Juice Recipes That You Must Try
[dropcap]Ah,[/dropcap] the power of juicing. I’m not particularly a fan of this craze but I make juice recipes once or twice a week. However, I only use fresh fruits and vegetables when I do make fruit/vegetable juice.
Several nutritionists in the world are recommending fruit/vegetable juicing as part of a healthy diet.
[dropcap]G[/dropcap]rapefruit juice recipe
We’re lucky here in the Philippines that we can easily find grapefruits allowing us to satisfy our cravings in the morning. When I make grapefruit juice, I incorporate carrot and apple. My friends recommend adding fresh spinach but I don’t like the taste (or appearance) of it.
To make a grapefruit juice recipe, gather the following ingredients:
- Peeled grapefruit
After obtaining the needed ingredients, put them all in your juicer or blender. That’s it. This juice is ideal before heading out for your morning jog.
[dropcap]F[/dropcap]resh pineapple juice recipe
Pineapples are tropical fruits that offer syrupy tang. They’re also hydrating, which is perfect for this summer season. Instead of just using pineapple, I combine it with papaya. It’s just what the doctor ordered when you have troubled tummy. Constipation? This is a just the thing to make you poop. I like how pineapple makes foam after blending it.
What ingredients do you need? Chopped pineapple. If you’re like me, you may add papaya. Mix these ingredients using a blender or juicer. To make a cold pineapple juice recipe, you may lay the chopped pineapple or papaya inside your fridge or freezer for at least an hour before you make a juice.
[dropcap]M[/dropcap]inty berry juice recipe
This is one of the juice recipes I want to try. But I find it difficult to make because of the required ingredients as it involves kiwifruits. According to Williams-Sonoma blog, you’ll need blueberries, kiwifruits, strawberries and mint leaves to produce a healthy minty berry juice.
[dropcap]M[/dropcap]ean green juice recipe
It’s one of the juice recipes provided by Doctor Oz’s website. It consists of cucumber, celery stalks, apples, kale leaves, lemon and ginger. I’m not a big fan of green smoothies/shakes but I think this is worth a try.
[dropcap]H[/dropcap]ealthy Way to Start Your Day
One of the best things about juice recipes is that you can freely experiment on what ingredients to include. Whatever fruit juice you’re preparing, it’s a healthy way to start your day. But you must only use organic fruits/vegetables to maximize the benefits of these recipes.