Juice Recipes Juice Recipes for Energy Google+1Facebook1Twitter0Pinterest14LinkedIn0A common theme in everyday modern life is the mid-day energy dip. It’s funny how it seems to happen to everyone at roughly the same time – as though it’s a divinely coordinated event that we all participate in, usually against our will. If you’re tired of the drooping fatigue that plagues you, here are some energizing juice recipes to keep you running smooth and strong. Coco Splash Did you know that one of the most common causes of daytime fatigue is simply dehydration? Quench your thirst with this delicious combination of coconut juice and cantaloupe. Coconut water is a natural source of electrolytes such as potassium and cantaloupe is a rich source of the antioxidant vitamin A (100 grams of cantaloupe provides 112% of your daily vitamin A) as well as a source of energizing B-complex vitamins. Oh, and did we mention that COCO SPLASH is mind-blowingly yummy? KALE WHALE KALE WHALE is hands-down one of the yummiest green juice recipes around. It gives a blast of chlorophyll without the bitterness that some green juices bring. The end result is a pleasantly sweet, wonderfully refreshing, energy-boosting powerdrink that makes it hard to believe it’s so good for you! BAZINGA On the hunt for a fruit and vegetable juice recipe that’ll clear head fog? This one’s perfect – it’s fueled with energy-stimulating parsley, ginger to speed up your circulation, and lemon for electrolytes such as potassium, calcium, and magnesium to keep you going during your day. Apples, of course, are an oldie-but-a-goodie superfood. Just one of these crunchy yummers pack in over 8 milligrams of Vitamin C, which amounts to about 14% of your daily recommendation, and have been linked to everything from helping to fight cancer to acting as an aid against diabetes. Carrots add extra sweetness, as well as their own unique medley of nutrients. Did you know that just 128 grams of carrots provides 308% of your daily Vitamin A recommendation? Not to mention the protein, iron, and Vitamin C it contains… ***This juice might come on a bit strong, so be sure to dilute it with water if necessary! Oh, and if you’re not into the taste of ginger (yet), go for an inch rather than four. Want a free book of healthy juice rECIPES? Perfect, 'cause we've gathered our favorite juice recipes into a printable juice recipe book you can download right now!Here's what you'll get... Simple, tasty recipes perfect for beginners! Recipes to fight acne, burn fat, detox your liver, and more!Nutrition facts and prep tips for every recipe!