Many of us are committed to eating healthier, but sometimes it can be difficult to know where to begin. Juicing is one nutrition trend that I love. Juicing can be easy for beginners, so don’t worry! Keep reading to find my top tips and juicing recipe suggestions.

In the last ten years, juicing has been very popular. Many places now offer juice, including cafes and bars in your local area.    

1. Why Juicing is Good for Your Health        

As a certified personal trainer, I often ask about the best fasts and cleans to lose weight. However, my approach to nutrition is straightforward: I eat only from plants, trees, and animals at all meals. For me, fruits and vegetables are non-negotiable. As much as possible, I avoid processed and pre-prepared foods. Because I believe your body will take care if you eat right, I avoid quick-fix detoxes, and radical cleanses offered by companies looking to make a quick buck.

I do not recommend juicing or advocate fasts or juice cleanses that eliminate whole food. Drinking fresh juice with healthy small meals is a great way to get your daily recommended intake of fruits and veggies. Juicing is a quick way to boost your energy and provide nutrients for your body. It tastes delicious!        

Juicing is delicious. You may even find yourself obsessed with it! This quick guide is for beginners to juicing. It includes my top juicing tips and recipes.        

2. How many cups of juice should you consume per day?

These easy juicing tips might tempt you to start juicing more often. Juicing can be a wonderful daily habit, but doing too much is unnecessary. Juicing should not be used in place of eating a meal. Although healthy, Juice does not contain all the nutrition you need to make a complete meal. Juicing guidelines recommend drinking 8 to 16 ounces of juice daily. Listen to your body and hunger cues to determine your best choice.

3. Is Juicing For Weight Loss A Good Idea?

Juicing is not a weight loss strategy. Adding a glass of freshly squeezed juice to your daily routine is a great way to boost your body’s nutritional intake. A glass of juice per day is not about losing weight. It’s about nutritional supplementation.

Juice cleansing is where juice is only consumed for a few days. This can be dangerous. Juice cleanses typically limit you to 600-1000 calories per day, which is considered very restrictive. You could also be missing certain nutrients depending on how much you juice cleanse.

The documentary Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead is a must-see. It’s eye-opening and very interesting. Juicing is a good option for a healthy diet. A doctor guided juicing Joe throughout the film. I strongly believe in juicing, but it’s not an easy way to lose weight.

This guide to juicing beginners is only a starting point. We recommend that you have fun! Fresh juice, more energy and better health:                

4. Beginner Juicing Tips

  • Read Your Manual
  • I don’t like reading directions and prefer to figure out appliances myself. I can assure you that the manual should be read. My juicer has a high and low setting so I can adjust the juice for different vegetables. The manual also lists which veggies should be juiced and at what speed to get them juiced for best results. You should also ensure that all pieces fit properly if you have a large daddy juicer, like mine.
  • Balance fruit with vegetables
  • Juicing should be done according to the 80/20 rule. Think 80% vegetables and 20% fruits for most juices to keep your sugar content low. Also, remove any inedible skins (such as citrus peels and mango skin), large seeds or pits, and wash all your produce thoroughly.
  • Drink Straight Away
  • Juicing is about enjoying fresh juice immediately. Juice will lose nutrients as it ages, so drink your juice immediately. You can make more juice or keep it for later use. To store it, fill it up with water and seal it. It is important to keep it refrigerated immediately. Fresh juice can be kept for up to 24 hours. I prefer to consume mine within 12 hours. My juice is usually consumed for breakfast, or as an after-dinner snack. Juice on an empty stomach is the best because nutrients are absorbed immediately and don’t need to be mixed with other food you try to digest.
  • Have fun!
  • I’ve tried many juice recipes, then created my own variations based on my taste. Get your family and friends involved in trying new fruits and veggies. Do not be afraid to try new recipes. You never know! Perhaps beets and broccoli will become the next big thing.

5. Juicing Recipes For Beginners

Let’s get started. These nine delicious juicer recipes will help you get better health.

Tips and beginner recipes for juicing. The best juicers to suit every budget. 

