Flower Power 24oz

Sent to us by the author of "Faces of Juicing".

You can optionally add any or all of these to it: 1 handful of parsley, 1 handful of cilantro, 1 garlic clove.

Ingredients

  • Brussel Sprout - 1 sprout 19g
  • Cucumber - 1 cucumber (8-1/4") 301g
  • Oranges - 2 fruit (2-5/8" dia) 262g
  • Pineapple - 1/4 fruit 226.25g
  • Spinach - 5 handful 125g

Directions

Try to get the spinach through first by alternating a hard fruit/vegetable with the spinach as you feed it in.


Juiced
Nutrition Facts (Juiced)
Calories 184
Calories from Fat 9.08
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 1.01g 2.89%
Saturated Fat 0.18g 0.90%
Monounsaturated Fat 0.084g
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.336g
Cholesterol 0mg
Sodium 77mg 5.13%
Potassium 1412mg 30.04%
Total Carbohydrate 53.57g 41.21%
Dietary Fiber 1.4g 3.68%
Sugars 36.4g
Protein 6.8g
Vitamin A 444µg 49.33%
Vitamin C 184.3mg 204.78%
Calcium 217mg 21.70%
Iron 3.74mg 46.75%
* The Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet, so your values may change depending on your calorie needs. The values here may not be 100% accurate because the recipes have not been professionally evaluated nor have they been evaluated by the U.S. FDA.
Vitamins
Choline 55.4mg 10.07%
Folate 197µg 49.25%
Niacin 2.216mg 13.85%
Riboflavin 0.366mg 28.15%
Thiamin 0.318mg 26.50%
Vitamin B-12 0µg
Vitamin B-6 0.563mg 43.31%
Vitamin D 0IU
Vitamin E 2.29mg 15.27%
Vitamin K 474.9µg 395.75%
Minerals
Copper 0.46mg 51.11%
Magnesium 108mg 25.71%
Phosphorus 139mg 19.86%
Selenium 2.8µg 5.09%
Zinc 1.24mg 11.27%
Other
Caffeine 0mg
Theobromine 0mg
Water 755.18g
The 'Juiced' nutrient values are calculated estimates based off of the USDA nutrition database.
These nutrient values are estimates based on various studies. They should not be considered as 100% accurate.
Solid
Nutrition Facts (Solid)
Calories 318
Calories from Fat 13.15
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 1.46g 4.17%
Saturated Fat 0.262g 1.31%
Monounsaturated Fat 0.122g
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.488g
Cholesterol 0mg
Sodium 112mg 7.47%
Potassium 1935mg 41.17%
Total Carbohydrate 77.63g 59.72%
Dietary Fiber 14.4g 37.89%
Sugars 52.75g
Protein 9.86g
Vitamin A 644µg 71.56%
Vitamin C 307.2mg 341.33%
Calcium 314mg 31.40%
Iron 5.41mg 67.62%
* The Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet, so your values may change depending on your calorie needs. The values here may not be 100% accurate because the recipes have not been professionally evaluated nor have they been evaluated by the U.S. FDA.
Vitamins
Choline 80.3mg 14.60%
Folate 394µg 98.50%
Niacin 3.212mg 20.08%
Riboflavin 0.53mg 40.77%
Thiamin 0.612mg 51.00%
Vitamin B-12 0µg
Vitamin B-6 0.816mg 62.77%
Vitamin D 0IU
Vitamin E 3.31mg 22.07%
Vitamin K 688.2µg 573.50%
Minerals
Copper 0.666mg 74.00%
Magnesium 196mg 46.67%
Phosphorus 201mg 28.71%
Selenium 4µg 7.27%
Zinc 1.8mg 16.36%
Other
Caffeine 0mg
Theobromine 0mg
Water 839.09g
All 'Solid' nutrient values are calculated from the USDA nutrition database.
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Benefits
  • Lower Blood Pressure

    When people who participated in the DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) Study added foods high in potassium, magnesium and fiber, their blood pressure dropped to healthier levels. Those people in the study who ate a diet rich in these compounds in addition to the other foods on this diet (low fat dairy foods, seafood, lean meat and poultry) lowered their blood pressure by 5.5 points (systolic) over 3.0 points (diastolic).

    A recent study also shows that certain protein compounds in spinach are beneficial in lowering high blood pressure.

    A flavonoid called hesperidin found in oranges can lower high blood pressure.

  • Cancer Prevention

    The fine chlorophyll and carotene (lutein) found in spinach is beneficial in fighting and preventing cancer. A variety of flavonoid compounds found in this vegetable are powerful anti-oxidants and anti-cancer agents. Studies have shown that properties in spinach slows down cancerous cell division, especially in cancers of the breast, cervical, prostate, stomach, and skin.

