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I was recently invited to juice master Jason Vale‘s film premiere in Leicester Square, where I got the opportunity to sample his latest creation, Super Juice Me… In the docu-film, 8 chronically ill individuals go to live in a Portuguese retreat and subsist on Jason’s juice concoctions; through juicing, they try to tackle their ailments and improve their quality of life. It’s a fascinating film, and was very much an inspiring day, which got me fired up to make two of his quite delicious recipes – ‘The Berry Crunch’ (sumptuously sweet and perfect for someone with a little bit of a sweet tooth, like me perhaps) and ‘The Natural Energiser’ (a refreshingly zesty power-elixir to wake you up with a bolt!). Click MORE for the recipes…



I do love the concept of fresh juicing – a focussed way to give your system a direct shot of vitamins, minerals, enzymes, plant-based protein and fibre without the body having to work hard at breaking it down. It also boosts energy and immune levels, and I’ve found it can leaving the skin glowing. I tend to opt for low-GI plants and fruits such as spinach, cucumber, kale and berries, as juices deliver sugars straight to your bloodstream, so make it as hard as possible for the body to break them down. Also, I’d suggest sipping them through a straw preferably – it’s far better for your teeth.

Here’s my FULL TAKE on the Juice Diet that I tried in January of this year.

I hope you enjoy them both! Faya x

Berry Crunch (Pictured above)
2 Apples
2 handful Mixed Berries (fresh or frozen)
2tbsp Live Yoghurt
1/2 fair trade Banana
1 tbsp Mixed Seeds
Ice Cubes

The Natural Energiser (Pictured Below)
1/4 medium Pineapple
1 big handful of Spinach
1/4 medium Cucumber
1/4 medium Courgette
1cm chunk Fennel
15 Sugar Snap Peas
1/2 wax free Lime
Ice Cubes

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