Juices and Smoothies

Would you like to sip your body back to good health? clear glowing skin? mounds of energy?

Nourish yourself and your skin with these neutralising, detoxifying, antioxidant-packed smoothies and juices, that are even tastier than they look.

We have these delectable recipes to share, so get your blenders out of the cupboard…

Recipes

  • Alkalinity Bliss
    Serves 1-2
    A single teaspoon of chia seeds packs almost 2 grams of fiber! ½ pear ¼ avocado 1 packed cup spinach ¼ cup coconut water 1 cup almond milk 1 tsp chia seeds 1 scoop protein powder (hemp, pumpkin or pea works great!) pure water Blend all ingredients. Recipe Prevention Magazine
  • Belly Soother
    Serves 1-2
    Treat your tummy to a healthy dose of probiotics, found in tangy kefir. 1 cup papaya 1 cup coconut kefir, coconut yogurt or cultured coconut milk juice from ½ lime 1 tbsp raw honey Blend all ingredients. Recipe Prevention Magazine
  • Berry Breakfast
    Serves 2
    Don't let its pink-liciousness fool you. The berries turn on detoxifying enzymes and ginger stimulates digestion. 1 cup frozen unsweetened raspberries 3/4 cup chilled unsweetened almond or rice milk 1/4 cup frozen pitted unsweetened cherries or raspberries 1 1/2 Tbsp honey 2 tsp finely grated fresh ginger 1 tsp ground flaxseed 1-2 tsp fresh lemon juice Combine all ingredients in blender, adding lemon juice to taste. Puree until smooth. Pour into 2 chilled glasses. Recipe Prevention Magazine
  • Berry Elixir
    Serves 1
    We're gaga for antioxidant-rich goji, since studies have shown it might reduce fatigue and stress. 1 cup coconut milk 1 cup blueberries ½ cup raspberries ½ cup blackberries 2 Tbsp Goji berries (soaked for 15 minutes) or 1 tablespoon of Goji powder 1 Tbsp coconut oil 1 Tbsp ground flaxseed 2 dates, pitted Blend all ingredients. Recipe Prevention Magazine
  • Blueberry Ginger
    Serves 1
    This gluten-free smoothie is packed with antioxidants. 1 cup almond milk (or milk of choice) ¼ cup blueberries 1 frozen banana 3 Tbsp ginger juice Blend all ingredients. Recipe Prevention Magazine
  • Clear Skin Sip
    Serves 1
    It's a gluten-free, golden ticket to a clear complexion! Coconut kefir restores radiance with live probiotics. Parsley oxygenates, cucumber revitalizes, coconut oil moisturizes, lime provides toning vitamin C, and mint packs vitamin A, which strengthens skin tissue and helps reduce oily skin. 1 cup coconut kefir ½ cup packed flat-leaf parsley (leaves and stems) 1 cucumber, seeded if you don't have a high speed blender 1 apple 1 Tbsp coconut oil 1 lime 2 Tbsp fresh mint leaves, or to taste Blend all ingredients. Recipe Prevention Magazine
  • Coconut-Mango-Lime Green Smoothie
    Serves 1
    This smoothie is a rich source of vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6 Vitamin K, Copper, Magnesium, Manganese, Phosphorus and potassium.1 Mango peeled and pitted ½ lime, peeled and deseeded 3 cups curly kale ½ frozen banana, peeled and sliced blender 236 ml of unsweetened coconut milk This smoothie is a meal replacement smoothie not a snack. I recommend drinking half right away and the rest approx 30 minutes later. If it is too much for you, store in the fridge in a sealed container for up to 24 hours.Recipe Incredible Smoothies
  • Cranberry Cleanser
    Serves 1
    Sip this wintry detox juice to keep your kidneys strong. ½ cup cranberries 1 large celery stalk 1 cucumber 1 apple 1 pear Handful of spinach Juice all ingredients. Recipe Prevention Magazine
  • Crazy Sexy Goddess
    Serves 2
    The avocado, cucumber, greens, and coconut water will shower your cells in alkalising goodness. An alkaline inner environment helps your body’s systems operate optimally. 1 avocado* 1 banana 1 cup blueberries 1 cucumber A fistful of kale or romaine lettuce or spinach Coconut water (or purified water) Stevia, to taste, and/or a sprinkle of cinnamon or some cacao (optional) *If desired, use coconut meat, raw almond butter, or nut milk in place of avocado. You can also add superfoods like cacao (to taste) and/or 1 to 2 tablespoons of E3Live. Blend all ingredients until smooth. Recipe Prevention Magazine
  • Fountain of Youth
    Serves 1
    Another great alkaliser. Plus, blue-green algae is chock full of protein and provides essential amino acids. 1 cup coconut water 3 stalks of kale handful of spinach ½ cup packed flat-leaf parsley (leaves and stems) ½ cup cilantro (leaves and stems) 1-2 green apples ¼ tsp fresh grated ginger 1 heaping Tbsp wild blue-green algae (jack it to 2 tablespoons if you really want some potency!) Blend all ingredients. Recipe Prevention Magazine