    Liminoid is a compound found in oranges that has been found to help fight cancers of the mouth, skin, lung, breast, stomach and colon. The high vitamin C content also acts as a good anti-oxidant that protects cells from damages by free radicals.

  • Stomach Cancer Prevention

    Consuming vitamin C rich foods helps to lower the incidence of peptic ulcers and in turn, reduce the risk of stomach cancer.

  • Improved Complexion

    The silica in cucumber is an essential component of healthy connective tissue, which includes intracellular cement, muscles, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, and bone. Cucumber juice is often recommended as a source of silicon to improve the complexion and health of the skin, plus cucumber’s high water content makes it naturally hydrating–a must for glowing skin.

    The anti-oxidant in orange help protect the skin from free radical damage known to cause signs of aging.

  • Reduce Inflammation

    The high alkalinity properties in spinach makes it the perfect choice of food for people suffering inflammatory ailments, like osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.

  • Blood Cleanse

    The high grade content of iron in spinach makes it a great blood builder. It regenerates and reactivates the red blood cells and supplies fresh oxygen to the body.

  • Digestion

    The high fiber content in spinach makes it a remarkable intestinal tract scrubber. It cleans out the system by removing the accumulated wastes in the digestive tracts by its mildly laxative effect. More importantly, it also repairs, heals and nourishes the tracts and tones up their functions. An excellent help for constipation, colitis, poor digestion or stomach ulcers.

    Though oranges taste acidic, it actually has an alkaline effect in the digestive system and helps stimulate the digestive juices, which helps to relieve constipation.

  • Immune System

    Oranges, being high in vitamin C can help stimulate white cells to fight infection, naturally building a good immune system.

  • Heart Disease Prevention

    Oranges, being high in flavonoids and vitamin C has been known to halve the risk of heart diseases.

  • Macular Degeneration Prevention

    The abundance content of vitamin A and carotenoids help prevent age-related eye problems. When combined with endive and carrot juice, it effectively helps prevent macular degeneration, night blindness, and the development of cataracts.

  • Bone Protection

    The high content of vitamin K is essential in anchoring calcium in bones, making it important to bone health.

Conditions
  • High Blood Pressure

    When people who participated in the DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) Study added foods high in potassium, magnesium and fiber, their blood pressure dropped to healthier levels. Those people in the study who ate a diet rich in these compounds in addition to the other foods on this diet (low fat dairy foods, seafood, lean meat and poultry) lowered their blood pressure by 5.5 points (systolic) over 3.0 points (diastolic).

    A recent study also shows that certain protein compounds in spinach are beneficial in lowering high blood pressure.

    A flavonoid called hesperidin found in oranges can lower high blood pressure.

  • Skin Cancer

    The fine chlorophyll and carotene (lutein) found in spinach is beneficial in fighting and preventing cancer. A variety of flavonoid compounds found in this vegetable are powerful anti-oxidants and anti-cancer agents. Studies have shown that properties in spinach slows down cancerous cell division, especially in cancers of the breast, cervical, prostate, stomach, and skin.

  • Cancer

    The fine chlorophyll and carotene (lutein) found in spinach is beneficial in fighting and preventing cancer. A variety of flavonoid compounds found in this vegetable are powerful anti-oxidants and anti-cancer agents. Studies have shown that properties in spinach slows down cancerous cell division, especially in cancers of the breast, cervical, prostate, stomach, and skin.

    Liminoid is a compound found in oranges that has been found to help fight cancers of the mouth, skin, lung, breast, stomach and colon. The high vitamin C content also acts as a good anti-oxidant that protects cells from damages by free radicals.

  • Depression

    Spinach is a great source of Manganese & Magnesium. Manganese and magnesium are two powerful allies in your depression-healing lifestyle. Manganese helps synthesize the fatty acids necessary for a healthy nervous system and is also involved with the synthesis of B vitamins, amino acid formation and the prevention of mood swings due to low blood sugar. Magnesium is crucial in helping manufacture the enzymes that support brain metabolism. In a study, the National Institute of Health found that a deficiency in magnesium reduces levels of mood-calming serotonin. Tryptophan is an essential amino acid that your brain converts to soothing serotonin. Tryptophan also helps you get that good night’s sleep that is so essential to controlling depression because the serotonin that tryptophan produces is itself converted into melatonin, the sleep-inducing hormone.

  • Colon Cancer

    Liminoid is a compound found in oranges that has been found to help fight cancers of the mouth, skin, lung, breast, stomach and colon. The high vitamin C content also acts as a good anti-oxidant that protects cells from damages by free radicals.

