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Good Morning Green Juice Recipe

Good Morning Green Juice Recipe



Good Morning Green Juice Recipe

This Good Morning Green Juice recipe is a perfect way to start your day. With all the right vitamins, nutrients and minerals, this juice will energize you and make your taste buds scream with excitement. It has a more fruity taste with hints of fresh romaine lettuce and strawberries. This juice is great for your morning drink because it is higher in fruit but loaded with all the good stuff to keep you going for a while. This juice is made of apple, orange, strawberry, blueberry, lemon, pomegranate, spinach, celery, cucumber, and romaine lettuce. Everything blends together really well and the fruits overpower the vegetables in taste. I love using blueberries in my morning drinks along with strawberries. It gives the juice an overall fruity taste regardless of what else goes into it. On to the Good Morning Green Juice Recipe!

Good Morning Green Juice Recipe Ingredients

Good Morning Green Juice Recipe

  • 5 Romaine Lettuce Leaves
  • 1 Cucumber
  • 3 Celery Stalks
  • 1 BIG handful of Spinach
  • 2 Handfuls of Blueberries
  • 3-5 Strawberries
  • 1 Orange
  • 1/2 Granny Smith Apple
  • 1/4 Lemon
  • 1/4-1/2 cup Pomegranate Juice

As always, make sure you wash your ingredients before you use them and be sure to core out your apple. I always trim the rind off of oranges and lemons, but leave a little bit on for added flavor. You can leave the rind on completely if you want. After all, the rind does contain phytonutrients that are very healthy for you. I hope you enjoy the Good Morning Green juice recipe. I often switch out my breakfast juices to try out new combinations but feel this juice is spot on to what I look for in a morning juice. Some good substitution options can be made if your not partial to certain fruits or veggies in the Good Morning Green juice. You could substitute zucchini for the cucumber,  kale for the spinach, blackberries for the blueberries, and even a pear for the apple. I would love to hear your comments on this juice and my others. So please leave comments or recipes below. As always, happy juicing!

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  1. Do not use POM. Juice pomegranate at home. Coca cola is being sued for what little amount of POM actually consists of pomegranate juice. Besides, juicing is all about drinking fresh nutrient rich juices. Not something bottled you buy from the store.

  2. how many calories would that be

  3. I’m sorry, I see my question was already answered earlier. Sorry to bother.

  4. Hi, I’m brand new to juicing, and I was wondering how many servings one of your recipes typically yields? My roommate and I are juicing together so we’ll need to adjust the recipes accordingly. Thanks!

  5. With any freshly made juice, vitamins are lost if not consumed immediately. One thing to think about is, if you’ve never tried a juicing lifestyle change it’s best to do it on your days off for 2-3 days to start. Your body will go through a lot of changes getting rid of the build ups that are in your system. Some people’s systems are a bit more sensitive to the change in diet and will exhibit flu like symptoms: headache, nausea, stomach cramping, diarrhea, etc. Go slow and enjoy all the benefits juicing has to offer your mind and body.

  6. I work 12 hr shift2 and I want to do the juice diet but I not sure how to do this. I read that it is better to drink the mixture immediately and not store. I can’t take my juicer to work. So what can you tell me on this. Thank you.

    • I am currently on a 10 Day Juice diet, and I like you can’t take the juicer to work, so I make mine the night before and keep them in airtight bottles. So far it has been working well.

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