powered by parsley

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parsley is one potent little plant that packs a powerful punch nutritionally and i make sure to eat some just about everyday! it is extremely high in chlorophyll, the green pigment found in plants. chlorophyll is vital for the process of photosynthesis which allows a plant to obtain food directly from carbon dioxide using energy from the sun.

that makes parsley a warehouse of energy, creating its own food, producing its own power and giving it an ability to improve your circulation, increase your energy and help detoxify your liver. mix the parsley up with some pineapple, a tropical fruit that contains the proteolytic enzyme bromelain, and you greatly aid your body in the digestion of proteins. the addition of the pineapple also helps prevent blood clot formation and is beneficial in the treatment of high blood pressure. this smoothie is as easy as they get, adding more pineapple or more parsley to suit your palette but personally i go very heavy on the parsley.

powered by parsley

3 cups water

1 cup parsley

1 cup frozen pineapple

1. place everything in a blender & blend well. makes about one quart.

 

 

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24 Responses to “powered by parsley”
  1. Amy Timmons says:

    another fantastic juice to start my day! definitely was craving the parsley, probably because my liver needs a good scrubbin’!

  2. John Price says:

    Great pick me up at the end of a hot day installing solar panels.

  3. Allie says:

    I loooove parsley in my smoothies and green juice. I didn’t start adding it until this year, after I learned about my mast cell issues and issues with histamine. Parlsey was recommended for me to put in EVERYTHING because of its anti-inflammatory effects and all the nutrition! This is super simple and I will probably make it today! (:

  4. Bobbi says:

    Sounds good! I wouldn’t have thought of adding parsley! Great for St. Paddys day too!

  5. Herbs are amazing arent they?

  6. Natalie says:

    I never thought to mix parsley with anything, but the way you put it, it’s definitely worth a try. I love pineapple too! This is a super easy and healthy recipe! Thank you for sharing.

    Natalie

  7. Andy Salgado says:

    I actually started adding parsley in my smoothie and now came across this! Man, I like it in my taco but it is much healthier in a smoothie. lol Thank you so much, will try it with pineapple! 🙂 Normally, I do kale, spinach, oj and banana as sweetener 🙂 !

  8. Kelly says:

    This sounds simple and super yummy! I have been making smoothies so much recently, and green ones are always my favorite! I will definitely have to try this! 🙂

  9. I love a green smoothie! I’ve never tried one with parsley before. Will have to try it out!

  10. Helene says:

    I’m usually turned off by green smoothies, but this sounds delicious!

    xo, Helene
    http://www.circleskirtsandpetticoats.wordpress.com

  11. Danielle says:

    This sounds amazing! Definitely need to try it out.

  12. Katie says:

    What an interesting combination, I might have to try this and see how it tastes.

  13. Kim says:

    Great information…I’ve been making a lot of smoothies lately and this would be a great, healthy addition.

  14. Christina says:

    Oh wow I did not know that about parsley before!

  15. Chelsea says:

    I had no idea parsley was such a powerhouse herb! I need to start adding it to my smoothies!

  16. Alicia says:

    I’m gonna have to try this smoothie sometime! I’ve never heard of adding parsley to smoothies or juices. The pineapple sounds good!

  17. Had me thinking to try this on weekends.

  18. Linda says:

    What can I say except pineapple and parsley together is a winner

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