume!

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What to do with left over's or extra product?

Oranges are great for snacks by themselves or you can toss them in a fruit salad.  

Use left over ginger for a great Thai dish such as Pho bowl or a fresh noodle vegetable dish.

The Buzz

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PREP 10 MIN    |    COOK 0 MIN     |    TOTAL 10 MIN    


6 large carrots

3 oranges

1 small lemon

1 ounce fresh ginger

1 tsp turmeric

1/4 tsp cayenne pepper


Make sure you clean and wash your vegetables and fruit before you make your juice.  This is especially important because you will be consuming this juice in it's natural raw state, the way nature intended and no one wants to get sick!

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Step 2

Once your vegetables and fruit are cleaned make sure they are cut if needed to fit in your juicer.  (Depends on the juicer you have)  

It doesn't matter what order you juice your vegetables and fruit although I tend to juice one vegetable at a time then move onto the next.

Step 3



Step 4

Once you finish juicing all your yummy fruits and vegetables and poor the juice into a blend bottle and add the turmeric and cayenne, mix well.  Poor into a glass tumbler and drink it right away or store it in the refrigerator up to 24 hours depending on your juicer.


□ Calories       60   Cal

□ Protein           1    grams

□ Fiber              4    grams

□ Sugar             0    grams

□ Carbs            2    grams

□ Fat                0      grams

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The key to making any juice is to be prepared to make them quickly.  That means have your fruits and vegetables washed and ready to grab and extract your juice when you are ready!  I always wash my produce then place them in food containers in the refrigerator so I can quickly get them when I need them!  

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