2 cups of cranberries

1 Orange

2 Stalks of Celery

1/2 Bulb of Fennel

2 Medium Sized Apples

  1.  Wash all fruit and vegetables
  2.  Cut or pull leaves off of the celery
  3.  Peel the orange or juice it in a citrus juicer.
  4.  Cut all fruit and veggies to fit in your juicer.
  5.  Juice and Enjoy!

Tips:

Cranberries do not give too much juice. If you juice them with something juicey it mixes together. You

can try to put in some apples, then cranberries, then apples, etc.

Add a squeeze of lemon

Add a pinch of salt

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Rachel Maietta

Rachel is the office manager at Prama Wellness Center, office assistant at Prama Institute, and a dedicated mother.  She holds BA in Developmental Psychology from Suffolk University.  She started her interest in health and wellness when starting her yoga and meditation practice 18 years ago.  Since then she has attended many workshops, retreats, and trainings on the subject.  She has happily lived and worked in the Prama community with her husband, Alex and their two young boys for the last three years.

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