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SPARKLING MEMORY

by Cherie Calbom

This drink is surprisingly delicious, has a slightly 'nutty' flavor and is good for improving the memory. It is especially rich in
choline, one of the B vitamins that increases acetylcholine, a substance that is the message carrier of the brain.

4-5 medium size carrots
3 stalks of celery, with leaves if you like
1/4 head of a small cabbage, cut into sections that fit your juicer
1/4 lemon (peel if not organic) (optional)

1. Cut the green tops of the carrots and scrub well (you don't need to peel)
2. Wash the celery and cabbage
3. Juice the carrots, celery and cabbage; add lemon as desired
4. Stir the combined juice, pour into a glass and serve chilled or at room temperature as desired.

Preparation time: 5 minutes
Yield: about 8 ounces (1 serving)
Nutritional breakdown (per serving)
Calories: 219
Protein: 9g
Carbohydrates: 50g
Saturated fat: .1g
Fat: 1.3g
Sodium: 269mg
Cholesterol: 0
% of fat calories: 5

 

 

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