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My Favorite Green Juice Recipe: Ariane Hundt


Ariane HundtAriane Hundt is founder of the super challenging (and incredibly scenic) Brooklyn Bridge Boot Camp workout as well as the month-long Slim & Strong program. To keep her stamina up—she works out alongside you in every class—Hundt tends to favor whey protein shakes. But the whip-smart nutritionist in her loves an occasional green juice made with kale, cucumber, parsley, ginger and beets.

“Kale is loaded with nutrients, cucumber is a natural diuretic and helps keep the blood’s pH levels normal and neutralizes acidity. The ginger is great for digestive issues and the beets are healing for the liver, lower blood pressure, and balance cholesterol,” she says.

Here’s Hundt’s healthy and simple juicer recipe. —Melisse Gelula

Green Knockout

Half a bunch of kale (or more)
1 cucumber
1 beet
a handful of parsley
1-2 Tablespoons of ginger

Juice, and enjoy!

For more information, visit www.brooklynbridgebootcamp.com