Juicing is a fantastic way to consume a significant amount of nutrients from fruits and vegetables. Studies have shown that over time regular juicing once a day can improve folate and antioxidant levels, including beta carotene, vitamin C, and vitamin E. The stigma once surrounding juicing and juicers has faded, and many of the myths
debunked. Let’s explore juice recipes you must try to make this fall.
Grape Apple Cranberry Juice
For this recipe, you’ll need to gather:
- Four cups of concord grapes
- One apple, cored and sliced
- One cup of cranberries
- Half a lime
- One-quarter teaspoon of cinnamon
Add all the ingredients besides the cinnamon into the juicer and process all. Once all the juice is extracted whisk the cinnamon into the juice. At this point, you can drink it immediately or store it in an airtight container in the refrigerator.
Tip: In order to obtain the maximum nutritional benefits from juice it is best to consume it within a few hours if storing it for later.
This apple, pear, and kale juice recipe has a lot of great green vegetables that provide a nice nutritious blend.
- Three celery stalks
- Two cups of cucumber, diced
- Five kale stalks
- One apple, sliced and cored
- One inch ginger chunk
- One pear, sliced and cored
- One lemon, peeled, halved, and quartered
- Pinch of cayenne
- Pinch of salt
Juice the cucumber, celery, apple, kale, ginger, pear, and lemon. After juicing the fresh fruits and vegetables, whisk in the cayenne and salt. Now you’re ready for a nutritious green juice that’s good enough for a goddess.
Carrot Orange Ginger & Turmeric Juice
This carrot, orange, and turmeric juice is one of my very favorites. It’s tasty, and it also packs a solid punch of great nutrients to your immune system.
- Four carrots, cut in half lengthwise and quartered
- One grapefruit, peeled
- Three large oranges, peeled
- Two pieces of fresh turmeric, one inch each
- Half a lemon, peeled and quartered
- Half-inch chunk of fresh ginger
- Pinch of salt
Juice together all the ingredients besides the salt. Then add the salt to the juice. Keep it in an airtight container in the fridge if not drinking it immediately.
Beet Strawberry Juice
This beetroot and strawberry juice is pretty to look at and delicious to drink.
- Three cups of strawberries with stems removed and cut in half
- Two carrots
- Two cups of beets, peeled and diced
- One lime cut in half
- Half cup of cranberries
- One inch piece of ginger
Juice together all the ingredients and sit back and enjoy the nutritional benefits of juicing.
Cranberry Apple Juice
There are no shortages of apples in the fall. You’ll begin to see a plethora of different apple varieties begin to pop up at your local food market. So, have some fun and go bobbing for a variety of different apples the next time you’re at the supermarket or your local farmer’s market. After bobbing for apples simply buy some cranberries. Then make a beeline home to your juicer and create a nutritious autumn-inspired apple juice.
- Six apples, sliced and cored
- Two cups of fresh cranberries
- Half a lemon, quartered and peeled
This juice only has a few ingredients but don’t let that fool you. It is still packed with a solid nutritious punch.
Juicing Lecture in Vienna Austria
Several years ago I was invited to the 5th World Anesthesia Convention in Vienna, Austria. I was one of the guest speakers that were part of their humanities lectures for this four-day conference. My talk was about juicing, proper nutrition, and how this all relates to doctors that work under high stress in operating rooms around the world. If the doctors are interested in learning more about juicing so should you. Give one of the above recipes a try and begin you’re daily juicing regimen today.