The Hyper House Cleaner Juice with Yam, Beet, Onion, Lemon, Celery, Ginger

The Hyper House Cleaner
2 yams
1 beet
1 slice Spanish onion
2 lemons
1 celery stock
slice of ginger

So you’re ready to clean house. To scale the Mount Everest of dust and garbage. To enter the black hole of the basement. To chop a jungle trail through the kid’s bedroom. To reach into crevices too horrid to imagine. Yes, you need juice. Not just plain juice, but Hyper House Cleaner juice. More powerful than a janitor in a drum. More thorough than Mr. Clean. Able to leap kid’s toys in a single bound. Polish up those cleaning utensils and get ready for an aerobic house cleaning workout.


Sweet potatoes, more commonly called yams, are great sources of nutrients. The darker the color, the higher in vitamin content. They are one of the greatest sources of beta-carotene. They are plenteous in vitamin C, potassium, carbohydrates, calcium, and a good source of fiber. History has shown that people can live exclusively on sweet potatoes and remain healthy and strong. Carrot and sweet potato juice is tasty and outstanding for complexion. Yam can be added to any fruit juice, giving the juice a smooth, milkshake-like taste.

The Perfect Yam

Look for firm, not too large yams that are tapered at both ends. Skin should be smooth without brown spots. Will store in the refrigerator for two weeks.


Lemons are the king of citrus fruit. Because of their high source of bioflavinoids, they are powerful in detoxifying the body. They are also an excellent diuretic. During fasting, lemon juice has a tremendous ability to dissolve mucus and scour toxins from the cellular tissue. When juicing lemons, leave some of the inner white peel for the bioflavinoids. Dilute five-to-one with water. One of the most refreshing drinks on a hot summer day is chilled mineral water with a splash of freshly-squeezed lemon juice. Juicing a lemon before juicing apples keeps the apple juice clear and pleasantly colored. Lemon juice is an excellent addition to vegetable juices. It acts as a delicious lift to the heavy flavor commonly associated with vegetable juice.

Lemon Juice Preparation

The process of lemon juice preparation is exactly the same as making orange juice with a juicer. For more information, click here.

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