Taste wise it is not bad. Tom was afraid it would taste like grass, but it does not taste or smell like grass. It has an interesting taste that is hard to describe, not bad, not sour or sweet, different and I like it.
Day one I made us each an 8 oz. glass. It was rather thick and more like a smoothie that you eat with a spoon. I decided to modify the recipe slightly on day two.
Day two I added a little to much extra liquid (orange juice) and we ended up with three 16 oz. glasses, of which Tom drank one and I drank two. I also de-strung the celery so it was not so fibery.
Day three I de-strung part of the celery, and reduced the added liquid (orange juice) to get two 8 oz. glasses that were easy to drink as they were not super thick. I think I have adjusted the recipe to make it just right for the two of us, using about half of each ingredient. A friend of Tom's, Alan, was here this morning and I gave him a small juice glass of Green Juice to try. He drank it and said it was not bad. Not sure he would be game to drink it every morning for a month of not.
I am going to prepare the celery and other veggies today for tomorrow morning when we return to work so that it is quicker to mix the juice in the Vita Mix, instead of having to wash everything in the morning.
I will let you know how the weight loss goes and if we feel healthier over the next month.
If you are interested in trying it yourself here is the link to Dr. Oz's site:
Dr. Oz's Green Drink | The Dr. Oz Show
"Make the breakfast drink that Dr. Oz swears by! This "green drink" is high in fiber, low-calorie and rich in vitamins. Ingredients: 2 cups spinach 2 cups cucumber 1 head of celery 1/2 inch or teaspoon ginger root 1 bunch parsley 2 apples Juice of 1 lime Juice of 1/2 lemon Directions: Combine all ingredients"
Leave me a comment and let me know if you try it and what you think.