Juice – in your juicer
2 large leaves of kale – 100gms approx
1/8 cabbage or a small slice off a big one
Handful of mint leaves
3 oranges
4 tomatoes
1 small zucchini – I peeled half the skin off
2 carrots
Makes enough for 2 x 300ml glasses
Nutrition notes-
Kale, raw Just 100gm serving of this superfood contains a daily dose of vitamin C and more than your daily amount of vitamin A. The calcium-rich food also provides a large dose of Vitamin K(1) – the vital nutrient to help your blood clot. And Kale is a good source of vitamin B6, folate, and manganese thiamin, riboflavin, pantothenic acid, vitamin E and several dietary minerals, including iron, calcium, potassium, and phosphorus
Cabbage The amino acid glutamine in cabbage juice is totally gentle and cleansing on the digestive  system, detoxifying, repairing ulcers, healing and regenerating. 
Mint –  aids digestion and promotes good colon health
Zucchini is a very good source of potassium, an important intra-cellular electrolyte. Potassium is a heart-friendly electrolyte and helps with the reduction of blood pressure and lowering of heart rates. VitaminA, 4%. Vitamin C, 29%. Iron, 2%. Vitamin B-6, 10% Magnesium, 4%. 
1. Vitamin K- Like calcium, vitamin K is known as a bone-enhancing nutrient. Studies have found that people ingesting good amounts of vitamin K are at a decreased risk of bone fractures. 
There is also evidence that vitamin K helps prevent arterial calcification.

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