Pineapple Parsley Drink for Kidneys and Thyroid

This Pineapple Parsley Drink is something I came up with to help my family have better health by enjoying a drink that is high in trace minerals.  Parsley has everything you need for great nutrition; Omega-3, all vitamins and all minerals, and protein. And, it will help to heal your kidneys and thyroid as well as the rest of the body.

Parsley will cleanse your kidneys for you. If you drink a lot at once, you may notice some pain in your lower back on both sides of your spine. This is a good hurt though that will result in better functioning and cleaner kidneys.

Italian and Flat Leaf Parsley

Italian or Flat Leaf Parsley will work for the Pineapple Parsley Drink

Many people today have a trouble with their thyroid called hypothyroidism. They need to get more iodine in their diet to strengthen the thyroid gland of the neck. The parsley in this drink is rich in iodine.

Pineapples are also good sources for iodine and they are one fruit that digests well with vegetables and greens.  Pineapples and parsley don’t really have to be organic, bugs can’t get to the pineapples with their tough skin that gets taken off anyway and parsley is a really strong tasting plant that they don’t care for either. Although iodine needs to be in the soil so organic might be more iodine rich since rich soil is necessary for organic foods to resist bugs.

1/2 gallon of pineapple juice, a pineapple and a glass of pineapple juice

Make sure to dilute the 1/2 gallon of pineapple juice with another 1/2 gallon of water so your blood sugar doesn't get out of control

My daughter Rachel called for this recipe last night, so I am posting this for her and everyone else who can benefit. She always loved this drink as she was growing up. It tastes wonderful and is so good for you.

Pineapple Parsley Drink by Janet Hailstone

  • 1 gallon of water
  • 1 bunch of fresh parsley
  • 1 12 oz. can of 100% unsweetened pineapple juice concentrate or 1/2 gallon of unsweetened pineapple juice
  • 1 tray of ice cubes

Put the whole bunch of parsley in a good blender and only cover with water to the top of the parsley.

If you have a regular cheap blender, you will have a few more steps to follow;  blend the parsley to liquefy it, then pour the dark green liquid through a colander into a gallon sized pitcher. Grab the pulp and squeeze the remaining juice out of it and return it to the blender with only enough water to cover the pulp and blend. Repeat this process until the pulp is the size of a golf ball. You can got ahead and add the remaining pulp to the drink or not, it depends on if you care about drinking some high-fiber pulp or not.

If you have a strong blender like Vitamix or Blendtec, you will blend it up in one step and the pulp will become very small particles and the mix will be very liquefied.

Add the frozen juice concentrate to the mix and stir well until dissolved, then add the ice and water to make one gallon. Normally, adding water to the juice concentrate will result in 2 quarts or less of juice. But it’s important to add twice the amount of liquid so that it is not so concentrated in fruit sugar. This will help your insulin to be in better control.

Variations: I think you could try apple or any other juice concentrate with this recipe since fruit and leaves digest well together. You can also try this recipe with cilantro instead of parsley. The cilantro will help your body to eliminate any toxic mercury as well as contribute trace minerals and super nutrition.

I know the juice concentrate isn’t the most nutritious thing around since it is cooked. But, at least it is natural and helps you get the super nutrition of the leaves. If you can find a raw, freeze dried pineapple powder that tastes equally good, that would be even better.

I’ve tried fresh pineapple and it wasn’t concentrated enough for good taste, but it was OK. If you have a juicer, it may make sweet, delicious, raw pineapple juice for this recipe. If you try a juicer, add the core and peelings of the pineapple. That is where most of the nutrition of the pineapple is anyway.

Enjoy your drink! I think it tastes great. And knowing I am getting trace minerals and super nutrition for health is a big benefit.


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8 Responses to “Pineapple Parsley Drink for Kidneys and Thyroid”

  1. 1

    Hello, this is a well written content. I just bookmarked your site. To be frank, although I read many books in this area. I still picked up quite a fair bit today. Please continue the amazingly good post and I will be back soon.

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  3. 3

    Hi there thanks for the share , I have hypothyroid until now I can’t pregnant bcos of that. I will try this receipe. Thank u

  4. 4
    Janet Hailstone

    I’m glad you like the recipe Radha, and just to let you know about the thyroid diet wise, it will be helpful to eat simple, wholesome foods as much as possible. Avoid the convenience, boxed, canned foods and learn to cook grains and beans like my site will tell you about. Try to eat lots of vegetables and fruits. Drink water. Avoid animal products. This will be helpful for healing and not damaging your thyroid any further.

  5. 5

    I have kidbey failure i have just start on dialysis I know it might not be possible the kidneys are totally not gone its still functioning but not 100 percentage is it safer to try your recipe Im asking for your expert as nutrionist but at the moment i will try your recipe i will get in touch ..thank you

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    Janet Hailstone

    It’s amazing how fast the body starts to heal when people stop eating animal products and switch to a back to nature, wholesome plant foods diet with vegetables, fruits, beans, and whole grains. It seems like I read somewhere recently about someone being on kidney dialysis and getting that condition reversed within a week or two by following a plant-based diet.

  7. […] in the fridge that I could make a green drink with frozen orange juice much like the recipe for pineapple parsley drink I shared previously. Parsley has plenty of minerals, trace minerals, all vitamins, chlorophyll, […]

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    please can u email me step by step in my email addres how to pepare the kidney thyroid pineapple parsley

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