Youtube Title: LOU CORONA! Lou's Daily Juicing Recipe: LEMON GINGER BLAST!
Uploaded by: LifeRegenerator (Dan McDonald)

Dan McDonald is a raw food diet/natural health educator.  He's been living the
raw food lifestyle and educating others for over 10 years.  As a raw living food
fanatic, Dan has helped thousands of people lose weight and change their lives.  
His clients have lost anywhere from 10 to 250lbs.  You can learn more about
the raw food diet and other health advice from Dan by visiting his website and
Youtube channel.

Youtube Channel: Lou Corona is also a raw food diet/natural health educator and has been
teaching individuals and transforming lives for over 35 years.  At the age of 21,
Lou was suffering from a multitude of illnesses and conditions including chronic
asthma, a cancerous tumor, major constipation, candida, and acne.  With a
healing regimen and life-transformation principles, Lou defied the odds and
regained his health.  Ever since then, Lou has been living a radiant and healthy
lifestyle.  He's also been inspiring and educating others about the 4 principles
that helped him to regain his health.  You can learn more about the raw food
diet and other health advice from Lou by visiting his website and watching his
Youtube videos.  

Youtube Search: Lou Corona  

Lou Corona's Lemon-Ginger Blast drink provides all of the following health

- anti-viral
- anti-bacterial
- anti-fungal
- anti-mucus
- anti-parasitic
- enhances circulation
- stimulates digestion
- neutralizes free radicals
- oxygenating
- detoxifying
- energizing
- anti-aging


2 Apples

1-3 Inch Piece of Ginger

1 Lemon (unpeeled if organic, peeled if not organic)

1 Bunch Cilantro

1 Bunch Parsley

1 Bunch Arugula

3 Habanero Peppers

1 Cucumber


Place each ingredient in the juicer.  For the most nutritional benefits, drink juice
soon after it’s made.  This retains the nutrients, including important enzymes.  
Immediately pour any remaining juice into glass mason jars and seal shut with
plastic lids (metal lids rust).  Store jars of juice in the refrigerator or cooler until  
ready to drink. With proper storage, fresh pressed juice can stay fresh for up to
3 days.

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