Easy to Make Fresh Juice Recipes Packed with Nutrients. Fresh juice is packed with raw, live nutrients in a highly concentrated form, so it’s like rocket fuel for the body. You’re taking the best vitamins and minerals from various fruits and vegetables and combining them into a single glass.
When the body is loaded up with all these nutrients, it no longer has to hold onto every bit of food that passes through. Some juices have virtually no calories anyway (such as celery juice), so you can drink as much as you like and still keep losing weight too.
Also, all of your body’s natural processes such as its metabolism, digestion and immune system run much more efficiently after juicing. The nutrients and phytonutrients you are providing your body keep it moving in tip-top shape.
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Fresh Juice Recipe #1: Cucumber Mint Lemon
- One large organic cucumber, non-waxed preferred
- a handful of fresh mint leaves
- 1/2 lemon
Wash and process the ingredients as you normally would. Start by adding a few mint leaves to the juicer. Cut up the cucumber and add to the juicer. Juice. Squeeze in 1/2 lemon juice. Stir. Serve as is, pour over ice cubes or chill for later. Garnish with fresh mint leaves and a stick of cucumber.
Optional: a pinch of sea salt stirred in.
Fresh Juice Recipe #2: Golden Spicy Citrus Beet Juice.
Pure flavors of sweet golden beets, carrots, orange, pear, and ginger make this a lovely way to hydrate in the morning. Vitamin A galore.
- One sizeable golden beet or 2 small golden beets
- One ripe pear
- Three small long carrots
- One large orange, peeled
- One tsp raw ginger, peeled
- garnish: 3 dashes cayenne, a slice of fresh beet
Wash and process the ingredients as you usually would and for what fits best in your juicer and pour into your favorite glass.
Beet Note: If you don’t have golden beets, regular red beets will do, but you apparently won’t get that creamy orange sunrise color.
Fresh Juice Recipe #3: Capsicum Crush
Ever used capsicum in juicing recipes before? If not, then you’re in for a treat. Capsicum is beneficial to the mucous membranes, as well as being useful for eyesight and smooth skin. It also fights infection and is full of anti-inflammatory properties.
- Half a red capsicum
- Half a beetroot
- 3 – 4 celery stalks
- Two kiwifruit
Wash and process the ingredients as you usually would and for what fits best in your juicer. Stir thoroughly and pour into your favorite glass.
Fresh Juice Recipe #4: The Juice That Went Bang
It’s one of my FAVORITE healthy juicing recipes. This is the juice I make every morning (almost every morning). It’s the first thing I do. Because it has so many fruits and vegetables in it, I get to give myself a MASSIVE load of nutrients before I start my day.
If you need a good juicer recipe for the mornings, give this one a try! Don’t have all the ingredients? That’s fine – make it with whatever you’ve got.
- 1/2 a beetroot
- 5 or 6 spinach leaves
- 1/4 cabbage
- One broccoli stalk
- 1/2 a grapefruit
- 1/2 a lemon
- One orange
- One kiwifruit
- 3/4 inch piece of ginger
Wash and process the ingredients as you normally would. I start with the beetroot, spinach, broccoli, and cabbage. Next goes the ginger, then all the citrus. Mix well and pour into a glass. It makes a lot of juice, so either share it with a friend or stock up on nutrients.
Fresh Juice Recipe #5: Three Berry Blast
It is one of the fruity juicing recipes! These berries are among some of the sweetest and tastiest fruits, so it is impossible not enjoy. It’s packed with natural sugar, so it needs no sweetening and is swimming with benefits to your health.
- 10 – 12 fresh medium strawberries
- 1/2 lb. red grapes
- 1 cup pitted red cherries
Wash and process the ingredients as you normally would. Cut up the strawberries and push through a juicer with the other fruit. Pour into a glass over ice immediately and enjoy!
Fresh Juice Recipe #6: The Mandarin Mixup
When experimenting with juicing recipes, I was surprised to discover how good mandarin juice tastes. It’s one of my favorite juicing recipes for a relaxing day.
- Four carrots
- Three stalks of celery
- Three mandarins peeled
- Two kiwi fruit
Wash and process the ingredients as you normally would. Peel the mandarins then juice everything together. This one’s easy to make and easy to enjoy. Stir and pour into a glass.
Fresh Juice Recipe #7: Slim Down Carrot Lemon Detox
If you are looking for creative ways to get more detoxifying fresh lemon juice into your daily juicing, this juicing recipe might do the trick. Lemon juice is wonderfully alkalizing and great for detoxing but can get a bit overwhelming to drink straight with just water. If you mix it with carrot juice, it adds a beautiful sweetness and creaminess.
You can also slip in some alkalizing greens very easily as both carrot and lemon help mask any bitterness. I like to add spinach, but you can use any leafy greens of your choice.
- 5-6 medium to large carrots
- One small lemon
- 2-3 handfuls of spinach or leafy greens of choice
Wash and process the ingredients as you normally would. Add the spinach or other leafy greens first, so the carrots and lemon juice wash it all through the juicer. If the juice is too tart for you, you can add some water or some cucumber to “water down” the juice a bit.
I probably don’t need to tell you this, but don’t expect juicing to burn the fat off on its own. Sure, it’s a great habit to get into, and it will help, but unless you are willing to get up and do some exercise, you’re going to be overweight for a very long time.
Along with juicing, make it a priority to do some exercise every day, whether it’s jogging, swimming or even jumping on a trampoline for 20 minutes. It will enhance all areas of your life. It’s necessary common sense, but it’s critical, especially if you want to lose weight.
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