This smoothie is all about super nutrient-rich greens with two superfood additions: hemp seeds and spirulina (a powder made of sea vegetables). This smoothie is chock full of electrolytes, high in protein, healthy fats and antioxidants. Hemp hearts are high in protein (1 oz/25 g = 8 g protein) and healthy omega-3 fatty acids, and […]
This juice is a variation of one of my favorites–apple, carrot and ginger–but instead of keeping it the same, I decided to shake it up! This juice includes seasonal and oh-so-delicious watermelon for a little sweet flavor instead of an apple. Watermelon is a rich source of nutrients like anti-cancer lycopene and magnesium. Magnesium is […]
Celebrate summer with this cooling soup. Chilled soups are a refreshing, light and satisfying meal or side to your favorite summer dish. And this Watermelon Gazpacho is also 100% Reboot friendly, meaning you can use it as a meal if you’re currently doing a juice-plus-eating 10-day or 15-day Reboot plan. Watermelon isn’t just refreshing. It’s […]
This juice is light, refreshing and hydrating, which makes it a perfect pick for hot summer days. The cucumber and summer squash are high-yield vegetables (meaning you get a lot of juice out of them) Both contain a lot of water, and you get electrolytes including potassium. This juice is also low in sugar, so […]
This mighty juice has a zesty yet refreshing flavor and is packed with easy-to-find ingredients that you may already have on hand. I used this juice as a post-run nutrient-packed recovery juice this weekend. Although it’s getting chillier up here in the northeast, a good workout will still give you a good sweat and that means lost electrolytes, but this juice replenishes you!
Water has always been essential to our bodies’ health and hydration; but we’re now seeing so many different kinds of waters on the market, many of which claim to be essential to our overall wellness. And now coconut water might be getting a little competition with the latest water that’s hitting the market.
Juices made from fresh fruits and vegetables make for a great way to replenish electrolytes after a sweaty workout as they are naturally rich in potassium and some sodium. This juice is made primarily from potassium-rich red and orange produce, tomatoes, carrots and clementines along with celery that naturally contains sodium. Enjoy this juice pre- or post-workout to enhance your sweat session!