Welcome to the first post in our new series of ‘Recipe Roundups’, where we highlight the healthiest, tastiest & most nutritious clean living recipes from around the web.
This week we bring you the best juice recipes we could find, and we guarantee that each one is packed full of nutrients, tastes amazing and will give your body a boost whenever you need it!
We’ve scoured the internet to bring you 15 of the best juice recipes from the top ‘juice experts’ around the web.
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15 Delicious Juice Recipes
Source: Reboot with Joe
Made with a unique combination of carrots, oranges, and a little ginger, ‘Splash of Sun’ is a quick and easy recipe, packed with vitamin C and beta-carotene. Created by popular juice blogger Joe Cross, this juice can help with inflammation and even arthritis.
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Source: No Meat Athlete
The perfect detoxer and a wonderful boost for your immune system, ‘Fields of Green’ mixes kale and some sweet fruits for a delicious dark green juice. This is an excellent option for juicing kale without the bitter aftertaste.
An asparagus-based juice, the ‘Spring Cleansing Cocktail’ will assist in flushing out any toxins your body has accumulated. Self-proclaimed “Juice Lady” Cherie Calbom’s creation mixes tomatoes, cucumber and asparagus for a delicious, detoxifying refresher.
Midday Melon Juice
Source: Juice Master USA
A perfect option for a midday thirst quencher, the ‘Midday Melon Juice’ created by Juice Master Jason Vale will help keep you hydrated and feeling satiated. Made with watermelons, pomegranate, and raspberries, this is a great source of vitamins A and C, calcium, and potassium.
MindBodyGreen contributor Torrie Pattillo posted recipes that could even convert skeptics into juicing. Her ‘Drink Your Produce Green Juice’ is quite tasty and lives up to its name. Loaded with nutrition, this is a great way to get your daily veggie intake into a drinkable glass.
Parsley adds a natural energy boost to any drink, and the ‘Parsley Energy Explosion’ is no exclusion. Chlorophyll is found in abundance in parsley and assists in helping oxygenate the blood, leaving you feeling energetic and fresh!
Source: Spirituality & Healing
‘Happy Mood Morning’ is the perfect way to start your day. A lovely mixture of various fruits and veggies, this combination of carrots, spinach, apples, and fennel stalks will perk you up and give you an energy boost that will last all day.
Source: Young and Raw
This super-nutrient juice is delicious and sweet. Created by Young and Raw contributor Sheleana, the ‘Clean Energy Super Alkaline Green Juice’ is a wonderful energy booster that promotes healthy skin and will improve your mood.
Source: Linda Wagner
The secret to this energy juice is the beets – they help purify your blood and body. Created by Linda Wagner, she claims the key to getting energy from your juice is by using as many mineral and vitamin packed veggies as you can.
Source: Juice Recipes for Your Health
A creative mixture of blackberry, kiwi, pear, pineapple, and peppermint, this concoction is believed to help prevent osteoporosis, reduce inflammation, and boost your energy levels and immune system.
Source: Levi Brown, Health.com
Just one sip of this vitamin-packed juice will refresh your entire body. Made to replenish your system with the nutrients and vitamins it needs, the ‘Total Health Booster’ contains a delightful mix of apples, pears, and cherries.
High in vitamins A & C and potassium, the ‘Cantaloupe Ginger Juice’ is refreshing and a great way to give your immune system an extra boost. And at only 80 calories per glass, you can enjoy a refill or two without feeling any pangs of guilt.
Source: Simple Juice Recipes
Do you ever find it hard to eat your carrots? Now you can get your carrot intake in a more yummy, palatable way. The ‘Carrot Juice Boost’ is a great way to reap the benefits of carrots, such as vitamin A, beta-carotenes, and fiber; all of which help to ward off cancer and heart disease, and can even improve your vision.
Source: Men’s Fitness
Beets have become a popular natural performance enhancer as of late, and this is a great juice to sip on before a workout. Studies have shown that the nitrate in beets widens blood vessels and lowers blood pressure, giving your muscles more of the oxygen they need.
This juice is a light, refreshing pick-me-up that delivers a blast of nutrients to get you through your day, and leave you feeling fresh as a daisy. Sprouts contain helpful phytonutrients that your body needs, and the cucumber helps to bring some cool refreshment.
Have a juicing recipe of your own? Tried one of these and loved/hated it? Let us know in the comments below!