This is not to say that you can’t juice fruits, carrots, and red beets. Fruits and sweet root vegetables can be healthy additions to your drinks, and they'll definitely add sweetness and flavor. You just want to make sure that they never make up more than one-third of each glass that you drink.
3 C Spinach leaves, washed well
1 Carrot, peeled & washed, diced
1 Beet medium sized, peeled & washed, diced
1 Orange medium sized, you can replace with 1/2 cup orange juice
2 Tomatoes, washed & diced
Secret Ingredient 1 inch Ginger, and a dash of black pepper powder (optional)
The Art of Juicing:
1. Juicing is, for the most part, quite easy to do. You make sure that your vegetables are small or crunch-able enough to fit through the feeding mechanism of your juicer, and you push them in one at a time.
2. It's best to juice soft vegetables like leafy greens first, as they are a bit harder to push through the extraction mechanism than firmer vegetables like carrots and celery. Firmer vegetables like carrots and celery can actually help to push any bits of softer vegetables that are deep within the feeding tube of your juicer but not yet completely through the extraction mechanism.