Naked Juice Green Machine Is Delicious and Convenient
It’s not always easy to find time to cut up fruits and vegetables, pull out the juicer, and create a nutritious, delicious beverage.
Nor is it easy to always get in all the servings of fruits and vegetables I should have per day. Though I prefer to make my own concoctions, I love stocking up on Naked Juice’s Green Machine.
It’s got way more variety in it than the juices I make on my own, so that’s one bonus to purchasing these instead of making a big production of juicing my own produce.
Even the bottle will tell you that it looks weird. It does. And it’s thicker than the juice I make myself, too, somewhere between juice and smoothie. Here’s what’s inside:
- 2 ¾ apples
- ½ banana
- 1/3 kiwi
- 1/3 mango
- A hint of pineapple
- 1,300 mg spirulina
- 400 mg chlorella
- 100 mg broccoli
- 100 mg spinach
- 50 mg blue green algae
- 50 mg garlic
- 75 mg barley grass
- 75 mg wheatgrass
- 50 mg ginger
- 50 mg parsley
See what I mean about having things in there I wouldn’t necessarily add? I could probably get pretty close by juicing the first set of ingredients (through the hint of pineapple) and adding in the Amazing Grass SuperFood Powder, but I haven’t tried it yet.
I wouldn’t get that hint of garlic I love (I know, I’m weird). I mostly taste the pineapple, kiwi, and garlic, but I will warn you that if you dislike bananas, the banana may stand out too much to your taste buds like it did for my friend.
When you’re looking for a convenience juice, I recommend this one. it’s got some of the benefits of eating your veggies, wrapped up in the taste of delicious fruit, and it’s 100 percent juice. The only down side to it is the amount of sugar (it’s from fruit, at least), which is 28 grams per 8 fl oz serving.
Photo credit: Naked Juice