  • Lung Cancer

    Liminoid is a compound found in oranges that has been found to help fight cancers of the mouth, skin, lung, breast, stomach and colon. The high vitamin C content also acts as a good anti-oxidant that protects cells from damages by free radicals.

  • Stomach Cancer

    The fine chlorophyll and carotene (lutein) found in spinach is beneficial in fighting and preventing cancer. A variety of flavonoid compounds found in this vegetable are powerful anti-oxidants and anti-cancer agents. Studies have shown that properties in spinach slows down cancerous cell division, especially in cancers of the breast, cervical, prostate, stomach, and skin.

    Liminoid is a compound found in oranges that has been found to help fight cancers of the mouth, skin, lung, breast, stomach and colon. The high vitamin C content also acts as a good anti-oxidant that protects cells from damages by free radicals.

  • Breast Cancer

    The fine chlorophyll and carotene (lutein) found in spinach is beneficial in fighting and preventing cancer. A variety of flavonoid compounds found in this vegetable are powerful anti-oxidants and anti-cancer agents. Studies have shown that properties in spinach slows down cancerous cell division, especially in cancers of the breast, cervical, prostate, stomach, and skin.

    Liminoid is a compound found in oranges that has been found to help fight cancers of the mouth, skin, lung, breast, stomach and colon. The high vitamin C content also acts as a good anti-oxidant that protects cells from damages by free radicals.

  • Kidney Stones

    Drinking orange juice daily can significantly drop the risk of formation of calcium oxalate stones in the kidney.

  • Ulcers

    The high fiber content in spinach makes it a remarkable intestinal tract scrubber. It cleans out the system by removing the accumulated wastes in the digestive tracts by its mildly laxative effect. More importantly, it also repairs, heals and nourishes the tracts and tones up their functions. An excellent help for constipation, colitis, poor digestion or stomach ulcers.

    Consuming vitamin C rich foods helps to lower the incidence of peptic ulcers and in turn, reduce the risk of stomach cancer.

  • Anemia

    The high grade content of iron in spinach makes it a great blood builder. It regenerates and reactivates the red blood cells and supplies fresh oxygen to the body.

  • Mood Swings

    Spinach is a great source of Manganese & Magnesium. Manganese and magnesium are two powerful allies in your depression-healing lifestyle. Manganese helps synthesize the fatty acids necessary for a healthy nervous system and is also involved with the synthesis of B vitamins, amino acid formation and the prevention of mood swings due to low blood sugar. Magnesium is crucial in helping manufacture the enzymes that support brain metabolism. In a study, the National Institute of Health found that a deficiency in magnesium reduces levels of mood-calming serotonin. Tryptophan is an essential amino acid that your brain converts to soothing serotonin. Tryptophan also helps you get that good night’s sleep that is so essential to controlling depression because the serotonin that tryptophan produces is itself converted into melatonin, the sleep-inducing hormone.

  • Constipation

    The high fiber content in spinach makes it a remarkable intestinal tract scrubber. It cleans out the system by removing the accumulated wastes in the digestive tracts by its mildly laxative effect. More importantly, it also repairs, heals and nourishes the tracts and tones up their functions. An excellent help for constipation, colitis, poor digestion or stomach ulcers.

    Though oranges taste acidic, it actually has an alkaline effect in the digestive system and helps stimulate the digestive juices, which helps to relieve constipation.

  • Acidosis

    Its alkaline minerals are essential for cleaning out the tissues and maintaining the alkalinity of the blood, making it effective in combating acidosis.

  • Arthritis

    The high alkalinity properties in spinach makes it the perfect choice of food for people suffering inflammatory ailments, like osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.

  • Hangover

    Spinach is highly cleansing and building and is essential for the body's circulatory system, especially to the brain.

  • Prostate Cancer

    The fine chlorophyll and carotene (lutein) found in spinach is beneficial in fighting and preventing cancer. A variety of flavonoid compounds found in this vegetable are powerful anti-oxidants and anti-cancer agents. Studies have shown that properties in spinach slows down cancerous cell division, especially in cancers of the breast, cervical, prostate, stomach, and skin.

  • Osteoporosis

    The high content of vitamin K is essential in anchoring calcium in bones, making it important to bone health.

  • Indigestion

    The high fiber content in spinach makes it a remarkable intestinal tract scrubber. It cleans out the system by removing the accumulated wastes in the digestive tracts by its mildly laxative effect. More importantly, it also repairs, heals and nourishes the tracts and tones up their functions. An excellent help for constipation, colitis, poor digestion or stomach ulcers.

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