– The Energizer Juice

This is the perfect combination of sweet and tart. This refreshing juice drink is full of vitamin C and fresh lemons. They help to balance the pH in your body.

The Energizer Ingredients

  • 3 Carrots
  • 1 Green Apple
  • 1 Pear
  • 1/2 Lemon
  • 1 Inch Ginger, Peeled

– Beet Blaster Juice        

Even if beets are not your favorite, this juice is worth a try. This juice recipe is sweetened with carrots and apples, which balance the earthy flavor of beets. Beets are a superfood. They help detoxify the skin, kidneys, and provide essential folic acid. In addition, they are rich in betacyanin which has been shown to increase endurance and prevent cancer.

Tip – Wash your beets and cut them into small pieces to fit in the juicer.

Beet Blaster Ingredients

  • 2 medium-sized beets with tops
  • 3 Carrots
  • 1 Apple

– Green Machine Juice        

Kale is so refreshing and delicious, you won’t believe it! This juice drink is a treat thanks to the sweetness of the Pineapple. This green machine is full of vitamin B and iron, which energizes and prepares you for anything in the world.

Green Machine Ingredients

  • 1/2 Bunch Kale
  • 1 Cucumber
  • 1 1/4 cups Pineapple

– Healthy Mary Juice   

This is the Bloody Mary’s healthier sister! Real tomato juice is something you haven’t tried until now. Tomatoes contain a lot of beta-carotene as well as lycopene. These substances are known to lower the risk of stroke and heart disease.

The Health Mary Ingredients

  • 2 Large Tomatoes
  • 4 Stalks Celery
  • 1 Jalapeno seeded
  • 1/4 lemon, peel removed
  • 1/2 Cup Cilantro
  • 1/2 Cucumber

– Citrus Zinger Juice

Beautiful! Good morning! The bright taste of freshly squeezed citrus is what I love in the morning. This juice is full of vitamins and minerals that get my blood pumping. The smell and taste also wakes me up. To make it a refreshing spritzer for hot days, I add some club soda to the mix in the summer. Yum!

Citrus Zinger Ingredients

  • 3 Oranges, peeled
  • 1/2 Ruby Red Grapefruit, peeled
  • 1 Apple

– Popeye Special Juice 

This juice is for you if you struggle to eat your spinach! To sweeten it up, I added strawberries and kiwi. The combination tastes amazing! The juice contains iron, vitamins and micronutrients that make you as strong as Popeye.      

The Popeye Extra Ingredients

  • 5 Cups of Spinach
  • 1 Cup Strawberries
  • 2 Kiwis, peeled

– Garden Party Juice      

This juice is packed with veggies! Juicing has the advantage that you can use only carrots and apples. Other super-healthy but strong flavors like parsley or green pepper are less prominent.

Garden Party Ingredients

  • 5 cups spinach
  • 1 Green Apple
  • 1/4 Cup Parsley
  • 1 Green Pepper
  • 3 Carrots

– Snake Bite Juice        

This was one of my first juice recipes and is still a favorite with my children. Although the Snake Bite is sweetened, fresh ginger gives it a healthy kick! Fresh ginger is good for the immune system, and it’s also known to increase digestion and circulation. This non-traditional green juice recipe will give you a little kick.

Snake Bite Ingredients

  • 3 Carrots
  • 1 Inch Ginger, Peeled
  • 1 Green Apple

– The Grass is Greener Juice

How to increase your immunity is one of the most important health topics. Juicing isn’t just about weight loss; it’s also a great way to consume more immune-boosting, fresh ingredients regularly. Wheatgrass is rich in vitamins and nutrients that boost immunity and increase energy. This juice recipe combines wheatgrass with vitamin C-rich lime, making it the ideal flu-fighting formula. This drink is great for clearing congestion and fighting off the symptoms of colds.     

The Greener Ingredients of the Grass

  • 2 Handfuls of Snipped Wheat Grass
  • 2 Carrots
  • 1/4 Lime, Peel removed
  • Three Stems of Fresh Mint
  • 2 Green Apples

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