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10 Workout Boosting Juice Recipes


Too many of us don’t get enough magnesium, yet this micronutrient plays an essential
role in a solid workout. If you’re looking to find a
way of sneaking more of this mineral into your diet,
this represents a fantastic way to do so.
• Large Handful Of Parsley
• 3 leaves of chard
• 1 Cup Watermelon
• 4 carrots
• 1 Peach
• 2 Celery Stalks Including The Leafy Tops
• 1 Lemon



Stop reaching for a sports drink after your exercise, and start making this antioxidant-and
vitamin C rich juice instead. It’s super rich in all your essential vitamins and minerals.
• 1 Orange
• 2 Kale Leaves (or collard greens leaves)
• 1 Green Apple
• 1 Lemon
• 1 Lime
• 4 Broccoli Florets (including stems and leaves)



This is nature’s best antidote for aiding recovery
so that you can go again soon. It helps to repair
muscle and tissue damage and makes your body
tougher over the long-term.
• 1 Green Apple
• ½ Cup Strawberries
• ½ Pound Of Organic Tart Cherries
• 2 Celery Stalks
• 4 Kale Leaves
• ½ Cucumber
• ½ Lemon



Tomato juice is super rich in electrolytes, and ideal for maintaining proper hydration
during and before a workout. Tomatoes also have many other health benefits and
essential antioxidants to prevent chronic disease.
This juice includes an added boost from
coconut water, which is naturally rich in
electrolytes, so you can skip the sports drink
and get your energy from juice instead.
• 1 Lemon
• 5 Medium Carrots
• 2 Tomatoes
• 1 Cucumber (super hydration)
• Handful Of Cilantro
• 1/ Cup Of Coconut Water



 3 carrots
 3 kale leaves
 1 Beet Including Leafy Tops
 1” Piece of Fresh Ginger
 1 Garlic Clove
 1 Lime
 ½ Grapefruit



Another great all natural post-workout recovery blend.
 2 Beets (nitric-oxide to oxygenate the blood)
 2 Pears
 1″ piece of ginger (anti-inflammatory)
 1 Handful Of Spinach (strong bones)
 1 cucumber (super hydration)



Get all the energy you need for your intense workouts with this refreshing blend.
 3 Beets
 2 Large Carrots
 2 Green Apples
 2″ Piece of Fresh Ginger
 1/4 Lemon
 1/4 Lime



This juice is loaded with healthy iron rich vegetables for healthy production of
hemoglobin, healthy red blood cells, and fighting fatigue.
 1 Apple
 1 Orange
 6 to 7 Spinach leaves
 1/2 Beet Including The Leafy Tops



Another iron rich blend, with super healthy greens and ginger that fights inflammation.
 35 Spinach Leaves
 25 Sprigs Of Fresh Mint
 15 Sprigs Of Fresh Coriander
 1/2 Lime
 1″ Piece Of Ginger
 1/2 Lemon



Get your vitamin D fix from this blend.
 Handful Of Kale leaves
 Handful Of Spinach Leaves
 1 kohlrabi
 1 Cucumber
 1 Mango
 1 Grapefruit
 1 Peach

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Juice Fasting Recipes To Clean Your Insides

