The Sweet Green Raw Juice

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  • Servings : 1
  • Prep Time : 2min
  • Cook Time : 5min
  • Ready In : 7min

You will be surprised at the sweet, healthy taste of this juice, I always feel instantly better after I’ve had a glass. A super green raw juice like this one is ideal as part of your daily MS diet requirement.

Packed with chlorophyll in the green veggies, this is quickly absorbed by your cells, strengthening and revitalising them. Chlorophyll is also a recognized as an antioxidant and blood builder, which detoxes, cleanses and also has a unique ability to absorb toxins and remove them from your body.

My favourite MS vegetable, kale is an amazing, and is being recognized for its exceptional nutrient richness, health benefits, and delicious flavor. Pack in as much as you like, the more the better!

You can also adjust the level of ginger to taste, I actually like adding a bit more in to spice it up a bit.

Other benefits of this MS recipe include: This drink is very low in saturated fat and cholesterol and is also a good source of vitamin B6, folate and potassium, dietary fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K and manganese. This drink also has a very high Inflammation Factor rating at 2883.

Full recipe nutritional breakdown available here.


  • 2 handfuls of spinach
  • 2 handfuls of Kale
  • 5 medium sized carrots
  • 3 apples
  • 1 inch peeled ginger


Step 1

Simply juice the ingredients using a juicer into a long tall glass.

Step 2

Serve chilled.

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Kim was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in October 2010. She is in her thirties, married and has two beautiful children. Kim is passionate about helping others with MS by sharing what she learns about the disease with her fellow MS sufferers. She loves to discover new recipes that are both tasty and help to treat her condition. She is currently living a normal life - her mission is to help others do the same. Read more about Kim...
Over the years I have developed many tools I use to help me keep living well, slow my MS progression and reduce my MS symptoms. I am confident in them, because they work for me… in fact, if I didn’t have MS, I would still live this way. You can get MS diet meal plans, recipes, fasting guides, or even one-on-one coaching on the Resources page.

Recipe Comments

  1. posted by April Catchings on February 25, 2013

    Looks good, Kim. I will most definitly try it. Thanks.

    • posted by Kim on February 26, 2013

      Excellent, let me know how you like it April! I have this one almost every day, one of my favs!

      • posted by Robin on January 31, 2014

        Hi Kim,
        I too have been diagnosed with MS and am having a pretty bad flare up at the moment. Would like to start juicing but notice your recipe has apples in it. Because of my allergy to yeast and the fact that sugar feeds yeast, I have been instructed to limit my fruits. Especially apples which showed up on some testing that I had done. What are your thoughts on this? Have you tried substituting berries?

      • posted by Kim on February 10, 2014

        Hi Robin, thanks for getting in touch. How are you doing? Have your symptoms improved at all? If you need to limit your fruit sugar then yes, switch to berries for a bit of sweetness. Can you have pineapple? You could use mostly veggies such as carrots, spinach, kale, cucumber etc and mix them with a little fruit for a bit of sweetness.

  2. posted by Jessica Evans on March 18, 2013

    I’ll have to try this one! I do a green juice for inflammation! It works amazing, so I’m excited to try this!

    • posted by Kim on March 21, 2013

      Brilliant Jessica! These green juices are winners. They make me feel almost instantly more energetic and able to get through what I need to. I take it that you love smoothies and juicing! Enjoy.

  3. posted by Lori-Jo Carroll on June 7, 2013

    The green juice I prepared today. I see you rate high inflamation. Is that good or bad?

    • posted by Kim on June 9, 2013

      Hi Lori

      It should be very anti-inflammatory! Let me check on that. Enjoy as many of these green juices as possible. They are amazing for you!

  4. posted by Robin on February 17, 2014

    Thanks for your response Kim. No, so far, I am seeing no improvement in my symptoms. Still plugging away. Appreciate your blog…

    • posted by Kim on March 4, 2014

      How you doing Robin? Any light at the end of the tunnel yet?

  5. posted by Mirella on July 16, 2014

    Hi Kim, have been having green juices nearly every day for 6 months for breakfast n I must say it really helps me kick start the day – I alway grate up dread ginger , spinach leaves, 1 large kale leaf, berries, 2 slices of raw beer root, apple, orange n put in 1/12 cup coconut water then blend – other days ginger, beet root, apple and carrot in coconut water; I sometimes do the banana fresh pineapple ginger n handful of berries with some mint leaves which I have growing ; u can make up your own Receipes to suit but nearly alway add the ginger, mint, spinach, oranges n whatever else I have fresh in coconut water then blend, It really makes u look n feel great n people will also comment on your appearance!

    • posted by Kim on July 18, 2014

      Hi Mirella! Those smoothies sound absolutely divine. Thanks for sharing the recipes with us!

      It is amazing how fresh, alive food kick starts your body and makes you feel alive and super healthy.

      Never stop doing this!

  6. posted by Sarah Sparks on May 20, 2015

    I have found your website and updates very helpful. I was recently given a very good juicer and would love a few more smoothie recipes so if and when you have time it would be lovely to have a few more suggestions. Many thanks xxxxx

    • posted by Kim on May 23, 2015

      Hi Sarah! Ooh, that’s lovely. A new juicer! As for smoothies – my fav at the moment is beetroot, spinach, banana, almond, blueberry! Put the spinach, banana, almonds, blueberries (basically a handful of each) in your blender then juice beetroot, apples and carrot and add the juice to your blender. Blend it all together for a very yummy smoothie! Experiment! Most smoothies will be amazing – you can’t go too wrong. K

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