Recipes For Juicing To Improve Your Health

By Alex Ralbeck

When it comes to nutrition nothing can compare to fruit and vegetable juices. They provide you with the vitamins and minerals and other nutrients essential for a healthy lifestyle. And fruit and vegetable juices do it in a way that allows the body to quickly absorb them into the bloodstream.

In addition there on numerous uses for these wonderful, nutritious drinks ranging from dieting, where they can be used for appetite suppression to quell that hunger especially between meals. By substituting one meal each day with juices, you will still be receiving a balanced diet. Follow a low fat diet,eat enough protein rich foods and stay with an exercise


Here is a juicing recipe to help shed those pounds.

4 medium carrots, 1/2 medium beet, 1 celery stalk, 1 apple, 1/2 cucumber, ginger to taste. Wash the produce, cut into manageable pieces and place in the juicer.

Fruit juices especially can be used an a pick me up, whether it’s in the morning before heading off to school or out to work or after a playing sports. The juices refresh, replace the vital nutrients that your body has used, satisfy you and don’t add on those extra pounds that soft drinks would.


Here is a morning breakfast awakener.

2 oranges, 1 grapefruit, 1/2 dozen strawberries, 1/2 banana.

Peel the oranges, grapefruit and banana. Place into the juicer.

Try this one after playing sports.

2 cups watermelon, 2 cups cantaloupe, piece of fresh ginger.

Place into juicer.

Another application for the fresh juices is as a remedy for constipation. With our diets low in fiber from consuming fast foods and prepared refined foods, we may be affected with constipation now and then. Juices are the perfect answer for this problem.

If you enjoy strawberry rhubarb pie this may be the right one for you. Clean and combine equal parts of strawberries and rhubarb in the juicer, add any spices as you would to the pie to improve the flavor, but don’t add any sugar. You can put in some ice. The rhubarb is a good source of magnesium, which is essential for proper eliminations.

If you’re not a fan of rhubarb then you can try 1/2 cup of cleaned coconut and half of a peeled pineapple. The juice is mild and appealing but you can also add anything else you want to this basic juice to make it more appealing to your taste buds.

If you’re looking for a way to consume that yogurt in order to get the benefits of the live bacterial cultures, but you or your children don’t like the taste of yogurt and you don’t want to consume those yogurts with added sugar or high fructose corn syrup, then combining them into fruit smoothies may be just what you’re looking for.

Probiotic yogurts contain the same beneficial bacteria that are in our intestinal tracts. These bacteria are essential to our good health, but every now and then they need to be replenished due to illness or medications that have been taken. They give the body the ability to fend off disease and even prevent many common ailments. Just add the yogurt to your favorite fruit juice smoothie and you’ll be set.

These are just a few of the ways that juicing recipes can improve your health.

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