Juicing is a great way to jump start weight loss or just sort of reprogram your body so I’ve got 7 delicious and healthy recipes for juicing for you! Even if you’re new to juicing, these recipes will taste great and they’re all obviously ridiculously healthy. Juicing is also a great way to get in your recommended amount of fruits and veggies. So, get to your local farmer’s market or grocery store and get your juice on!
This is a great recipe for juicing for those fruit lovers out there! Try your best to get organic fruits, but it’s not readily available to you or if it’s too expensive, get what fresh produce you have available to you. This combines powerful antioxidants, fiber and vitamins all in one delicious and fruity beverage! Combine 1 apple, 10 blueberries, 10 strawberries and 8 raspberries together, enjoy immediately after juicing!
This awesome juicing recipe comes courtesy of Dr. Andrew Weil. You might recognize his name from his line of skin care products from Origins. Dr. Oz calls him the “Godfather of Alternative Medicine” and he has a delicious, healthy and anti-aging drink called the Anti-Aging Green Monster Drink.
Combine 1 cup apple Juice, 1/4 cup carrot Juice, 1/4 cup cucumber Juice, 3/4 cup kale Juice, 1/4 cup organic plain yogurt, 1 tsp olivello juice (optional) and 1 cup ice. Dr. Oz says to use organic juices if you don’t have a juicer so the recipe is listed in cups of juice. After you combine all the juices and ice, throw it in the blender and voila!
This is one of the smaller recipes for juicing so this won’t fill you up but would be a great drink to have in between meals. These ingredients are all great for your skin and act as sort of a supplement to help skin retain moisture and improve the overall surface of your skin. Ginger is great for your digestive system and it’s a powerful immune booster. Cucumbers and oranges are both high in vitamins and nutrients! Combine 2 parts oranges, 2 parts cucumbers and ? part ginger together and drink to your healthy skin!
Looking for recipes for juicing that won’t irritate a sensitive stomach or an ulcer? If you’re like me and can’t handle too much of the raw stuff, this is a great recipe for juicing that won’t upset our sensitive digestive system or ulcer! Kiwis are loaded with nutrients are said to beneficial to those with digestive problems. Combine 1 peeled firm kiwi with ? of a cantaloupe with skin intact and 1 ripe banana, blend together and enjoy!
This is one of the most popular recipes for juicing and Dr. Oz backs it up 100%. Dr. Oz recommends drinking this fiber-rich, low cal and nutrient dense drink for breakfast to start your day off right. Combine 2 cups of spinach, 2 cups of cucumber, 1 head of celery, a teaspoon of ginger root, 1 bunch of parsley, 2 apples, the juice of 1 lime and ? of a lemon in a blender for the healthiest energy drink ever! This recipe yields about 3-4 servings so you can cut the recipe in half or share with a friend!
Here’s a healthy juicing recipe for those who need to supplement their diet with iron for anemia. You can use a juicer or blender with this recipe. This recipe for juicing contains beetroot which is packed with nutrients and boosts your immune system too! Get 1 large unpeeled apple and cut into small pieces, 1 medium-sized orange peeled and separated segment wise, 6-7 chopped spinach leaves, small beetroot halved and cut into piece and crushed ice. If you use a juicer, add ice after juicing and drink up!
This is one of the easiest recipes for juicing and all you need are carrots and oranges. Carrots are great for its anti-aging properties as well as being high in vitamins, being great for your vision and a host of other benefits! Oranges are equally amazing in that they lower cholesterol, prevent kidney stones and diabetes, as well as having lots of fiber! Gather 8 large cleaned carrots and 2 large peeled oranges and juice! Orange you glad you found these recipes for juicing?!
Now you have 7 great recipes for juicing! There are lots of great documentaries as well as articles on juicing if you’d like more information on it before you start. A good film to check out is Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead. I hope you enjoy these delicious and healthy recipes for juicing!
Recipe sources: zestycook.com, squidoo.com, droz.com, alternativemedicinedirect.com, healthmad.com, and fernsnutrition.com.
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