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Juice Cleanse Recipes

Updated on November 18, 2013

Insight on a Juice Diet

Juice diets are all very popular these days, and why wouldn't they be? It's fruits and vegetable that are loaded with nutrients; it's a cleanse and a weight loss aid. Even if juice made from fresh vegetable and fresh fruits are high in nutrients it can still be bad for you because it might be too little in calories. So a balanced juice cleanse is what you want to achieve if you are looking to do a juice cleanse; one that gives you the most energy and nutrients. If you start to get headaches, extreme fatigue, moodiness you are advised to add more calories as those are side affects from unhealthy juice cleanses. You should also check with your doctor before you start a juice diet, your body may not be able to handle a juice diet if you are already underweight or have any health condition that should be looked after.

Another reason juicing might not be right for you is that it can be very time consuming. If you are making individual glasses of juice per meal then you have to be able to juice that many times a day but you can also make a big batch of juice so that it will last for the whole day but then that might be boring as you are getting the same taste for the whole day and the juice might not taste as good after being refrigerated. A juice diet can provide an abundant of energy but you might not get as much fiber causing digestive problems. Again, listen to your body as juicing might not be right for you. If a crash juice cleanse may not be right for you can incorporate juice into your daily diet to promote overall health.

Juice Cleanse Recipes

Green Juice #1:

1 Green Apple

2-3 Handfuls of Spinach or Kale (Can use both if wanted)

Half Lemon (Yellow Peel Removed)

1 Average Sized Kiwi

½ Inch Ginger Root


Green Juice #2:

2 Handfuls of Spinach or Kale

½ Large English Cucumber

2 Stalks of Celery

2 Carrots

½ Green Apple

2” Burdock Root

Green Juice #3:

Handful of Broccoli

3 Large Romaine Lettuce Leaves

Handful of Cilantro

Half Lime

1 Packed Cup of Spinach Greens

1 Green Apple

Green Juice #4:

Half of Large English Cucumber

Handful of Parsley

2 Handfuls of Kale or Spinach

1 Green Apple

Half Yellow Lemon

Green Juice #5:

1 While Cucumber

1 Green Apple

½ Yellow Lemon

Handful of Cilantro


Pineapple-Apple-Cucumber Juice:

1 Half of Pineapple

2 Green Apple

1 Half of Large English Cucumber

Beet-Cucumber-Apple Juice:

1 Green Apple

1 Large English Cucumber

Half of a Medium Beet

Half Inch Piece of Ginger


Beet-Apple-Carrot Juice:

1 Beet

1 Large Carrot

2 Green Apples

Minty-Pineapple:

1 Quarter Pineapple

Half of Large English Cucumber

Half Yellow Lemon

6-8 Sprigs of Mint


Carrot-Squash-Cucumber Juice:

4 Carrots

1 Cup Butternut Squash

Half of Large English Cucumber

Sprinkle of Cinnamon

Tropical Juice:

1 Orange

1 Cup Fresh Pineapple

2 Kiwis

1 Mango

1 Large Red Apple

2-3 large Carrots

1 Large Piece of Fresh Ginger


Purple Juice:

2 Green Apples

3 Carrots

½ Small Purple Cabbage

1 Handful of Blackberries

1 Fresh Beet

1 Handful of Blueberries

1 Large Piece of Fresh Ginger


Grape-Almond-Milk:

1 Cup Unsalted Almond Soaked Over Night

1 Cup Seedless Grapes

1/8 Teaspoon of Pure Vanilla Extract

Add ½ Cup of Filtered Water or Milk

20 More Nutritious Vegetables and Fruits

Asparagus
Mustard Greens
Arugula
Curly Endive
Snow Pea
Green Beans
Bok Choy
Savory Cabbage
Summer Squash
Kale
Cactus Leaf
Tomatoes
Blackberries
Beets
Cantaloupe
Raspberries
Strawberries
Peaches
Passion Fruit

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    • tina.wong profile imageAUTHOR

      tina.wong 

      5 years ago from Vancouver, BC

      Thank you!!! All the juices actually tastes really good too!

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      Dil Vil 

      5 years ago from India

      This is cool , good hub. Informative and useful. Great work!

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