The color of this juice is stunning with hues of pink, peach, orange and red colliding to make a gorgeous glass of vitamin and antioxidant goodness.
This is a great juice full of potassium, vitamins C, K, A and folate (a B vitamin, known as B9 or Folacin) that is essential for cell growth and reproduction.
Juicing a papaya instantly takes on a smoothie consistency, which makes sense considering it’s alien like gelatinous seeds. Papaya juiced with pomegranate seeds and orange juice is unique and it has a feeling of sipping boboa when you drop in a few extra pomegranate seeds to the bottom of your glass. Cheers to another vibrant day!
- 1 whole ripe papaya
- 2 medium pomegranates (set 1 tsp of seeds aside for garnish)
- 6 valencia orange
- 1/4 tsp bee pollen (optional)
- Juice papaya, pomegranates and oranges.
- Stir and garnish with bee pollen and extra pomegranate seed.
Christina Ross is a dynamic chef, educator, columnist and blogger who loves to have her hands in all areas of healthy eating and healthy living. She has made it her mission to spread happiness and health to the masses and does so through her raw vegan food company PatisseRaw, blog Love-Fed.com, column in Natural Child World Magazine and classes taught privately and publicly at Whole Foods Markets. Christina is currently in the works of publishing her first cookbook and in the meantime she has shared some of her energizing, creative and fun recipes and wisdom with us.s