A wise man once said, “Blessed are those who hunger and thirst, for they are sticking to their diets.” What a fit description of the seemingly endless battles that we fight to lose weight and to stay healthy and vital for as long as humanly possible! Up and down, up and down, your metabolism bounces between walking pace and light speed; you have nightmares about celery sticks; you can work out the exact calorie count of every meal in 2.5 seconds; and the wheels on your exercise bike spontaneously combusted months ago.  In short, you wear yourself out and end up landing on a bottom that, despite all your best efforts, still looks like a pair of bowling balls. Juice fasting is a great way to get off the dieting rollercoaster and see real results quickly. Safe and effective when carried out correctly, juice fasting benefits your entire being:  Your physical wellbeing increases as the body is rid of toxins and excess fat.  Your mind benefits because fasting creates a stillness that brings mental clarity and helps you to develop will power and to better control your senses. As you lose weight and feel much better about yourself, self-esteem improves and sets you on the road to what could be a life changing experience, connecting you to your spirit and helping you to achieve balance in your life.   Juice Fasting and Weight Loss   A juice fast is a great way to shed some extra pounds, especially when you’re in a hurry. During the fast the body uses its own stored substances and, at the same time, detoxifies. A healthy combination of juices squeezed from fresh fruits and vegetables adds vitamins, minerals and trace elements to the body. Because your only source of nourishment during the fast is water and the juices that you drink, it’s imperative that the juices you drink contain the maximum possible amounts of enzymes, vitamins and other nutrients in the fresh produce. Many of the juicers on the market process the fresh fruits and veggies in a way that destroys many of the nutrients in the food. A top quality juicer such as the Oscar VitalMax juicer is an excellent tool for the job because it serves up living juices. The food is processed in such a way that it retains as many nutrients and essential enzymes as possible. Juice fasting is a much better diet option than fad diets. Fad diets literally starve the body of nutrients. On the other hand, juice fasting provides the body with the nutrients it needs for vibrant health, helping to fix any chemical imbalances in the body – even those created by fad diets.    Juice Fasting and Detoxification   Juice fasting for detoxification is probably the most well-known usage of this particular type of fast. Juice fasting allows the organs of the body to rest, cleansing and revitalising them. The organs’ functioning is much better, which in turn aids in the digestion of food and production of energy for day to day life.  Juice fasting may also be helpful for the treatment and prevention of fluid retention.   Juice Fasting: How To   Before launching into a fast, it’s a good idea to begin preparing the body a week ahead. Cut out or reduce nicotine, alcohol, caffeine, sugar and wheat. Ideally the diet prior to fasting should consist mainly of fruits, vegetables and beans. If you’ve never fasted before it might be a good idea to limit your first fast to three or four days. Sometimes abstaining from food entirely is a bit much, so it’s ok to eat fresh fruit or veggies if your stomach is complaining. Now its time to get juicing! If you can’t make your own juices buy them from a health food shop – the fresher, the better. The GreenPower Kempo juicer is another excellent juicer that produces high quality juices to help you to get the best possible result from your fast. Mix between one and three parts of pure water with your juice of choice. To get you started, here a few tasty recipes courtesy of Fasting to Freedom, by Tom McGregor:   Jogger’s Paradise 3 oranges 2 hard pears 1 small yam Mix and add a little crushed ice. Great for energy.   A Taste of Heaven 2 carrots 1 sweet potato 2 apples Thin slice of Spanish onion Pinch of Dulse powder for energy and endurance   Red Ice 1 beet 1 sweet potato 2 apples 1 lemon 1 tomato Thin slice of Spanish onion 1 garlic clove 1/2 can of frozen apple concentrate   Sit back and relax!   With the aid of a good juicer or fresh juice from a health shop, give yourself a power up and try a juice fast. Better than any fad diet, you can stop running yourself ragged. It’s a great way to remove toxins from the body, to lose weight, and to improve your health and wellbeing.  Look better, feel better, be healthier than ever before!  Please note: Its always safest to get the advice of a health care professional before making drastic changes to your diet, particularly if aren’t well to start with. Even natural juices can interfere with medication and you should consult your doctor before fasting.  
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Choosing The Right Juicer

There are many advantages to eating fruit and vegetables raw. Water-soluble vitamins (such as vitamin C) are destroyed by heating, so there will be less vitamin C in a cooked carrot than in a similar raw carrot.


But for some nutrients, cooking (and juicing) is more nutritious, because it makes the nutrients more easily assimilated. Cooking and juicing breaks down tough fibres and allows the digestive juices to work more effectively on the vegetable. This is particularly important for someone who is elderly, ill or who has impaired digestion.


For example, research has shown that we absorb approximately 3-4% of carotenoids from raw carrots and 15-20% from cooked carrots. Carotenoids are plant pigments that give yellow, orange and red fruit and vegetables their colour. Carotenoids are powerful antioxidants, so have a role in helping us fight old age and cancer.


Juicing fruit and vegetables is an excellent way to combine the advantages of both raw and cooked. There are a lot of different juicers out there, so I decided to ask the experts at the Wholistic Research Company in the UK for more about juicing and juicers.


What are the benefits of a juicer over just eating fresh fruit and vegetables?

The use of fresh fruit and vegetable juices in both normal and therapeutic diets has long been established as a great aid to natural health, energy and well-being. The high mineral and nutrient content, combined with the vibrant life-energy of fresh fruits and vegetables, makes pure, fresh juice a wonderful part of a healthy person’s diet. In no other way can one consume the nutritional content of, for example, a pound or two of apples and carrots (in a glass) and then go on to eat a healthy breakfast.


Fresh juices are an invaluable supplement to any person’s diet. Indeed there are therapies that rely almost entirely on the power and nutrition available in juices to rid an ailing body of serious illness, even cancer. The body is stimulated by such concentrated goodness to throw off negative, pathological cellular deterioration and regain excellent health.


What are the advantages of a juicer over bought juice?

