7 Homemade Juice Recipes: Get Energy and Control Your Weight!

Fruits and vegetables are an amazing source of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients that can help you reach optimal immune healthiness.

However, there are people who find it difficult to consume the recommended servings of fruits and vegetables per day. In order to consume more fruits and vegetables, you can make homemade fresh juices that are full of nutrients, and incredibly beneficial.

Juicing is key to energy and well-being. Even if it’s just as simple as lemon juice, juices are a perfect addition to any diet regimen, and Your Health Tubers strongly encourage you to prepare them.

7 Homemade juice Recipes Get Energy Lose Weight

Benefits of Homemade Juice

Homemade juice gives you the most nutrients without added any preservatives or artificial flavorings.

You can get various health benefits from implementing a great juicing plan. Not just that juicing can help you get rid of the extra weight, but it can also energize you, and protect you from common cold and flu. 

The fresher the juice – the higher the quality!

So, the standard of excellence is always freshly prepared, unprocessed homemade juice. Here are the greatest health benefits that you can get:

  • Detoxification (helps in detoxifying the body, and also enables you to get the right amounts of fiber and vegetables)
  • Weight loss (helps in curbing excess weight, it has no fat at all and very few calories)
  • Extra energy (7-8 servings of fruits or vegetables, or fruit juice on a regular base, can provide you a lot of energy)
  • Optimal digestion (consistent juicing will keep the digestive enzymes at an optimum level, and therefore, will keep many diseases at bay).
  • Reduce the risk of getting cancer
  • Boost the immune system

Quick Juice Recipes to Start Your Day

Here are quick and tasty recipes, packed with various fruits and vegetables, to give you extra energy, help you lose weight, and aid your body to fight off the cold and flu.

All you need to do is add the ingredients through a juicer, and enjoy!

  1. Carrot Apple Ginger Juice

Carrots are the richest vegetable source of vitamin A, and a great source of beta-carotene.

Apples are full of antioxidants that help keep “good” cholesterol levels in the blood.

Ginger root reduces pain and inflammation, nausea, and provides indigestion relief.

Ingredients:

  • 4 large carrots
  • 2 medium apple
  • ¼ inch fresh ginger

Nutrition per serving:

  • 297 calories
  • 6 g fiber
  • 9 g protein
  • 3 g fat
  1. Orange – Grapefruit Juice

 Orange juice

One orange offers over 59 different flavonoids, and more than 167 different! With this kind of numbers, oranges are loaded with anti-tumor, anti-inflammatory, and blood clot preventing properties.

The health benefits of grapefruits are widespread and almost unmatched by any other fruit. A glass of chilled orange, lime and grapefruit mix, especially in winter, will boost your levels of vitamin C, and improve your immune system.

Ingredients:

  • 2 oranges (peeled and cut into pieces)
  • 1 grapefruit (peeled)
  • ½ lime (peeled)

Nutrition per serving:

  • 237 Calories
  • 4 g carbohydrates
  • 2 g fiber
  • 7 g protein
  • 7 g fat
  1. Rich Tomato Juice

tomato juice

Tomato is a great source of vitamin A and vitamin C. These two vitamins play a vital part in our immune health. Here is a rich tomato juice with an amazing combination of ingredients and an immense amount of health benefits.

Ingredients:

  • 3 pounds of organic tomatoes (chopped)
  • 1 ¼ cups celery with leaves (chopped)
  • 1/3 onion (chopped)
  • 1 teaspoon of salt
  • Pinch of black pepper
  • 6-7 drops of Tabasco sauce (for taste)
  • 1 tablespoon of sugar (for taste)

Nutrition per serving:

  • 187 calories
  • 4 carbohydrates
  • 3 g fiber
  • 6 g protein
  • 2 g fat 
  1. Fruit Pleasure Juice

Fruit Pleasure Juice

Strawberries are an excellent source of manganese and vitamin C. They are also a very good source of magnesium, omega 3 fatty acids, dietary fiber, vitamin B6, folate, iodine, and potassium.

Mango and peaches are also powerful antioxidants, and great sources of vitamin K and vitamin B6.

This is a real pleasure to your body and soul! You can also add wheat germ to get a benefit of vitamin E.

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup of fresh strawberries
  • 1 mango (peeled)
  • 1 medium peach
  • ¼ lemon (peeled)
  • 4 tablespoons of wheat germ (optional)

Note: Remember to remove the pit from the peach.

Nutrition per serving:

  • 228 calories
  • 3 carbohydrates
  • 7 g fiber
  • 2 g protein
  • 3 g fat
  1. Celery Root Juice

celery root juice

Celery contains vitamin A, vitamin C, and folate, but the greatest power of this drink is in the leaves. They are a brilliant source of vitamins E and vitamin A.

Beet leaves also contain a significant amount of vitamins C and A.

This drink has a great immune boosting properties!

Ingredients:

  • 3-5 celery ribs (with leaves)
  • ½ beet leaves
  • 3 medium carrots

Nutrition per serving:

  • 3 g carbohydrates
  • 85 kcals
  • 3 g fiber
  • 3 g protein
  • 4 g fat
  1. Pumpkin Juice

Pumpkin Juice

Pumpkin is a good source of vitamin A.

Pumpkin seeds are full of great immune boosting vitamins, like vitamin B6, vitamin E, and zinc.

The inclusion of pumpkin seeds makes this juice even better! This drink can be a great autumn drink that can protect you from the seasonal cold and flu.

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups pumpkin (with seeds)
  • 3 carrots
  • 1 medium apple
  • nutmeg (for taste)
  • cinnamon (for taste)

Nutrition per serving:

  • 204 calories
  • 9 g carbohydrates
  • 9 g fiber
  • 1 g protein
  • 8 g fat 

  1. Green Vege Juice

Green Vege juice

An incredible combination of green leafy vegetable!

Spinach, kale, and parsley contain a great amounts of nutrients, such as vitamin B6, magnesium, and folate.

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup spinach
  • 1 cup kale
  • 2 tablespoons of parsley
  • 1 cucumber
  • 1 cup of green grapes
  • ¼ lemon (peeled)

Nutrition per serving:

  • 134 calories
  • 6 g carbohydrates
  • 4 g protein
  • 7 g fiber
  • 7 g fat

 

The best time to consume your homemade juices is on an empty stomach, 30 minutes before a meal.

 

Conclusion:

It’s likely that juicing is not healthier as eating whole fruits and vegetables. However, you should include natural and fresh homemade juices in your diet because they contain plenty of vitamins, minerals, and plant chemicals (known as phytonutrients).

 

Note: Nutritional information is estimated and may vary depending on size produce.

 

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