Healthy Juice Recipes Juice Recipes Google+0Facebook0Twitter0Pinterest0LinkedIn0Love fruit juice recipes? Who can blame you. When you’re brand new to juicing, the easiest way to get your tastebuds to love the taste of fresh, raw produce is to juice fruit. Fruit, thanks to its naturally sweet and juicy nature, is a brilliant way to get a huge dose of antioxidants and nutrients as well as to sneak in some healthy veggies. To get you started, here’s a roundup of some of the best fruit juice recipes ever created! Orange Immunity Tonic Image via http://thegreencreator.com Here’s a super simple turmeric juice recipe, adapted from The Green Creator: 2 lemons (peeled) 2 carrots 1 cup fresh pineapple (include the core!) 1 inch fresh ginger 1 inch fresh turmeric So simple, so delicious and the perfect thing to sip on before meals and whenever you’re in need of a little pick-me-up. Both the ginger and turmeric are amazing for immunity and the bromelain enzyme in pineapple helps get your digestive juices flowing! Watermelon Blast Image via Healthy Juicing Watermelon juicing recipes are very sweet and will delight your senses. Watermelon is amazing, and has been found to do many great things. It has a cooling effect, so this juice is perfect on a hot summer’s day. What you need: 1/2 watermelon 1 lemon 1 pineapple Peel everything and then juice it all. Make sure it’s mixed up properly, then pour into a glass and be blasted away by all the watermelony goodness. Find more juicing recipes here: http://www.healthy-juicing.com/juicing-recipes/ Did you know that watermelon juice calms the nerves? This is due to the high content of vitamin B6. Blackberry Pop Image via Juice Recipes With summer almost here, you’ll need a variety of juice recipes not only to beat the heat but also to look your best. This healthy, summer cooler is FULL of antioxidants and phytonutrients! What you need: Blackberry – 1 cup 144g Kiwifruit – 1 fruit (2″ dia) 69g Pear – 1 medium 178g Peppermint (optional) – 10 leaves 0.5g Pineapple (peeled, cored) – 1/4 fruit 226.25g Directions: Process all ingredients in a juicer, shake or stir and serve. Yields 16oz. Find the nutrition facts about this fruit juice recipe here: https://juicerecipes.com/recipes/blackberry-pop-66 Anthocyanocides and polyphenols are two antioxidants found in abundance in blackberries. These help in fighting free radicals. The collagen-forming Vitamin C and Vitamin A make it only more appropriate for skin. These vitamins also act as antioxidants. Regular consumption of blackberries protects skin against the damaging UVA and UVB and aids in skin cell renewal. Quick Quencher Pineapple Juice Image via Reboot with Joe When you need a simple juice with few easy-to-find ingredients that won’t break the bank, make this refreshing, quenching, satisfying juice. What you need: ¼ pineapple 2 cucumbers 2 celery stalks 1 lemon Directions: 1. Wash all produce well. 2. Peel lemon and pineapple (optional) or scrub very well. 3. Add all ingredients through juicer and enjoy! Substitutions: Pineapple – apples, pears, grapefruit Cucumber – zucchini, celeriac root Celery – zucchini, celeriac root, chard Lemon – lime, grapefruit Read more: http://www.rebootwithjoe.com/cucumber-celery-lemon-pineapple-juice-recipe/ Pineapple is loaded with vitamin C, fiber, vitamin B2, B6, manganese and potassium. Studies have shown that bromelain, which is found in pineapples, can reduce swelling, bruising, healing time, and pain associated with injury and surgery. Always choose fresh pineapple because it has the most healing properties. Green Juice for Kids During summertime, kids like popsicles. You can freeze this juice instead of drinking it right away! What you need: 3 granny smith apples 2 oranges 3-4 handfuls of spinach 2 broccoli stalks If you’re looking for a tangy flavor, use more oranges (about three), but go light on the oranges if you like the milder flavors. Juicing for kids is an easy, fun way to introduce your children to the benefits of healthy eating and inspire healthy habits that will last for a lifetime. Don’t believe me? Check out 10 reasons why you should juice with your kids! Berry Basil Juice Recipe Image via http://www.evolutionfresh.com When you’re in the mood for something sweet, refreshing and reminiscent of summertime, whip up a glass of this delicious berry basil juice: 6 large strawberries 1 cup blueberries, fresh 1 cup spinach 5 basil leaves 1/2 lime (peeled) If you want, you can even transform this into a smoothie rather