Jay Kordich

RAW Potato Juice!

I have been using these kinds of remedies for at least 50 years. They WORK and I'm going to tell you why.

Raw Potato you say? Yes...Potato juice is nutrient-rich. Most of us think that Potatoes are dangerous to juice because they are raw, but aren't they considered to be the same as a carrot, for example? I mean, after all they grow underground the same as Carrots do yes, so why do we consider them to be indigestible and inedible as raw? Perhaps it's because of the taste.

They have a sweet, sort of earthy crunchy taste to them, but when you juice them, you can't even taste it when combined with other root vegetables or leafy greens.

Do we Leave the Peel on?

YES! There are a lot of nutrients on the skins, so juice them!

High in Potassium:

An electrolyte and essential mineral, potassium helps maintain the electrical activity in your heart. It also helps with the production of protein and muscle and regulates the acid-base balance in your body’s cells. Potassium also helps with maintaining healthy body growth and aids breakdown and use of carbohydrates. A 1/2-cup serving of potato juice has 1,263 milligrams of potassium, which is almost 27 percent of the daily recommended dietary intake for all adults.

Here's one of our Classic Potato Juice Recipes:

2 Russet Potatoes (leave the skin on)
6 Carrots
2 cups Spinach or Parsley or Kale
1 inch Fresh Ginger Root
1/2 Lemon without Peel if not organic.

Want more HEALING information? Read Linda's blog on Potato Juice:

http://www.sunwarrior.com/news/therapeutic-benefits-of-raw-potato-juices-2/


RAW Potato Juice!I have been using these kinds of remedies for at least 50 years.  They WORK and I'm going to tell you why.Raw Potato you say?  Yes...Potato juice is nutrient-rich. Most of us think that Potatoes are dangerous to juice because they are raw, but aren't they considered to be the same as a carrot, for example?  I mean, after all they grow underground the same as Carrots do yes, so why do we consider them to be undigestible and inedible as raw?  Perhaps it's because of the taste.They have a sweet, sort of earthy crunchy taste to them, but when you juice them, you can't even taste it when combined with other root vegetables or leafy greens.Do we Leave the Peel on?YES!  There are a lot of nutrients on the skins, so juice them!High in Potassium:An electrolyte and essential mineral, potassium helps maintain the electrical activity in your heart. It also helps with the production of protein and muscle and regulates the acid-base balance in your body’s cells. Potassium also helps with maintaining healthy body growth and aids breakdown and use of carbohydrates. A 1/2-cup serving of potato juice has 1,263 milligrams of potassium, which is almost 27 percent of the daily recommended dietary intake for all adults.Here's one of our Classic Potato Juice Recipes:2 Russet Potatoes (leave the skin on)6 Carrots2 cups Spinach or Parsley or Kale1 inch Fresh Ginger Root1/2 Lemon without Peel if not organic.Want more HEALING information? Read Linda's blog on Potato Juice:http://www.sunwarrior.com/news/therapeutic-benefits-of-raw-potato-juices-2/
RAW Potato Juice!I have been using these kinds of remedies for at least 50 years. They WORK and I'm going to tell you why.Raw Potato you say? Yes...Potato juice is nutrient-rich. Most of us think that Potatoes are dangerous to juice because they are raw, but aren't they considered to be the same as a carrot, for example? I mean, after all they grow underground the same as Carrots do yes, so why do we consider them to be undigestible and inedible as raw? Perhaps it's because of the taste.They have a sweet, sort of earthy crunchy taste to them, but when you juice them, you can't even taste it when combined with other root vegetables or leafy greens.Do we Leave the Peel on?YES! There are a lot of nutrients on the skins, so juice them!High in Potassium:An electrolyte and essential mineral, potassium helps maintain the electrical activity in your heart. It also helps with the production of protein and muscle and regulates the acid-base balance in your body’s cells. Potassium also helps with maintaining healthy body growth and aids breakdown and use of carbohydrates. A 1/2-cup serving of potato juice has 1,263 milligrams of potassium, which is almost 27 percent of the daily recommended dietary intake for all adults.Here's one of our Classic Potato Juice Recipes:2 Russet Potatoes (leave the skin on)6 Carrots2 cups Spinach or Parsley or Kale1 inch Fresh Ginger Root1/2 Lemon without Peel if not organic.Want more HEALING information? Read Linda's blog on Potato Juice:http://www.sunwarrior.com/news/therapeutic-benefits-of-raw-potato-juices-2/