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Getting Juiced about Juice: 5 Favorite Recipes

April 9, 2015

Whether you’re a juice aficionado or considering taking the plunge to start this healthy habit, juicing is a fast, delicious way to get nutrients from fruits or vegetables that you normally wouldn’t eat or that aren’t a regular part of your diet. The resulting juice retains most of the vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients that are found in the whole versions of fruits and veggies, which can help protect against cardiovascular disease, cancer and other health problems.

It’s fun and easy to experiment with different fruit and veggie combinations to see what appeals to you the most, but for a little inspiration, check out our five favorite juice recipes below:

Energizing Beetroot, Cucumber and Ginger Juice

This cleansing beetroot, cucumber and ginger juice is a great way to boost your energy and feel good all day. It’s easy to add to your morning routine, and it takes just five minutes to make.

Energizing Beetroot, Cucumber and Ginger Juice

Apple Fennel Green Juice

In this juice recipe, apple adds sweetness, and fennel offers up vitamin C with anti-inflammatory properties – as well as a delicious licorice taste. Kale, celery and cucumber give it that beautiful bright green color.

Apple Fennel Green Juice

Beet Apple Carrot Juice

This juice is beautifully vibrant in color and is high in vitamin A, B and C, as well as manganese and potassium.

Beet Apple Carrot Juice

Carrot, Apple, Strawberry & Ginger Juice

This one is perfect for beginners because it’s sweet with a ginger-fueled kick – letting you ease into the idea of juicing before trying out more veggie-heavy recipes.

Carrot, Apple, Strawberry & Ginger Juice

Green Juice

If you think you don’t or won’t like green juice, then this recipe is for you. Apple and pear add sweetness, and lemon provides a great citrus taste that tames any kale bitterness. In other words, you can get the health benefits of greens without the strong veg flavor. Now that’s a win-win.

Green Juice

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