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  • Writer's pictureNina Jeanette

5 healthy juices

Updated: Oct 19, 2020

- to boost energy, improve digestion, skin & get into positive habits

Are you looking for a way to get natural stamina, improve your digestion, keep you hydrated, get that natural glow, and provide your body with amazing building blocks? All while creating new positive habits?

Well, you are in the right place, so keep reading

*to get more info regarding juicing, read my article by pushing here.

Let`s keep it short and sweet and dive right in.

How to juice

Basically, making juice is a simple process:

1. Get your ingredients and your juicer

2. Wash the ingredients and cut away nasty parts

3. Juice everything

4. Drink it

Some tips on your juicing journey:

* Drink the juice on an empty stomach

* Drink the juice right after making it

* Don’t mix too many sweet fruits and vegetables in the juice

* Chew before drinking it – stimulates the digestion process

* Rinse the juicer after making it – so much easier

* Juicing is NOT just juicing spinach and kale – rotate the ingredients.

Top 5 Juicing Recipes:

Green Hydration (1 glass)

1 cucumber 1 small lemon 10 – 12 mint leaves

2 cm ginger

-add ice cubes, lemon- and cucumber slices or sparkling water

Sweet, sweet Energy

350 g carrots 1 medium-sized red beet 1 small green apple 1/2 lime

Immune Boost

1 large red beet

1 small clove garlic

1 bundle of celery

1 small lemon

2 cm ginger - sprinkle on some grounded pepper

Detox Time

1 bundle of celery

2 green apples

½ fennel

1 handful of leafy parsley

1 lemon -parsley and lime on the side of the glass

Green Love

1 cup of greens (kale or spinach)

1 cucumber

1 tbsp of leafy parsley

1 lime (without the peel)

1 green apple

From the pulp you can also make pancakes, so attaching a recipe here:

Pulp Pancakes:

½ cup flour of your choice (I used Jytte flour)

1 tbsp arrowroot

1 ½ tsp baking powder

Pinch of Himalayan salt

1 – 2 tsp maple syrup

2 tsp Ceylon cinnamon

1 tsp nutmeg

1 tsp cardamom

½ cup plant-based milk (I used oat milk)

¼ cup of pulp (sweet, fruity pulp taste best)

1 tsp vanilla

1 tbsp coconut oil

How to make the pancakes:

Whisk together the dry ingredients.

Create a center and mix in the rest of the ingredients. Mix well, until no lumps.

Cook on low heat under a lid with some coconut oil. A few minutes on both sides, until done.

Ice-Pop juice

Any leftover juice is also perfect to freeze. Just pour it into your popsicle, freeze, and enjoy on a hot summer day!

Ingredients used in the recipes, and some benefits:

I highly recommend you to get organic, and local ingredients whenever you can.


Among the most Nutrient-dense food on the planet Loaded with powerful antioxidants

Excellent source of vitamin C and vitamin K

Help promote good heart-health


Amazing to hydrate and depuff Perfect for summer Great for the skin and glow Mostly water – which is perfect for juicing Skin is high in nutrients

Beets Provides you with energy Impressively many nutrients! Can be helpful to improve blood flow Perfect for juicing as you get all the vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants

Celery Supports digestion Alkalizing effect Reduces inflammation Rich in vitamins and minerals

Lemon Gives amazing flavor Aids digestion Vitamin C-source Promotes hydration Can improve skin quality

Carrots A bit sweet, so don`t consume it too often, and preferable in the mornings Good for your eyes Boost skin health and natural glow Can help to a good heart-health

Green Apples Helps to maintain good blood flow

Improves circulation and good for heart-health

Rich in vitamin K

Acid-fruit which can be well-combined with veggies


Good source of magnesium and potassium

Improves digestion

Fights infections and inflammations

Rejuvenates skin

Garlic Contains compounds with potent medicinal properties Highly nutritious

Can combat sickness like the cold

Can reduce blood pressure and promote good heart health


Unique phytonutrients

Health-promoting effects

Antioxidants and vitamin C

Leafy Parsley

Rich in vitamin A, C, and K

May improve bone health

Provides antioxidant effect


Healthiest spice

Beneficial for your brain and boy

Medicinal properties (Gingerol)

Helps for nausea

Mint Leaves

Rich in nutrients

May improve IBS and indigestion

Could improve brain function

Some of the ingredients are some getting used to. But they are sooooo good for you and will get you amazing nutrients and energy.

Sending you all so much love!



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