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8 Healthy, Fresh Juice Recipes

Want to eat healthier?  Try adding fresh juices to your diet!  Juicing is a great way to add the vitamins, minerals, and benefits of fruits and vegetables to your diet. Below, we’ve compiled some popular  combinations to inspire you.  Try these, or use your favorites to create your own.


“Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all His benefits” – Psalm 103(KJV)

When we think of fasting, we often don’t think of juicing or smoothies.    But juicing and smoothies can actually be considered as a “green meal” and can have many benefits.  Juices can be a great way to add nutrients to your diet and to easily absorb vitamins. 

For many, the idea of juicing vegetables may be a bit challenging, especially for beginners who are starting a consecration for the first time.  But with a simple blender or juicer and a few of your favorite fruits, you’ll find that adding fresh juices are an easy way to better health.  Certain elements like ginger and pineapple can reduce inflammation, and you can also add spices for added benefits and flavor.

Below we’ve listed 7 popular juice combinations and recipes that taste fresh and yummy but will offer you more nutrients and vitamins at consecration time: or any time of the year.  All of these ingredients can be found at your local grocery store or farmer’s market. Just have your juicer ready, toss in the ingredients, add a touch of ice, and you’re ready to go!


1. Great Pineapple Ginger berry smoothie
1/2 fresh pineapple

1-inch chunk of ginger

Served cold or hot, this simple, tasty combination can reduce inflammation.  If you don’t have a juicer, try this recipe using 16 oz. of fresh pineapple juice and 1 tablespoon of ginger powder.

2. Strawberry Fields

2 Apples

2 Carrots

8 Strawberries

3. Wake-up

1 regular orange

2-3 carrots

2 1/2 sweet potatoes

1-inch chunk of ginger

4. Veggie Lover

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1 beet

1 very large carrot

1 bell pepper

1 apple (cored)

3 stalks of celery

3″ chunk of radish

1/2 bunch of cilantro

1/2 bunch of kale

5. Carrot Ginger Delight

4 carrots

1-inch piece of fresh ginger

1 peach or nectarine, or 3 apricots

(RIGHT – Make a healthier mimosa by mixing orange juice with sparkling water. )

fresh carrot juice

6. Very Berry Apple 

2 Gala apples

2 cups strawberries

1 cup raspberries

A handful of blueberries

7. Sweet Berry Treat

2 apples

1 pear

1 beet

1 carrot

A handful of blueberries

8. Good Morning Greens (main photo)

1 Granny Smith Apple

1 Pink Lady Apple (or Gala)

1/2 Stalk of Broccoli

3 Leaves of Kale

1 Kiwi (not too soft; peeled)

Please consult a doctor before starting any new eating regimen.  This information is not a replacement for professional medical advice.

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