Athletes Super Fuel Juice with Watermelon, Lemon, Orange, Pineapple

Athletes Super Fuel
1/2 watermelon
1 lemon
5 oranges
1 can frozen pineapple concentrate

So you’ve just entered the iron man contest. No more couch babysitting for you. Heading for the threshold of endurance. Developing a discipline like iron that will keep you running with power toward that finish line. Fixed and resolute, yet flexible and gentle. Driven and focused, yet child-like and joyful. Strong, yet dependent. Ready those muscles for training. Stir the soul. Be ready for action like a soldier awaits a command.


There is nothing more refreshing than a slice of watermelon on a hot day. Why, it is even better than beer— legal to eat in a public place, and does not result in a hangover! You can produce almost a gallon of juice from one watermelon. Whereas eating the rind would be hard on the stomach, juicing it is a wonderful source of chlorophyll, vitamin A, protein, potassium, zinc, iodine, nucleic acids, and enzymes that aid in digestion. Ninety-five percent of all the nutritional content of watermelon is in the rind.

Thump a watermelon with your knuckles and if it sounds hollow, it’s going to taste sweet. They should be dark green in color, dull rather than shiny, and their underbellies should have a pale yellow color. Store whole watermelons in a cool place.

Watermelon Juicing Tips

Juice watermelons with the rind, as it has almost all of the nutrients. Make sure to wash the watermelon first before juicing it!

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