Juice Recipes for Juicers
If you are new to the world of juicing, or just looking for new recipes, one of the greatest benefits is the ability to experiment with a variety of fruits and vegetables.
Juicing makes it very easy to make sure you are getting the essential amount of fruits and vegetables. When you consume fruits and veggies raw, you are assuring you are receiving the optimum amount of nutrients because cooking them in any way reduces their nutritional value.
By extracting the juice from fruits and veggies, you are receiving all the nutrients you would get by consuming them raw. It may take you a few tries to find what works well together and what tastes good to you, but when you do, you won’t be able to stop juicing! To help you out, here are some basic recipes and popular recipes to get you started.
Two ingredients that blend well together are carrots and apples.
To make a simple carrot apple juice, you will need to juice:
- 6 carrots
- and 2 apples
Another two-ingredient drink that blends deliciously together contains apples and strawberries.
To create this drink, simply juice
- 2 apples
- and 4 to 6 strawberries
To make another easy, 2-ingredient drink, that also promotes the health of your liver
juice 2 to 3 carrots and half of a beet.
To make a great drink that will help cleanse your body, juice 4 carrots, half of a cucumber and 1 beet.
To create a drink that helps improve your digestive system health, juice a handful of spinach and 6 carrots.
Another drink that helps your digestive system consists of juicing a fourth of a lemon with peel, a half of a grapefruit and 2 oranges.
If you want to create a drink that has alkaline properties, juice a fourth of a head of red or green cabbage and 3 stalks of celery.
If you are trying to increase your potassium levels, juice 1 handful of spinach, 1 handful or parsley, 2 stalks of celery and 4 to 6 carrots.
Many people prefer fruitier juices, so to make a delicious fruit juice you will need to juice:
- one pineapple
- and either 3 oranges
- or 1 grapefruit.
- 4 strawberries,
- 1 large chunk pineapple
- and 1 bunch of black grapes.
- juice 1 apple
- and 1 grapefruit.
Juicing is a great way to ensure that you are receiving all the vitamins, minerals and nutrients of fruits and vegetables that may be lost when they are cooked in any way. Using the above recipes, you can create delicious juices and also use your creativity and experiment by mixing together whatever kinds of fruits and veggies you enjoy.
Once you find juice combinations that you like, which will not take long, you won’t want to buy juice from the store ever again!