Dr. Oz Detox: Green Drink Recipe

Dr. Oz loves green smoothies and juices, and this is one of his original recipes that you can use as a base or as inspiration for making your own. This green juice is full of vitamins and nutrients to start your day. If the green drink is too ‘earthy’ for you at first taste, then reduce the amount of parsley and bulk up your fruit content with strawberries or banana.

Watch the video above for instructions on a very similar Dr. Oz green juice recipe with spinach, cucumbers, celery, ginger, parsley, apples, lime, and lemon. And here’s another Dr. Oz green juice on his site with twice as many ingredients.

Green Drink Ingredients:

2 apples, cored
2 big handfuls of spinach
1/2 cup of chopped and washed parsley
1 celery stick, chopped
1/2-inch of ginger root, peeled
1 lemon – juice only (use peel for some zest)
1 medium cucumber

Instructions: Combine all ingredients in a blender. Use frozen fruits and ice if you want a frostier green smoothie and add water if you like a thinner consistency.

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