Healthy Juice / Smoothie Recipes

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Hey everyone and welcome back for another day of learning.

Down below will be healthy juice recipes that can be used to help heal.

Monster Green Juice

 1 cup broccoli / 1 cup cucumber / 2 cup romaine lettuce / 1/2 cup cilantro / 1/2 green apple *optional / 1 lime

Instructions: Wash your produce and run through a juicer.

Mood Booster

Men who consumed high levels of folate from green leafy vegetables enjoyed a reduced risk on lung cancer. Women who consumed more leafy greens were 44 percent less likely to get breast cancer, according to an Iowa Women’s Health Study.

  1. 4 broccoli spears / 1/2 cup spinach leaves / 3 Swiss chard leaves / 1/2 bell pepper

2. 3 ribs celery / 1/2 small beet / 1 cup blueberries

Kidney Juice

Cabbage is a master healer to the gut and digestive system, and loaded with phytonutrients known to guard against cancer and cleanse your kidneys too.

1 head fennel, chopped / 1/4 green apple / 3 cups purple cabbage, chopped

Berry Dream

Beetroot and carrots are a match made in heaven for a detox or morning pick me up. Even though its not popular juicing cabbage is very beneficial.

2 beets / 2 carrots / 1 cup strawberries / 6-8 cabbage leaves

Inflammation Juice

Celery is used to purify the blood and reduce inflammation in the body which can help to clear skin.

2 ribs celery / 1 carrot / 1 cup parsley / 1 cup cucumber

Bone Juice

High content of vitamin K is essential in anchoring calcium in bones, making it important to bone health.

2-4 granny smith medium apple / 2 celery stalks / 2 kale leaves / 1 lemon peeled / 4 cups of spinach

Hormone Green Smoothie

This smoothie recipe you’re loading up on vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fiber. You will also enjoy the healthy hormone balancing fats for glowing skin and more energy.

1 kiwi / 1/2 cup kale / 1/ 2 green apple, cored / 1/2 lemon / 1 tsp honey or 1 pitted date / 1 tbsp around flax / 1/2 cup of coconut water or milk

Instructions: Blend in the blender on high until smooth and enjoy.

Apricot Smoothie

Rich in Vitamin A to protect your eyes, Vitamin C to protect you from free radical damage, potassium to encourage good heart function and fiber to nourish the intestines. These little fruits are super nourishing. You can also switch up the herb and use ginger, cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg or cloves in place of or in combination with the mint.

1 cup fresh or frozen apricots / 1 fresh or frozen banana / 5 -6 mint leaves, stems removed / 1 cup coconut or almond milk

Citrus Cold Buster Smoothie

Limes are a part of the citrus family which you most likely know means that they are a great source of the all-important vitamin C. But limes can do so much more than prevent scurvy! Limes are also great sources of calcium and folate and have been shown in studies to help prevent cancers of the colon, stomach and blood.

1 orange, peeled / 1 lemon, peeled / 1 lime, peeled / 2 dates, pitted / 2 cups green lettuce / 1 cup of water or coconut water

Instructions: Peel your citrus fruits, pit your dates and blend together until smooth. Due to the citrus, this smoothie is best enjoyed right away and can become bitter if let to sit.

Always consult with your doctor or health provider if you have any health concerns.


Juice Recipes for Seasonal Allergies

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Happy Wellness Wednesday Everyone! Juicing for allergies works best when consumed daily.Here are some juice combinations to help you get started.

Ginger Shots – Juice 1-2” of ginger with some pineapple or apple

Pineapple – Yellow Bell Pepper – Kale – Ginger – Lemon

Cucumber – Arugula – Parsley – Apple – Lemon

Cucumber – Celery – Red Leaf Lettuce – Apple – Jalapeno – Lemon

Romaine – Celery – Watercress – Cilantro – Apple – Lemon

Cucumber – Orange – Mustard Greens – Lemon

Pineapple – Kiwi – Kale – Ginger

Pineapple – Papaya – Ginger – Lemon

Question Of The Day

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Do you need pulp?

Pulp is the fibrous byproduct leftover after extracting the juice from fresh fruits and vegetables. Technically, it’s called pomace.The juicier, thicker the vegetable, the more juice you’ll yield.

Why Keep The Pulp?

