Learn to make a Gracie Diet-cornerstone juice and jump-start your Jiu-Jitsu

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A typical Gracie table at lunch or snack time: açaí, lima orange, watermelon, papaya juices and and white cheeses

A typical Gracie table at lunch or snack time: açaí, lima orange, watermelon, papaya juices and and white cheeses

Are you schooled in how to make a good watermelon juice and eliminate all that pulp that weighs so heavy on the stomach, like Grandmasters Carlos and Helio Gracie used to?

Watch how Carlos Gracie’s grandson Marco Gracie Imperial does it, in the following video.

The big secret to getting your watermelon juice just the way the Jiu-Jitsu forefathers liked it is to get your hands on a bag made of fabric just porous enough to let the watery part through while keeping the solid stuff in.

Now to go with the juice, grab a slab of whole wheat pita bread, a chunk of white cheese, and there you have a proper snack to get your engines revved up before training.

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