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my juice fast recipes

01/27/2012

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I am here to inspire you to do the juicing fast I am doing after watching the movie “fat, sick and nearly dead” this summer and doing the fast for 10 days I was inspired to reboot my life for good beginning this new year. you should watch the movie before you do the fast so you can see more details on how to do this properly. this is a lifestyle change not just for your ten day fast or however log you decide to do this for… but for the rest of your life… so GIVE YOUR OLD LIFE THE BOOT and REBOOT TO YOUR NEW HEALTHIER LIFE… go and inspire people you know, you don’t know and you will see how amazing you feel and how our body will thank you. you should do some sort of a workout even if it’s walking and picking a few pound weights but motivate yourself to be better for yourself and be good to YOURSELF.

here is my short story :

this new year has brought me so many great perspectives in life and i decided that i would do the juicing fast cleanse for 35 days this time to restart my life in a healthy way. my first challenge for myself started with doing this for 14 days and then grew into 24 days and the latest challenge I am making for myself is 35 days so here i am 20 days into my cleanse and feeling fantastic.

many of you have been asking for my recipes that i use for the juices so will be making a few posts with my favorite recipes on here so you can come and check it out any time you would like.

I am going to list my ingredients only not the amount I am using since I am not sure what size you are making for yourself.

starting out with one of my favorites that I tried at a juice cart here in Portland called sip and here is the link to their wonderful combination ideas they make for juice combo ideas I also have tried some of the smoothie combos and replaced some of the things you can’t juice with other ingredients
sip cart Portland

summer breeze
green apple
pineapple
cucumber
cilantro
lime

beet + carrot + apple

7 carrots

1 beet

1 green apple

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get up
pineapple
carrot
orange
green apple

green gunslinger
2 peeled kiwi
2green apples
1cucumber
1cup fresh spinach

super veggie
kale
celery
cucumber
carrot
beet
garlic

pear + ginger cleanse
pear
ginger
cucumber

green goddess
apple
kiwi
pear
lime
cucumber
fresh spinach
celery

beet +carrot + apple + mint
1 small beet
5 carrots
1 green apple
1/4 cup fresh mint sprigs

grapefruit + carrot
2 grapefruits
5 carrots
1 small piece of ginger

pineapple +apple
1/2 pineapple
2 green apples

carrot +orange
4 carrots
2 oranges

pineapple + apple + pear
1/4 pineapple
2 green apples
1 pear

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papaya + pineapple + orange
1 orange
1 small papaya
1/4 pineapple

green veggies
1 cucumber
2 stems of celery
1/2 bunch of cilantro
1 green bell pepper

cantaloupe + apple + pear
1/2 cantaloupe
1 green apple
1 pear

The next recipes are from the official recipes used by Joe Cross and Phil Staples according to the Reboot Program.

Mean Green Juice (original)
6 Kale Leaves
1 Cucumber
4 Celery Stalks
2 Green Apples
1/2 Lemon
1 piece of ginger

Mean Green Juice #2
handful spinach
3 stalks of kale
2 golden delicious apples
small handful parsley
1 lemon
1 cucumber

Mean Green Juice #3
2 stalks celery
1/2 cucumber
1/2 apple
1/2 lemon
small piece ginger
1/2 green chard leaf
bunch cilantro
5 kale leaves
handful spinach

Mean Green Juice #4
1/2 pear
1/2 green apple
handful spinach
handful parsley
2 celery stalks
1/2 cucumber
small piece ginger
slice of papaya

NOTES FOR MAKING JUICE
peel or slice off lemon rind leaving some of the white pith
to juice small leaves such as parsley and cilantro, roll them up into a ball to compact the leaves
wash all vegetables and fruits before making juice
buy organic if possible

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10 Comments leave one →
  1. 01/27/2012 8:33 pm

    Thanks for all the great recipes; this makes me want to go out and grab a juicer now. Great post and I look forward to sharing more with you:))

  2. Dee Dee permalink
    02/11/2013 4:01 pm

    Im looking to start juicing and I want to know if you can make some juices and storage them in those jar glasses like the ones in the pics? Because someone told me you have to drink the juices fresh but if I can storage them it would be way more manageable for me as I can do them in advance and take them to work! Thanks for your post it is really helpful!

    • 02/11/2013 7:00 pm

      hi Dee Dee,

      I make my juices the night before and store them in the refrigerator and bring them to work and put them in the fridge at work and drink them all day… So I think that is ok and it worked for me, I don’t have the choice to make my juice at work so that’s my only solution.

  3. Rebecca permalink
    02/26/2013 3:23 pm

    Could you freeze these juices, like in a plastic wrapper for Popsicles? Thanks for your help and reply in advance!

  4. Kati Ro ✌♥ (@katiroberson) permalink
    03/26/2013 6:06 am

    Do you know if a blender will suffice? I am new to the juicing world and I don’t really know the difference between a juicer and a blender. Does it matter the cost/brand of the juicer? Thanks for your amazing recipes – I want to try them ASAP!

  5. Maleea permalink
    05/08/2013 3:05 am

    You mention taking the peel off a lemon, is that the same for all citris fruit?

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