Had a little bit late start this morning, went to bed a little late last night. My apologies, as you can see it’s daytime now, I think it is probably seven 30 in the morning. And it’s starting to get springtime today. This morning. We are going with the rest of the bag of kale. If you remember yesterday, I was pretty disappointed with the amount of water that was in here. But whatever, maybe I should get it where it’s not cut up, but we’ll worry about that later on where you are trying some pears and turn it around. There you go. These are sweet or may pairs. There you go. Yeah, that word does Johnno pairs. We’re trying what is this squash little squash in there? We’ve got asparagus. We got our Kiwi and then I saw this. It looked cool. I think it’s a star fruit.
Not really sure what it is. I doubt it’s in the book, but I wanted to give it a shot. See what happens might be the missing factor that we’ve all been looking for. Right? So let’s go through each vegetable and discuss what benefits we are getting out of it. So squash, remember in the morning times, we’re trying to have more of a sugar, right? More, more sugar in the morning, less sugar at nighttime. So more greens at night, more fruits in the morning time. So that’s why we have three different fruits. We have three vegetables as well, but that’s more or less for the water and you know, a couple of the nutrients, but the pair, the Kiwi, and the funny looking fruit thinking, it’s a star fruit. I could be wrong. Those are for the morning time. All right, let’s go.
Duh, the squash vitamins, a C E N B six. Nice in diabetes management anti-inflammation and lung health. And we got kale and asparagus that’s over here. Kale, we got vitamins, a K and C magnesium cholesterol, health, cancer prevention, eye health, and weight loss. Then we have asparagus. Remember, this is what asparagus looks like. Vitamin C K, and eight full late digestive health, blood pressure, pressure. Excuse me, pressure regulation and weight loss. Now, remember this is out of the green juicing recipes, recipe book. If you want a little tag along if you’re doing this with me, when I see what’s going on that’s the book that I’m using, all right out of our fruits. Don’t forget. We’ve got pears, Kiwi, and I think starfruit, so let’s go to pairs. Here we go. There you go. Vitamin C and K potassium, digestive health, weight loss, immunity, boost, kidney stone prevention, heart health.
Hmm. That’s good. That’s nice. Then let’s go to key week. Where did it go? There it is. Okay. Vitamin C K N E late potassium. Anti-Inflammation respiratory health, digestive health, immune immunity boost, eye health, blood pressure regulation. And then starfruit, I doubt that they have it. So we’ve got strawberry raspberry pineapple, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. No, no. So just kind of like our peppers. We’ll have to figure out what, what it does for us later on, but it was fun. It will be fun. And hopefully it’ll give us another a new flavor, right. Something, something unique. All right. See you in a minute.