Delicious Juicer Recipes You Need To Try
Amazing drink that will satisfy any sweet tooth and give your antioxidant quota a kick in the butt
2 organic Apples (tart is good here)
2 oranges (peeled)
1 cup organic strawberries
1 cup organic raspberries
Put all ingredients through your extractor and then stir. Try it over a little bit of ice to really quench your thirst.
When you need an afternoon pickup instead of a 20 minute nap, reach for one of these.
¼ head of lettuce (try Boston, Romaine etc)
2 organic Apples
½ an organic English cucumber
½ a peeled lemon
½ cup of organic spinach (washed)
¼ bunch organic celery
¼ of an organic fennel
about 1 inch of ginger, peeled
Run all ingredients through the juicer and then stir to combine. Drink immediately, or store in a sealed container for later.
Sometimes you just need to settle your stomach especially after a digestive illness or upset. Personally, this has reversed flu symptoms in 2 hours after consuming just one large serving.
3 mangos (ripe)
3 papaya of the same size as the mangos (again ripe)
1 to 2 inches of ginger, peeled
1 large organic carrot
1 handful of organic blueberries
3 large leaves of organic kale (optional)
Juice all ingredients, putting the carrot through last and then stir to blend well. Sip the juice slowly over 30 mins or so. The enzymes in the papaya and ginger are super at helping to get your gut back in order.
If you are having diarrhea issues consult your physician or pharmacist before trying the Happy Belly.
You are the sort of person who craves spice and heat in your foods. Pass the cayenne, heap on the peppers, don't spare the hot sauce. If you like food that wakes you up from your slump, then this juice is for you.
½ organic red bell pepper
1 stalk organic celery
2 big organic tomatoes
1 organic Roma tomato
a dash of sea salt or pink Himalayan if available
a dash of white pepper
a dash or two of cayenne pepper
2 drops Worcestershire
This drink will surely make you thankful that you have a sense of taste. It's a great wake-up drink with its bit of heat and tomato-y goodness and works well if you are trying a detox routine.
Mix it well, and adjust the spice to your liking.
Just want to juice citrus fruit? Take a look at the Waring PCJ2 Citrus Juicer. At around $82, it is one heck of a bargain.