Making fresh juices from your own juicer provides you with the same live enzymes that are available in raw fresh fruit and vegetables. These fresh raw foods give us more energy and sparkle than cooked, ‘dead’ foods, and ‘dead’ juices that have been sitting in a container on the supermarket shelf for days, weeks or even months. This energy (from the freshly made juice) is concentrated, and you feel it as soon as you drink it. It can clear your head and make you feel light and energetic.


Juicers can vary dramatically in price, so what should you look for in buying a juicer?

In order to extract juice from fruits and vegetables, it is necessary first to break down the cell walls and fibres and then separate out the juice. Ideally, a top quality juicer should deliver a nutrient-rich juice on the one hand and a dry pulp of cell walls and fibres, on the other. There are basically two types of juicers: centrifugal juicers and masticating juicers.


So what is a centrifugal juicer?

This is an inexpensive juicer and is widely available. It merely grates fruits and vegetables, leaving strings of unbroken cells. The juice from the cells that have been broken is then spun out at very high speed (6,000 to 10,000 rpm). Because the juice is flung out, it mixes with the air and so oxidises (turns brown) quickly. The pulp usually remains very moist, because the process has not extracted all the juice. Not only is this more wasteful, but the juice is paler, more watery, lower in nutrient value and often quite insipid in flavour.


That doesn’t sound very appetising. Are masticating juicers any better?

Masticating juicers provide richer, more flavourful, nutritious juices. They are altogether more ‘serious’, although more expensive, but should be considered to be an investment in good health. They more thoroughly break up fruit or vegetables, and press out the juice from the resulting pulp inside a nose cone with a narrow opening.This is far more efficient than centrifugal action. A good masticating juicer will extract up to five times more nutrients than centrifugal juicers.

Masticating juicers – like the popular American champion juicer – use a rugged cutter, spinning at 1425 rpm. This will juice whole carrots and quartered apples speedily and with ease.

There are also slower masticating juicers that use a single auger or twin gears, revolving at 80 to 160 rpm, to more gently crush smaller pieces of fruit and vegetables. They are especially useful for juicing tough fibrous greens and wheatgrass (a powerful healing natural tonic).

You can also juice wheatgrass with a manual masticating juicer. A good one can be relatively inexpensive to buy, and is similar to an old fashioned table-mounted mincer that is turned with a handle. Many masticating juicers will also make smoothies, purees, nut butters, pasta, baby foods and frozen fruit ice creams. Try These Tasty Juice Recipes; healthyjuicerecipes


The price of a good juicer may seem quite high, but the quality of the juice produced, and the long life of the juicer, far outweigh the initial outlay when compared to the cheaper, far less efficient models on the market.

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Benefits of Beets

This is my article dedicated to juicing beets recipes. 

Frankly, I love the things, I don’t know if it’s just me, but every time I feel tired or I feel a cold coming on, juicing beets really helps me. Maybe it’s a placebo thing. I don’t care. I’m making an article especially for that special vegetable in my life.


So here of some stats of said vegetable; 

Beets contain calcium, iron, sulphur, potassium, beta-carotene, choline, and vitamin C.

Beets also help tremendously with high blood pressure, because they contain nitric oxide which opens veins, capillaries, and veins. This

super food supports lung capacity and helps transport oxygen to cells.

They are high in manganese, an important mineral for brain function.

Beets are also high in minerals that strengthen the liver and gall bladder, and are the building blocks for blood corpuscles and cells. 

Beets are famous for their ability to cleanse the blood.


Beet juice is super concentrated so I’d strongly advise you dilute it with water or other juices.

Purchase firm, rock-hard beets. Being a root, they can be stored for months in the refrigerator. 


Juicing Beets Recipes

Carrot, Spinach and Beets

4 carrots

beet with greens

5 – 6 leaves of Romaine or other leaf lettuce

3 – 4 leaves of spinach


Scrub organic carrots or peel the carrots if they are not organic. Clean and cut beet into slender wedges, and wash & dry lettuce and spinach leaves. Juice half of the carrots, and the beet, and then you may use the remaining carrots to help push the lettuce and spinach through the juicer. 


Power Punch

Juice 1 small beet. 

Juice 1 pear. 

Juice 1 Fiji apple. 

Juice a small piece of ginger 2 inches max. 

Juice 2 inches of salsify root. 

Juice 4 individual celery stalks. 

Juice 10-12 carrots. 

Juice 1 small parsnip. 


Sweet Beets

5 Carrots

1 Apple

1/2 Beet



4 Ounces of Raw Beet (with leaves)

3 Ounces of Raw Cucumber

9 Ounces Raw Carrot



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