Common Juice Ingredients for Healthy Juicing

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When it comes to juicing the types or fruits and vegetables you can use are almost endless, making it fun to mix and match and try out new combinations. You have to be a rocket scientist to juice, simply grab these common juice ingredients and get started today.
Juicing will never be boring as there are so many flavors to enjoy, and you’ll grow your taste buds along the way. You may select some of these common ingredients purely on their taste and others for their nutritional value. The options are many, and I still enjoy experimenting with different ways to make juices.

When juicing it’s often recommended not to over use mix fruits and vegetables with the exception of pears and apples which work great as sweeteners and can be added to almost any juice, as well as citrus fruit such as lemon. Ginger and mint add a refreshing taste, although it may take a while for some to get used to, and gives a real energy boost.

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Here’s some of the most common ingredients for healthy juicing:

General Fruits: Apples, pears, peaches, nectarines, grapes

Citrus Fruits: lemon, lime, oranges, grapefruit,

Tropical Fruits: water melon, honeydew, kiwifruit, pineapple, mango (s0me may find mango better blended in smoothies)

Berries: Strawberry, raspberries, blueberries (you may find you get more out of them by blending them)

Greens/Herbs: Kale, spinach, celery, lettuce, cabbage, chard, parsley, cilantro, mint, watercress, broccoli, ginger, garlic

General Vegetables: cucumber, asparagus, tomato, fennel, capsicum, sweet potato, beetroot, radish, onion, carrot

Be sure to let us know what combinations are your favorite so we can share with the Healthy Living Hub community.

 

 

 

 

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