1. Rise and Shine Juice
This recipe, courtesy of Giada De Laurentiis is ideal for consumption first thing in the morning.
With ingredients including spinach, apples, carrots, celery, lemon and ginger, you’ll not only be starting your day with foods that detoxify your system, you’ll also be loading up on key nutrients and vitamins critical to healthy bodily function. These include Vitamins A, C and K, Folate, Potassium and a healthy dose of dietary fiber to keep your digestive tract running with optimal efficiency throughout the day.
2. Whole Foods Elixir
The ingredients include swiss chard, apples, carrots and pineapples. With just a few simple ingredients, you’ll start your day with a healthy dose of dietary fiber, healthy carbs, and Vitamin C.
Crystal also goes on to say that in addition to this recipe being great for a morning boost of energy, it also works well as a pre-workout juice.
3. The Revitalizer
The ReVITAlizer green juice recipe from Health Ambition is great in the morning, but can also be used at any time throughout the day when you’re in need of an energy boost.
Packed with kale, apples, cucumbers and tomatoes, this juice recipe will fill you up with loads of antioxidants, lycopene and Vitamins A, C and K. And, thanks to the water-rich cucumbers, it’s also extremely hydrating.
The texture is described as frothy and the taste is considered to be slightly sweet, depending on your palette.
4. Energy JuiceWe found an article from All About Juicing that focused on juicing for energy and picked out our favorite recipe.
This energy juice contains just 3 ingredients: celery, carrots and wheatgrass.
Wheatgrass is loaded with a number of nutrients and vitamins including Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Vitamin A, Vitamin K, Vitamin E, Thiamin, Iron, Zinc, Copper, Manganese and more. Add in the celery and carrots and you’ll get more Vitamin K, Folate, Vitamin A and some dietary fiber.
5. Juice Recipe for EnergyThis juice recipe from Linda Wagner contains tons of healthy ingredients that will ensure your day gets off to a great start!
The recipe contains the following: beets, carrots, lettuce, strawberries, apples, ginger, parsley, cucumber, grapefruit, lemon, tangerines and mint. Can you say healthy?
Linda notes that with this many ingredients and the amounts she recommends in the recipe, you’ll produce about 64 oz. of juice. If you want to store some for the week, great! If not, make sure you cut the recipe by 1/4 to get 1 large serving of juice.
6. Sweet Potato Juice
This Sweet Potato Juice recipe is from The Juicing Collection – a virtual library of juicing recipes and all sorts of other helpful information on juicing.
Sweet potatoes are certainly not the first type of food that comes to mind when I think of juicing! But, they’re delicious and healthy nonetheless.
Sweet potatoes are loaded with complex carbohydrates for long lasting, slow-releasing energy. As a nice little bonus, their creamy texture and sweet taste will make you feel like you’re drinking a milkshake – and who doesn’t love milkshakes?
The addition of carrots and lime juice will ensure you’re getting some extra vitamins and nutrients necessary for a morning boost, including Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, Vitamin A, Calcium, Folate, Niacin and more.
7. Pick Me Up Juice
The Pick Me Up juice is another recipe from The Juicing Collection. Featuring just 3 ingredients, this simple juice is easy to make, healthy and super delicious.
Pick Me Up juice consists of oranges, carrots and apples. That means you’ll be loading up on Vitamins A, C and K, Potassium, Folate and dietary fiber. These key nutrients and vitamins will help start your day by flushing out toxins and giving your immune system a nice boost.