11 Healthy Juicing Recipes to Add to Your Diet

These juicing recipes are from the juice cleanse plan by Jason Vale. Juices are rich in vitamins, can help weight loss, improve general well-being and have a positive impact on gut health and the microbiome.1


½ lime, peeled
2 apples, any type except Granny Smiths as they don’t juice well
½ pineapple
½ medium cucumber
½ ripe avocado
1oz fresh wheatgrass or wheatgrass powder
1 level tsp spirulina
1 capsule of acidophilus bacteria powder
Ice cubes

Juice the apples, pineapple, cucumber and lime. Put the avocado flesh into a blender with the ice, wheatgrass, spirulina and the bacteria powder.
Blend everything until smooth, pour and enjoy.


½ small pineapple
½ stick celery
1in chunk of cucumber
1 small handful of spinach leaves
1 small piece of peeled lime
2 apples
½ ripe avocado
Ice cubes

Juice the pineapple, celery, cucumber, spinach, lime and apples. Place the ripe avocado flesh in a blender along with the ice and juice mixture. Blend until smooth.
Pour into glass and enjoy.


½ large pineapple
2 apples
½ mug Alfalfa sprouts
½ mug watercress
½ mug parsley
½ mug kale
½ mug broccoli
1oz shot of fresh wheatgrass juice (or 1 tsp wheatgrass powder)
2 ice cubes

Juice all the ingredients, then add the wheatgrass shot or teaspoon of wheatgrass powder. Pour into a glass over the ice.


2 apples
½ cucumber
1 stick celery
1 small handful of spinach
Ice cubes
1 heaped tsp Dr Udo’s Beyond Greens supplement (if you don’t have this, replace by juicing a handful of mixed green leaves such as watercress, parsley or lettuce).

Juice the apples, cucumber, celery and spinach. Pour into blender, then add ice and Beyond Greens. Blend for about 1 minute or until smooth. If you use mixed green leaves instead of Beyond Greens, simply juice these along with the other ingredients and then add the ice.


½ small pineapple
1 apple
½ banana
200g natural organic yoghurt (if you’re a vegan, use soya yoghurt)
½ tsp spirulina

Juice the pineapple and apple and pour into blender or smoothie-maker with the banana, yoghurt and spirulina. Blend until smooth. If you don’t like yoghurt (dairy or otherwise), use half a small pineapple instead.


3 apples
1 good pinch of cinnamon

Juice the apples and pour juice into a saucepan. Slowly heat but do not boil. When nice and hot, pour into a mug, add cinnamon and serve.


2 carrots
2 apples
1in slice of lemon, wax-free, with rind left on
½ in of fresh ginger
2 ice cubes

This wonderful juice is a favourite of the super-fit Martina Navratilova, winner of 58 grand slam tennis tournaments. Simply juice all ingredients and pour into a glass over ice.


2 sticks of celery
½ medium cucumber
1 small handful of spinach
1oz shot of fresh wheatgrass juice or 1 tsp of wheatgrass powder
1 slice of orange
2 ice cubes

Juice the celery, cucumber, spinach and wheatgrass. Add ice to a glass and pour in the pure green super juice. After each mouthful, take a bite of the orange.


2 apples
A small chunk of carrot
½ stick celery
1 large handful of mixed green leaves – watercress, kale, parsley, spinach or whatever other green leafy vegetables are available
1 in chunk of cucumber
½ in broccoli stem 1 small handful Alfalfa sprouts
½ in slice unpeeled raw beetroot
½ in slice courgette
1 small piece of lemon, preferably wax-free, with rind on
½ in slice ginger
2 ice cubes

Juice all the ingredients. If you have a Philips whole-fruit juicer, all you need to do is place one whole apple in the chute followed by all the other ingredients, finishing off with the other apple.
If you have a different type of juicer, feed in all the ingredients chopped into whatever size the machine will take. Pour over ice and enjoy.


2 Golden Delicious apples
1/3 of a lemon – where possible, wax free and with the rind on
2 ice cubes

Juice the apples and lemon and pour over ice – it really does taste like sherbet lemonade!


Pour hot water over chunks of fresh fennel, lemon, orange, lime or mint leaves for a cup of natural tea. Fresh teas play an important role in your Quick Weight Loss Plan because they get the digestion going in the morning and calm it at night. Don’t fully boil the water as it can deplete the vitamin content of your drink. Water should be hot, not boiling.


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    • Yes, but the juice will not taste nearly as nice as it does from a juicer.. And you will have the extra step of straining all the fibers and roughage out of the juice. You’re better off just getting a juice extractor.. Waring Pro makes a good one for around $50.00, no need to spend hundreds on a juice extractor. Some of the more expensive brands will yield more juice from your veggies, but not much more than a less expensive juicer. I’ve tried both using a blender and a juicer.. After I had the juice from the extractor, I never went back to using my blender.. The taste difference is phenomenal.

    • There is an amazing juice that speeds up metabolism all you would have to do next is work off the fat heres the recipe it sounds gross but once you try it, it is delicious!

      Orange pineapple chili:
      7 long carrots
      1/2 a pineapple
      1/2 a peeled lime
      1/2 a small chili pepper
      serve over ice immediately
      chilis help speed metabolism so add that to any of your juices and burn fat easier.
      remember! an object in motion stays in motion! Be active!

  1. Hello, I can’t wait to try your juice recipes but curious as to why you do both juicing and blending…seems like a lot of work having to use two machines.

    • Because some items can not be put into a juicer.. Things like berries, avocado, and some fruits like peaches and bananas can not be put into a juice extractor.. To add those to your juice, you would have to extract your extractable produce, add the juice to a blender and then add anything like banana, strawberries or avocado.. That is why he uses both a blender and an extractor.


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