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Spring Break Party Juice

Since spring is supposed to be here but it’s still freezing and miserable outside (at least it is here in NYC!), we have to find other ways to pretend this season is being good to us. This is where spring-like, refreshing juice recipes come in handy. Last week was especially cold, so Jamin, our head of production at Team Reboot, surprised our palates by making a cocktail that brought us right to Cancun. Enjoy this recipe full of liquid sunshine!

Ciao Bella Juice

Last Friday afternoon while we were throwing a goodbye party for one of our Reboot Team members, we made this Ciao Bella juice. The taste is so satisfying, so sweet, and super rich in beta carotene from the abundance of orange fruits and vegetables. We were all glowing after we drank it! Enjoy the recipe.

Dark & Stormy Juice

I was loving the look of the red kale in the markets so I had to grab a bunch to juice and cook with this week. Kale and other cabbage family vegetables contain a naturally occurring compound called sulforaphane which has potent anti-cancer properties and it also aids in liver detoxification pathways. Kale is an excellent source of minerals, vitamin A, K and anti-oxidants. Enjoy!

Cantaloupe Carrot Cocktail

I have always hated celery. I don’t like it cooked in stuffing, chopped up raw in salads, covered in peanut butter, and surely not in my juices! However, I received a bundle of it in my weekly CSA and decided to try it with cantaloupe and carrots and I really enjoyed this juice…celery and all!

Lucky Leprechaun Juice

This juice is made with a wonderful variety of fresh and colorful vegetables, which makes it a great source of many different plant-based nutrients. Different colored fruits and vegetables provide different and essential vitamins, minerals, and other phytonutrients. For example in this juice, the orange carrots and red tomatoes are a great source of beta carotene, the broccoli provides a source of vitamin C, iron, vitamin K and some b-vitamins to name a few. Not only is this juice packed with lots of nutrients, but it has a tasty, tangy and fresh flavor.

Watercress Wonder Juice

Watercress is a wonderful dark green leafy that contains many health promoting benefits. It’s high in vitamin K which is important for blood clotting and bone strength and formation. It is also very high in vitamin C, vitamin A and Calcium. Get the recipe and drink up!

Love Your Broccoli Juice

Consuming cruciferous vegetables on a regular basis has been linked to helping support natural liver detoxification and reducing the risk of developing certain cancers.  But many people may not love the taste of some of these gems (think broccoli, cauliflower, radish, cabbage, brussels sprouts, kale) or may think that drinking foods like cabbage or broccoli in juice is just plain weird.  Here’s a way you can hide broccoli while still reaping its many benefits.  This juice is perfect for novice juicers, kids or cruciferous nay-sayers. 

A Divine Dreamsicle Juice

One of the many benefits of working at Reboot, is when someone’s birthday rolls around, we celebrate with vegan desserts and a fresh new juice recipe! Well yesterday was my birthday and my team made me my new favorite juice recipe. This juice was perfectly sweet, the color of a frozen sherbet with a taste similar to a creamsicle which made it a super special birthday treat! Get the recipe.

Energize Your Workout with this Heartbreak Hill Juice

This juice is the perfect way to energize before your long (or even short) run. Beets are shown to help your body better use oxygen, meaning that it takes less effort to keep the same pace. Natural compounds in beets like nitrate are also demonstrating they can help lower blood pressure. Peak levels of beet’s performance boosting nutrients happen around 2-3 hours after drinking. So, wake up with this refreshing juice then tie your shoes to hit the road and train.

Piping Hot Palate-Pleasing Pepper Juice

My all time favourite juice will always be a spicy, savoury juice particularly if I want it as a meal replacement at lunch or dinner. So, I was happy to come up with a brand new one — a great Mexican flavoured juice filled with delicious veggies you’d find in any Mexican cuisine.

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Recipes

Simple Chickpea Dinner

A 5-Ingredient Dish to Make Dinner Simple

Posted on04/15/14

Written by Isabel Smith - Reboot Nutrition Advisor

Serve this super simple tasty dish as an addition to a healthy meal, or even as a meal by itself. The chickpeas are a good source of plant-based protein as well as a source of iron, folate, potassium, and fiber. When paired with the garlic, tomatoes and spinach, the garbanzo beans are tasty and flavorful.

Vegan Alfredo Zucchini Pasta

Vegan, Noodle-Free Alfredo Zucchini Pasta

Posted on04/14/14

Written by Claire Georgiou, Reboot Naturopath, B.HSc ND

This is a vegan take on an alfredo pasta! It still has the rich creamy cheesy texture of a typical alfredo with the nice delicate taste but half the calories and rich in plant-based nutrients. This thick creamy sauce can be added to any pasta of your choice although I made this with zucchini pasta to further increase your vegetable intake while making it a light meal. Enjoy this tonight for your Meatless Monday meal, or any night of the week.