Pulp contains nearly 95% of the fiber of fresh fruits and veggies, as well as up to half the nutrients. They’re the very same things that we are urged to eat more of to reduce the risk for everything from type 2 diabetes and obesity to cardiovascular disease and cancer. 

When you plan to use pulp in your cooking or baking, peel and core your produce before it goes down the chute. You don’t want apple seeds or tough pineapple peel in your homemade breakfast bars.


Pulp is rich in fiber ; Fiber helps regulate the body’s use of sugars, helping to keep hunger and blood sugar in check. We need at least 20 to 30 grams of fiber per day for good health, but most of us average about 15 grams a day.

Gut Health is Health and Wellness; Your gut wall houses 70 percent of the cells that make up your immune system. When your gut is happy the body is.

Full of nutrients and minerals; When you juice a lot of the good stuff gets booted out.

How to store leftover pulp

If you’re not going to use your pulp right away, it’ll keep well in a sealed container in the fridge for about 24 hours.

You can also freeze it in bags, though the color and texture may change slightly when you thaw it.

Ways to use pulp:

Veggie Burgers

Soup Broth

Vegan Basil Pesto

Baked Goods



Fruit Leather


Clothing Dye

Cream Cheese Spread

Dog Treats

A fun recipe to try


Kids Juice Recipes

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How to include kids while juicing?

Get them involved in the process. Bring them to the supermarket or a local store and get them excited about choosing your produce together.

Start with more fruit than veg juice. It will take their taste buds a little while to adjust to vegetable juice so introduce that slowly.

Add water to the juices if necessary.

You can strain the juice to remove any little bits that your fussy eaters don’t like.

Juicing 101:

Portion sizes for juice

4 to 6 ounces a day for children aged 6 and younger

8 to 12 ounces a day for kids aged 7 to 18

For Constipation:

1 medium size Apple

1/4 cup pomegranate arils

2 tablespoon raisins


Each pomegranate has a whooping 11 grams of dietary fiber which is about 40 percent of your total diet intake .

Apple contain pectin and are loaded with fibre and hence make bulk of stool and help relieve constipation

Raisins acts as natural laxative when soaked in water. They are fibre rich and hence help in constispation.

Take raisins in a bowl and add 1/2 cup hot water to it. Let them soak for 30 minutes.


After soaking time, the raisins will absorb water and swell.

Add the raisins with the soaked water to a blender jar along with apple pieces and pomegranate arils.

Add around 1-2 cup of boiled and cooled water to the fruits in the blender jar.

Pulse multiple times to extract the juice from the fruits.

Strain this juice through a strainer.

You may dilute the juice further with water as per the preferred consistency.

Pineapple Cream:

2 cans (20 oz. each) crushed pineapple

2 tbsp. lemon juice

2 tbsp. lime juice

1/3 cup sugar

1-1/2 cups Cool Whip

Pineapple juice (as much or as little as you want)

Not very healthy but a fun drink to make! LOL


Drain the crushed pineapple and reserve 2 tbsp. of juice. Set aside.

Place pineapple, lemon juice, lime juice, sugar and reserved juice in a blender or food processor and blend until smooth. Blend just a bit longer than you think you need to ensure it won’t be lumpy.

Pour into a gallon zipped freezer bag and store flat in the freezer for about 1-1/2 hours until it becomes a slushy consistency.

In a large bowl, gently fold the pineapple mixture into a Cool .Whip until blended. Return to the freezer for about 1 hour until completely frozen.

If you are interested in learning more about juicing and juice cleanses check out

Chronic Pain and How to help yourself heal.

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Hey, hey everyone, I hope everyone has been having a wonderful holiday this season. I know with covid, things have been different, but I hope you find a piece of joy through it. Today we will dive into chronic pain, some of the causes, medication, and more. As always, please consult with your doctor or a trusted physician before changing your diet if you have any concerns.

What is chronic pain? 

Chronic pain is an unpleasant sense of discomfort. Imagine catching a cramp, a tree falling on the cramped spot, and then an elephant steps on you a bunch of times. Chronic pain persists over time and is often resistant to medical treatments. 

Chronic pain: 

It may be related to a number of different medical conditions, including (but not limited to) diabetes, arthritis, migraine, fibromyalgia, IBS, endometriosis, cancer, shingles, adenomyosis, sciatica, and previous trauma or injury. Chronic pain may worsen in response to environmental and psychological factors.

