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Asparagus juicer recipes

Asparagus may be too strong on its own for your liking.

You can use asparagus sparingly in your recipes because it is very potent, so you don’t need much.

We suggest you blend it by experimenting with a few combinations like the recipes below.


Asparagus - carrots - celery

  • 4 asparagus spears

  • 2 ribs of celery
  • 3 carrots

Health benefits of asparagus

health benefits of asparagus

Why this is good for you

The health benefits of asparagus has for long been used in the treatment of arthritis and rheumatism.

A single serving of asparagus will supply nearly 70 percent of your daily-recommended intake of folic acid.

Asparagus is low in calories but surprisingly rich in protein.

Because of its diuretic affects asparagus is a great detoxifier.

Some experts suggest asparagus to treat kidney related disorders.


Beet juice combinations.

Beet juice is probably too strong too have on its own with a very deep "earthiness" flavor even after you have given it a good scrub before you put it through your juicer.

Beets will transform the colour of any juicer recipe because the rich and vibrant red pigment known as betacyanin.


Beet - carrot - sweet potato

  • 1 large beet
  • 3 carrots
  • small sweet potato

Why this is good for you

The benefits of beet juice is that it is a strong blood builder and blood purifier.

This is due to the fact that beets optimize the utilization of your oxygen stimulating red blood cells.

Well known for cleansing the liver and one of the most proven vegetables for reducing blood pressure.


Beet - carrot - orange

  • 2 large carrots
  • 1 medium beetroot
  • 2 large oranges

Carrot juice benefits

carrot juice benefits

Why this is good for you

Here you are trying to tone down the earthiness of the beetroot with the sweetness carrots and citrus.

Carrot juice is extremely good for your eye health, because it contains a lot of beta-carotene.

Carrots also contain plenty useful minerals such as copper, iron, potassium, calcium and magnesium.


Broccoli

Broccoli also needs to be mixed with other juices too tone down the strong concentrated flavor. The carrot combos do this well.

The broccoli stem is where you will get most of the juice and the nutrients.

Broccoli is considered by some experts to be one of the most best 'superfoods' and also widely available and affordable.


Broccoli - carrot - celery

  • 1 Broccoli spear

  • 3 carrots
  • 1 celery rib

Why this is good for you

Broccoli is a very nutrient dense food item.

The health benefits of broccoli include the fact that it has a high amount of potassium.

Potassium helps you to maintain a healthy nervous system and optimal brain function.

Research shows that broccoli has important anticancer properties.

Do not bother juicing broccoli that has turned yellow. It is a sign that it has lost much of its nutritional value.

The broccoli that you juice should be dark green in colour.


Cabbage

Cabbage juice is probably too strong on its own so it is important too mask the flavor with a few smart combination.

Cabbage - carrot - celery

  • 3 carrots
  • 2 ribs of celery
  • half a cabbage head

Why this is good for you

Cabbage nutrition shows that it contains a number of important minerals like potassium, manganese, iron, and magnesium.

The phyto-chemicals in cabbage are powerful anti-oxidants and proven to provide protection against breast, colon, and prostate cancers.


Cauliflower

Cauliflower is not as nutrient dense as many other cabbage family vegetables.

The white color is a tell tale sign that it is not loaded with as much carotenes and chlorophyll as some of the other vegetables listed here.

For this reason - this is not one of our favorite vegetables for juicing.


Cauliflower - carrot - celery

  • cup of cauliflower
  • 3 carrots
  • 2 apples

Celery

Like carrots and apples we use celery as an important base juice in many combinations.

You can even taste the minerals in its salty flavor.

Include the celery green tops in your juicer recipes because it contains potassium which balances the high sodium content of the stalk in a perfect ratio.


Celery - cucumber -kale

  • 4 ribs of celery
  • half a cucumber
  • 4 kale leaves

Benefits of celery

health benefits of celery

Why this is good for you

Celery contains a perfect balance of sodium and potassium which works like a natural electrolyte as a perfect "post exercise" food.

Healthy juicing recipes loaded with celery nutrition are a perfect way to replace those lost electrolytes after a strenuous workout in the gym.

Because it has a very alkalizing effect on your blood, it is very helpful for treating arthritis.


Celery - carrots

If carrot juice is too sweet for you on its own the saltiness of the celery will neutralize some of the sugary flavor in this combo.


  • 4 stalks of celery
  • 4 large carrots


Cucumber

Cucumber juice on its own is a bit dull - so mix it with a few other fruits and vegetables too produce a well balanced but mild juice.


Cucumber - parsley - tomato

  • 2 tomatoes
  • half a cup parsley
  • half a cucumber



Cucumber nutrition

cucumber nutrition

Why this is good for you

Cucumber nutrition provides you with a great natural diuretic because it is composed of mainly water.

Research indicates that cucumber nutrition improves the complexion and health of your skin.

Cucumbers contain Silica which helps people with arthritis by it keeping your ligaments, tendons, and muscles healthy.


Garlic

When you use garlic in your juicer recipes it helps to wrap it up in a green leafy vegetable before you put it in the juicer.

This helps to the chlorophyl to absorp some of the strong garlic odor.


Garlic cholesterol control

  • 1 clove of garlic
  • 4 carrots
  • 1 apple
  • some ginger


Why this is good for you

Many of the traditional medicinal benefits of garlic have been backed up by modern scientific research.

Such research seems to indicate that garlic might be able to help you manage your blood pressure and your cholesterol levels.


Ginger

health benefits of ginger

Ginger - pineapple - recipe

  • half a slice of ginger
  • half a pineapple

Why this is good for you

The research studies around ginger shows benefits like providing gastro relief, protection against colorectal cancer as well as relief of nausea during pregnancy.


Kale

You will probably find the juice from the green leafy vegetables very difficult to drink on its own.

It can thankfully be added to a number of combinations to produce a very tasty and very healthy drink.


kale - carrots

  • 5 carrots
  • 3 kale leaves


Health benefits of kale

health benefits of kale

Why this is good for you

The health benefits of kale are not as well researched as broccoli and spinach but it is a food that you can count on for some powerful health benefits.

Kale's cancer prevention benefits have been clearly linked to its unusual concentration of two types of antioxidants - carotenoids and flavanoids.

Studies has found at least 45 different antioxidant flavonoids in noticeable amounts in kale.

This broad spectrum of flavonoid antioxidants is the reason for kale's reputation as a cancer fighting food.



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