This Healthy Green Juice Recipe is a delicious way to help fight cancer, eliminate the body of toxins, lose weight & pack tons of vitamins into every day!
This juice contains celery which is great for weight loss! Celery is reported to be a negative calorie food, which means it takes the body more calories to digest it than the food itself contains.*
The pears in this juice give it a nice sweetness, while also providing more than your daily supply of fiber!
One pear has 6 grams of fiber, this juice contains 6 pears, i.e. 36 grams of fiber from the pears alone! The suggested daily requirement of fiber is 25 to 30 grams.
Obviously I don’t even have to get you started on kale! We all know that kale is the superfood sweeping the nation packing tons of Vitamins A, C and K with health benefits ranging from reducing the chances of developing cancer to bone health as well as aiding in blood clotting.
The mint in this juice gives it great flavor while also helping to soothe stomach issues, clear your skin and eliminate your body of toxins.
What are you waiting for? It’s time to get healthy juicing!
I call this the “Vitamin Boost Juice” because it provides over 450% of the daily Vitamin A needed and over 1000% of daily Vitamin C needed, and just for a little extra boost, it also provides 110% of daily fiber needed!
Talk about getting a vita-boost to your day!
4 oranges (peeled)
1/2 pineapple (skin removed)
1 cup carrots
Juice all of the ingredients together.
Pour into a glass, chill then soak in all of the juicy vitamins!
This juice is a perfect way to start the day and can be made very inexpensively! Purchase a bag of oranges at a local farmers market to cut down on costs by buying in bulk and keep juicing all week long!
This green detox juice is perfect for detoxing after a long weekend… such as Memorial Day… which just so happens to be this weekend!
After kicking back a few cold ones and some delicious BBQ, this juice will clear your skin and make you feel like a brand new person!
The kale and lemons give skin an amazing glow, while the ginger is perfect for helping with digestion and the apples, well as the old saying goes, an apple a day keeps the doctor away 😉
6 apples (fuji or granny smith work best)
1 bunch kale (app. 2 cups chopped)
1 tsp size knob of ginger
Begin by slicing the apples. If you have one of these handy-dandy apple corer-slicers, then this step is super easy!
Next, begin by juicing half of the apples, followed by the kale and ginger, then the rest of the apples, followed by the lemon.
Make sure to use a crisp apple, if the apple is too soft it will come out more like applesauce. In this recipe mine were on the verge of too soft. I’ve found that my favorite apples to use in this recipe are green granny smiths.