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Yield: 2 large bowls

Ingredients

  • 2 medium zucchini, chopped
  • 3 stalks celery, chopped
  • 1 large handful frozen or fresh green beans
  • 1 large handful spinach (optional)
  • 2 cups water
  • 1 handful fresh parsley

Directions

In a large stockpot over medium-high heat, steam zucchini, celery, and green beans in water for about 10 minutes or until they’re very soft. Add spinach (if using) at the end and steam for only about 2 minutes. Place veggies, remaining steaming water in the stockpot, and uncooked parsley into a blender and blend for 1 or 2 minutes until smooth. Eat this broth fresh from the blender for the best taste.

Variation: You can substitute with more spinach if green beans are unavailable. When you’re not fasting, Bieler’s Broth makes a rich, wholesome base you can add other ingredients and flavors to. You also can flavor it to your liking by adding oil, saute onions, garlic, and other vegetables such as broccoli, additional chopped zucchini and celery, and snow peas. Or flavor with sea salt and black pepper or cayenne.


 

Conscious Cleanse

The mission of the Conscious Cleanse is to provide simple ways to help you flourish in your own body so you can access true healing. Jules and Jo will call forth your vibrant self so that you can live your best life. This is the Conscious Cleanse journey, and we are grateful to share it with you!
Jo Schaalman
Co-Founder of the Conscious Cleanse
Ever feel like you’ve been hit by a truck? Well, Jo Schaalman has and she is an expert in recovery.
Jo was a state champion gymnast, a nationally ranked diver and a diving coach. While prepping for medical school she was t-boned by a semi-truck during a cross-country bike tour. The physical and emotionally grueling recovery process ultimately led her to the wondrous healing benefits of clean eating that are at the foundation of the Conscious Cleanse.
Jo graduated with honors from Grinnell College. Her yoga mentors are Ana Forrest and Dr. Theron Randolph, and she studied at a Master’s level at the Nutrition Therapy Institute. Jo is driven to help people who think healing is out of their reach. Through nutrition and yoga coaching, Jo helps others reach the optimal health she is so thankful for.
She lives in Boulder, CO where she still teaches yoga while running The Conscious Co. A mother to wonder baby Ilse and wife to Mr. Teacher, Jo is sure to drink a green smoothie every morning.
Jules Peláez
Co-Founder of the Conscious Cleanse
Jules Peláez (pronounced like Golliath with a P) is an entrepreneur, a Certified Holistic Health Coach, yoga teacher, and a visionary with boundless energy.
Passionate about the mind-body-spirit food connection, Jules followed a calling to attend the Institute for Integrative Nutrition where she studied with top nutrition experts like Dr. Mark Hyman and David Wolfe. Inspired by her mentor, clinical nutritionist and detox specialist Natalia Rose, Jules has been studying cleansing and detoxification for more than a decade. She is board certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners and has coached thousands of people to find their most vibrant health.
As the co-founder and The Conscious Co’s business and marketing maven, Jules has a vision for serving a global community of health enthusiasts whereby she can share her passion for personal transformation and food as a gateway to living our greatest potential.
Jules lives in Boulder, CO with her husband and two boys ages 3 and 5. When not running The Conscious Co, teaching yoga or chasing around after her kiddos, you’ll find her hiking with her dog Chica, writing or whipping up a new recipe for the Conscious Cleanse blog.


 



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