Over the counter medicine Given:

  • Ibuprofen
  • Asprin
  • Sedatives
  • Opioids
  • Antidepressants
  • Antimigraine medicine
  • Acetaminophen-pain relievers/fever reducers

Natural Remedies:

  • Soak in warm water 20-40 minutes (herb soaks, water therapy, whirlpool tub)
  • Dry heat therapy-heat packs or wraps) Plenty at Walmart 
  • Essential Oils-Peppermint, Lavender, Rosemary (Make sure to dilute oil or make a salve)
  • Massage Therapy: A high-quality therapeutic massage spurs blood flow, reduces muscle tension, and boosts wellness feelings. 
  • Meditate and Relax-If, you feel your pain, notice the pain, and return to your sound. Start with a few minutes, and gradually lengthen to 30 minutes if you find meditation enjoyable. Youtube has much good meditation-video; my favorite channel is
  • Swap more anti-inflammatory foods into your diet-Anti-inflammatory foods—such as fruits, vegetables, unsaturated fats, whole grains, beans, nuts, and fish high in omega-3 fatty acids—may play a role in reducing pain for some people. 
  • Acupuncture- A Chinese practice where fine needles are used
  •  Herbs to use- Devil’s claw and white willow bark, for example, can decrease the joint pain and inflammation associated with rheumatoid arthritis. And primrose and ginger may help ease chronic muscle pain associated with fibromyalgia. Other herbs to use are turmeric, feverfew, eucalyptus, cloves, and green tea. 

My Top Two Herbs:

  1. Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) seeds are stocked with 16 analgesic and 27 antispasmodic chemicals. It makes a pleasant licorice-flavored tea and is especially good for menstrual cramps. But avoid the herb while pregnant or nursing because of its estrogenic effects.
  2. Gingerroot (Zingiber officinale) has analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties that can alleviate digestive cramps and mild pain from fibromyalgia. You can take 1 to 4 grams of powdered ginger daily, divided into two to four doses. You are making tea from 1 teaspoon chopped fresh root simmered in a cup of water for about 10 minutes.

Fruits that may help with pain and inflammation:

  • Pineapple
  • Carrots
  • Apples
  • Cucumber
  • Grapes
  • Lemons
  • Oranges
  • Kale
  • Spinach
  • Blueberries
  • Watermelon
  • Limes

Juice Recipies-Soak your produce 1-2 cups vinegar / 10-15 min

Green juice:

Make for 30 days every morning: 

  • ginger (peeled) – thumb-sized knob
  • coconut water-1/2 to 1 cup
  • celery – 2 full ribs (4 halves)
  • lemon (peeled) – drink garnish size piece
  • spinach – 1 cup 
  • pineapple chunks (fresh or frozen) – 1 cup (
  • ice – 4 cubes

Pineapple Suprise:

  • ginger-1 to 2 inches 
  • celery-1 bunch
  • turmeric-1/2 inch
  • cucumber-1 
  • carrots-3 
  • pineapple-2 cups fresh chopped or frozen
  • pinch of black pepper 

Watermelon Slush:

  • watermelon-2 cups frozen
  • watermelon-1 cup fresh
  • lemonade-1 1/2 cup 
  • ice-4 cubes
  • turmeric-1/2 tsp

Golden Tea:

If you have any more questions, please let me know!

30 days of Juices and Smoothies: Fat burner & Strawberries and Cream

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Hey everyone, welcome back for Day 7 & 8 of our juice/smoothie fest!!!

Today we are going to be making Fat burner ( smoothie) and Strawberry and cream. Both super yummy and great for weight loss. Bonus points because one is keto-friendly. 

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Also, don’t forget to check our first two days for tips on juicing.

 Please remember that I am not a doctor, just a humble juicer trying to heal the world before trying any recipes; if you have any concerns consult with your doctor first. 

Day 7 ( September 30, 2020) Fat Burner)


  •  2 Handfuls of spinach 
  • 1 ripe banana
  • 1 cup of almond milk
  • 1 teaspoon of chia seeds
  • 1 cup of frozen pineapple 

Day 8 ( October 1, 2020) Strawberries and Cream ) – Happy, full moon!!!



  • 1 scoop of vanilla protein 
  • 1/2 cup heavy cream
  • 1/4 cup of strawberries 
  • 2 packs of stevia 
  • ice cubes 
  • 1/4 cup water