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Colorful Coconut Juice

This super summer juice is light, tasty and packed with electrolytes. The coconut water added to the juice is not only a great way to mask the taste of coconut water for anyone who does not usually enjoy it, but it’s also a great way to add extra electrolyte-rich volume to any juice.

Sweet Blueberry Blast

July is National Blueberry Month, so to celebrate I incorporated blueberries into my juice recipe this week. Blueberries are loaded with cancer-fighting antioxidants, digestive and vision-healthy vitamins A and C, and are a good source of fiber (5 grams per 1 cup) while being relatively low in calories so drink up and enjoy!

Summer Greens & Peach Juice

Fresh greens are in season right now, and they’re a great addition to any juice or smoothie. This juice has a nice mixture of both mild and bitter greens like arugula and frisee, but is nicely balanced by the sweetness in the peaches and carrots.

Tangelo Splash

Ever heard of a tangelo? They are a cross between a tangerine and grapefruit giving them a lovely mix of sweet and sour. Also known as honeybells, they are high in vitamin C, flavonoids, potassium and folate. High flavonoid and vitamin C intake may reduce the risk of asthma, cancer, cardiovascular disease and neurological disorders caused by aging. Enjoy!

Love Joe’s Mean Green? Then You Have to Try this Juice

If you love Joe’s Mean Green, then you’ll love this juice too! This Mean Chard Juice is just as easy, nutritious and enjoyable. I use the chard (silverbeet) in place of the celery and kale to switch up my nutrient intake. Enjoy!

Low Sugar Green Juice

Looking for a refreshing juice that’s low in carbohydrates but rich in nutrients? If you have diabetes, high blood sugar, pre-diabetes, or are simply looking to cut down even on natural sweets this juice is for you.

The Facts on Fiber & Juice

What about fiber? I’m sure you’ve had this question about juicing and we continue to hear it constantly, so I’m going to share the facts on fiber and your juice.

10 Ways to Add More Flavor & Nutrients to Your Juice

There comes a point in every juicing fanatic’s life when apples, oranges and carrots are just not enough. It’s at this point that juicers begin branching out to other fruits, vegetables and even herbs to add more depth to their juices’ flavors. Fortunately, the world is filled with tastes to tempt the palate and keep the body aligned. If you’re in search of new juicing opportunities, look no further than the following items to add zing and charisma to your diet.

Kick it Up a Notch Juice Recipe

I can’t walk past the super vibrant organic broccoli in the organic market without purchasing some (not that I ever do; it’s a staple in my kitchen!) This week, I decided to add it to my juice recipe. It’s similar to the Oh Sweet Broccoli Juice but the addition of lemon and celery in this one really kick it up a notch. Enjoy!

A Disco Ball Juice that Makes Your Taste Buds Dance

Organic kale is cheap and bountiful at the moment, and I love to juice purple carrots when available due to the high content of the antioxidants (particularly the anthocyanins available), so I decided to add these two superfoods together in this Disco Ball Juice. Get the full recipe and let your taste buds dance to this delicious nutrient-dense cocktail!

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Juicing Blog

Colorful Coconut Juice

Colorful Coconut Juice

Posted on07/15/14

Written by Isabel Smith, MS, RD

This super summer juice is light, tasty and packed with electrolytes. The coconut water added to the juice is not only a great way to mask the taste of coconut water for anyone who does not usually enjoy it, but it’s also a great way to add extra electrolyte-rich volume to any juice.

Sweet Blueberry Blast

Sweet Blueberry Blast

Posted on07/08/14

Written by Isabel Smith, MS, RD

July is National Blueberry Month, so to celebrate I incorporated blueberries into my juice recipe this week. Blueberries are loaded with cancer-fighting antioxidants, digestive and vision-healthy vitamins A and C, and are a good source of fiber (5 grams per 1 cup) while being relatively low in calories so drink up and enjoy!