Top Rated Juicing Recipes

Hidden in this green juice recipe (because you can never have too many of those) is one of fall's best ingredients: a Granny Smith apple. It's just one of the energizing ingredients found in this juice, made by Marra St.Clair and Lori Kenyon-Farley, certified nutritional consultants and co-founders of USDA-certified organic Ritual Wellness Cleanse. St. Clair and Kenyon-Farley say to drink this green juice first thing in the morning, "as the lemon gets your metabolism started and the leafy greens provide essential vitamins and minerals to energize you for the day."
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Green Juice Recipe
Green juice will not only effectively keep your body clean and detoxified, but all the vitamins and minerals from calcium to magnesium to the B vitamins are known to tame a headache and get rid of it. Click here to see 11 Drinks That Will Cure Your Headache.
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Coriander is renowned for its anti-chelating properties. Heavy metals, like lead and mercury, bind to this powerful little herb and then the body is able to flush them out of your system. Super-hydrating watermelon is rich in vitamins A and C as well as lycopene. It has an alkalizing effect on the body, which is good for detoxing, and helps to flush the colon, kidneys, and liver. Dr. Ariel Policano writes that watermelon aids the liver in processing ammonia and converting it into urea so that it can be safely excreted from the body. The watermelon rind is an excellent source of chlorophyll, vitamin B6, and citrulline. Evidence in the Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture (03/2011) suggests that the citrulline in watermelon rinds gives it an antioxidant effect, which reduces free-radical damage. Cucumber also contains citrulline and is an excellent food for hydration. While all that is good and healthy, I just love how light and refreshing this juice is — slightly herbal and slightly sweet.
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Pears are one of fall's most forgotten-about fruits, but we can't imagine why when there's a juice recipe with pears this good. Made by Marra St.Clair and Lori Kenyon-Farley, certified nutritional consultants and co-founders of USDA-certified organic Ritual Wellness Cleanse, this combination of ingredients is especially good to boost your immunity as the colds and coughs come rolling in. 
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Everyone loves a good beet juice, and this Beet Zinger has all of fall's best seasonal ingredients: beets, celery, and kale. 
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Need another beet juice recipe? This one, from Friedman's Lunch in New York City, uses beets, carrots, ginger, and Granny Smith apples. 
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If you can make orange and apple juice, why not make blueberry juice, too? This recipe for juice is good enough to drink on its own, and also makes a great addition to anything you're trying to make a bit healthier whether it's ice pops, pancakes, or even chocolate chip cookies. 
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Guanabána Juice
You've never had juice that tasted this good. Click here to see The Amazing G-Fruit and Ways to Use It.
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Blueberry Pancake Juice
On Sunday I created a juice that satisfied my craving for blueberry pancakes. I know you know how I am feeling here at the end of my juice cleanse. Who says you can’t have a tasty breakfast if your juicing?
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This recipe is rich in nitrates, which help muscles use oxygen more efficiently, and is a favorite among professional athletes.
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Fresh Orange Juice
Oranges are excellent for vision health as they contain high amounts of vitamin C, which keeps blood vessels in the eye strong and stable while decreasing the risk of cataract formation. Oranges also contain folate, which is important during fetal vision development, so pregnant women should drink good ol' OJ in the morning. See 9 Drinks That Will Improve Your Eye Sight.
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Tomato Juice
Tomatoes get their red hue from lycopene, which is a key carotenoid that can ward off vision-related diseases and complications such as night blindness. See 9 Drinks That Will Improve Your Eye Sight.
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