than a juice – simple add half a banana or half an avocado 🙂 Banana Boost Juice Recipe Image via Just on Juice If you are looking for a juice recipe that is 100% enjoyable then you must try this banana boost juice recipe. What you need: 1 small Chiquita Banana 1 Granny Smith Apple 5 Mango Chunks 1 handful of Pomegranate Seeds 2 Full sized Carrots 2 Handfuls of Spinach 2 Celery Stalks 1 Cucumber If you can’t get a hold of pomegranate seeds they could be replaced with raspberries as they offer a close similarity. Directions: Start by juicing the apple and mango first and then move on to the pomegranate seeds and banana. After that, juice the carrots, spinach, celery and then finally the cucumber. This juice is also great when poured over ice and sipped on. If you have a multi-speed juicer, bananas should be juiced at the low to medium setting due to their consistency and texture. Read more: http://www.justonjuice.com/banana-boost-juice-recipe/ Adding a banana to your daily diet has an array of benefits in your body. Bananas help you reach your weight-loss goals, keep your bowels healthy, provide nutrients that regulate heart rhythm and have vitamin compounds for eye health. A Spinach and Vitamin C Minty Rush Do you want to recover from a cold and virus? Then check out this healthy, fruity, minty green juice recipe. What you need: 6 cups spinach 2 yellow delicious apples 1-2 lemons, unpeeled 2 oranges 1 chunk of ginger 6-8 stems fresh mint Spinach has healing nutritious elements and the apple was just a good way to sweeten it even more. This is more fruit than usual and if you want to modify, just skip the apple or go down to one. It makes a good 4-5 cups so you will have left-over. Mango Aloe Juice Need a healthy drink? Try this mango aloe juice for its amazing health benefits/good taste! As well as being as easy as ABC to make. This recipe is rich in vitamins A, B and C, along with potassium, calcium, magnesium, antioxidants and dietary fibre. What you need: 1 ripe mango ½ pear ½ cucumber 1-2 cups spinach 1-1 ½ inches aloe pulp (remember to remove the green skin!) Directions: Juice all but the aloe, pour into a blender with peeled aloe, blend. Pour over ice and dilute with water to taste, enjoy. If you are feeling like a green smoothie instead, add a banana and/or avocado, some ice, and blend all. Enjoy! Heidi and Devon are a husband and wife team who share their love for juicing through their JuicingPedia – the encyclopaedia of Juicing. You’ll find a ton of juicing recipes organized in different categories here: http://juicingpedia.com/ Fruit fact: Mango adds beta carotene, and spinach adds folate, both of which are essential for good skin health. Bitter Fruity Goodness Image via Juicing with G If you think that all fruits have high fructose content, thing again. The fruits included in this recipe have low fructose content. Pink grapefruit – 1.2 grams / 100 grams Lime – n/a (in other words very low) Pure unsweetened cranberry juice – (9 grams of sugar per 8 ounce cup) What you need: 2 grapefruits (make sure that it is the pink variety, white ones are a no-no in this recipe) 1 lime 1 cup pure cranberry (for the best results) 2” chunk of ginger (optional) 1 medium cucumber (optional – to dilute and increase yield) Directions: Juice the grapefruit and lime in a citrus juicer. Run the small chunk of ginger in a juicer, you can include half a cucumber to dilute this drink further if it is too bitter for you. You can also add a fruit in there like apple for a little sweetness. Find other juice recipes here: http://www.juicingwithg.com/best-juice-recipes-weight-loss/ Food Fact: In one study people who ate half a grapefruit before every meal lost more weight in a 12 week period compared to the people who did not. [source] Cran Apple Juice An apple a day keeps the doctor away? There’s possible truth to this 🙂 Cranberry sure keeps any doctors away from your bladder (and liver)! This is one of our top favorite fruit juice recipes. Image by Lettuce Be Healthy You’ll need: ½ cup of fresh cranberries 4-6 large carrots 2 apples optional: ½ cup water Directions: Core the apples. Juice the carrots, apples and cranberries. Drink immediately. It is recommended that fruit juice be kept to a minimum of 1 glass a day due to sugar content. Don’t let this hold you back though, they are full of goodness just like vegetables, and tend to have a higher dose of those all important keep-me-young antioxidants. 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