Rocket Fuel | Carrots, Parsley and Apple Juice Recipe

Rich Donahue

Hello, my name is Rich Donahue and I’m the author of this blog. I live in Pierre, SD and I enjoy making my own FRESH fruit and vegetable juice. My motto is, “There’s No-Thing Better For Your Body Than FRESH Fruit And Vegetable Juice!”. I have studied Natural Health for years and enjoy the outdoors immensely. Please join me and have fun juicing!

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  1. Rose
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    Hi Rich, I am so glad to have found your site with all these juicing ideas. Juicing is such a great way to get a nutrition boost and especially beneficial for anyone looking to burn belly fat. I just wonder about the function parsley in this recipe. Is it the ‘rocket’ part, or the main energy booster?
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    • Rich Donahue
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      Hi Rose.

      Thank you for commenting and I’m very happy you find these articles useful.

      At first I thought it was mainly the carrot juice that provided the boost in energy, but now I believe it’s the mainly the parsley. Parsley is rich in B vitamins. It also contains an abundance of vitamin A, vitamin K and vitamin C. So it must be the high content of vitamins found in the parsley that gives this juice it’s energy. There are also claims that the energy comes from the chlorophyll found in parsley.

      Thanks again and happy juicing!
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  2. Chloe says:

    I didn’t realize parsley is so rich in vitamins. I’ll add it to more of my green juices. Thanks.
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  3. proactol
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    Rocket fuel Name as name sounds its energetic drink i will defiantly try it but i am also thinking to add some orange juice in it and will also try parsley with it.
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