Watermelon fennel juice, a refreshing summer juice

I hope everyone had an enjoyable 4th of July weekend.  During the summer months, we all want something that is cool, refreshing, light tasting to the palate and good for you.  Over the weekend, I created a refreshing summer cocktail that was pleasing to the taste buds. This juice satisfies the thirst with the quenching flavor of watermelon accented with organic fennel.  The mild licorice flavor of the fennel gives this juice just the right zing to enhance the refreshingly taste of this great summer tonic.

My friends enjoyed it and I hope you will too. The fennel is excellent for relieving intestinal antispasmodic symptoms while expelling gas.  This vegetable/ herb is anti cancer due to the phytoestrogen compound.  Watermelon is also anti cancer, packed with antioxidants and when you juice the rind, you’re receiving chlorophyll that oxygenate the blood and cleanses your system.  These two foods together create a dynamic juice. Enjoy the Raw Juice Experience!

Ingredients: (Yields approx. 60 ozs.)

1/4 of a medium watermelon including rind

1 whole fennel bulb and stalk

Juice all the ingredients and enjoy the cool refreshing sweetness

This is what you’re getting: Lots of Vitamin C, Beta Carotene, Potassium, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus

 

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4 thoughts on “Summer Refresher – Watermelon and Fennel Juice

  1. Fruits are a pleasant way of keeping cancers at bay! The nature is kind enough to give us these fruits as a delicious tingle to our pallets and at the same time keep us immune to dreaded cancers.
    Cancer care

  2. Sorry for the delayed response, you were in my spam folder. I agree fruit is a pleasant way to inhibit cancer growth. When I was battling cancer, I feasted regularly on berries and melons. My focus was on boosting my immune system and alkalizing my body. Often I wonder if I had known about the healing components in foods could I have prevented my cancer. I like your site.

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  4. Thank you. I am happy to know that I have provided you with the information you had been seeking. Thanks again and keep juicing. 🙂

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