  • Glowing NutriBlast
    Serves 1
    Pumpkin seeds pack magnesium, a mineral that might improve your sleep and keep migraines at bay. 25% spinach ½ small cucumber 1 pear (core and seeds removed) 1 lemon (peeled) 1 orange (peeled) 1 Tbsp pumpkin seeds Water to the max line Blend all ingredients in a NutriBullet. Recipe Prevention Magazine
  • Green Machine
    Serves 1-2
    Barley grass, a nutrient-dense grain, can help soothe inflammation and pain. 1 green apple 1 teaspoon of Essential Living Foods barley grass juice powder 1 lemon 1 cucumber, peeled 3-4 leaves of red leaf lettuce ¼ cup of organic fresh or frozen mango 8-12 oz pure water Blend all ingredients. Recipe Prevention Magazine
  • Hale to the Kale
    Serves 1-2
    ½ pear ¼ avocado ½ cucumber ½ lemon handful of cilantro 1 cup kale (packed) ½ inch ginger ½ cup coconut water 1 scoop protein powder (hemp, pumpkin or pea works great!) Pure water Blend all ingredients. Recipe Prevention Magazine
  • Liver Cleanser
    Serves 1
    For this flavourful, thick NutriBlast, use the NutriBullet, a food extractor that delivers the perfect smoothie portion. 50% kale ¼ cup parsley 1 small beet (scrubbed and quartered) 1 apple (core and seeds removed) 1 lemon (peeled) ½" chunk of fresh ginger 1 Tbsp chia seeds Add water to the max line Blend all ingredients. Recipe Prevention Magazine
  • Mint Apple Berry Detox
    Serves 1-2
    Guzzle this in the morning, and the protein will keep you full until lunch. ½ green apple 2 tablespoons of Manitoba Harvest Hemp Hearts 8 fresh mint leaves 3-4 leaves of organic green leaf lettuce ¼ cup organic fresh or frozen berry blend 8-12 oz pure water Blend all ingredients. Recipe Prevention Magazine
  • Morning Glorious
    Serves 2
    Cucumber is the perfect base since it yields lots of mild and refreshing juice and minerals, and it’s a fountain of alkalinity. 1 large cucumber A fistful of kale A fistful of romaine lettuce 2 or 3 stalks celery 1 big broccoli stem 1 green apple, quartered ½ peeled lemon, quartered WASH and prep all ingredients. Juice all ingredients. Recipe Prevention Magazine
  • Orange, Carrot, Ginger Smoothie
    Serves 1
    2 oranges, peeled 2 large, organic carrots, chopped ½ to 1 inch ginger to taste Splash of water Chilled ice if desired Squeeze one of the orange into your blender to provide enough juice to help it blend. Then add the rest of the orange pulp and the second orange, both carrots and the ginger to your blender. Add a splash of water to help it blend and thin out the consistency. You’ll need to add more water if you include the orange pith like I do and less water if you don’t. The pith is loaded with fiber. Blend all the ingredients until smooth. Recipe Incredible Smoothies
  • Smooth Operator
    Serves 1-2
    This greenie features the crunchy root vegetable jicama, which is rife with vitamin C. 5 large Romaine lettuce leaves ½ Granny Smith apple ¼ avocado ½ cucumber ½ cup jicama handful of cilantro 1 whole lime 4 scoops of hemp protein 1 medjool date pure water Wash and prepare all ingredients. Blend all ingredients. Recipe Prevention Magazine
  • Strawberry Fields
    Serves 2
    Berries of shortcake fame are also great for a detox. Strawberries are phytonutrient factories, supplying your body with a bounty of anti-inflammatory and antioxidant nutrients. 3 cups cashew or non-dairy milk of your choice 2 cups fresh strawberries 1 tablespoon lemon zest 1 small orange, peeled 1 banana 1½ cups loosely packed spinach Wash and prepare all ingredients. Blend all ingredients until smooth. Recipe Chad Sarno (Crazy Sexy Kitchen)
  • Strawberry Goji Lassi
    Serves 1
    1 cup of coconut kefir water 1 frozen banana ¼ cup frozen strawberries blueberries 3 Tbsp Goji berries Wash and prepare all ingredients. Blend all ingredients until smooth. Recipe Prevention Magazine
  • Sweet Spirit
    Serves 1-2
    Don't fear its dark colour and mossy smell: spirulina—a form of micro-algae—is a mega-healing detox agent. ½ banana ½ cup blueberries ¼ avocado ½ cup almond milk 1 tsp spirulina 1 scoop vanilla protein powder (hemp, pumpkin or pea works great!) Pure water Blend all ingredients. Recipe Prevention Magazine
  • The "Fat Flush Juice
    Serves 1
    If a flatter belly is on your wish list, start with this ultra-cleansing juice. 1 medium organic red beet 3 medium organic carrots 1 organic radish 2 organic garlic cloves large handful of organic parsley Juice all ingredients. Recipe Prevention Magazine
  • The Sicilian
    Serves 1-2
    This hearty, spicy drink fills you up when your tummy is grumbling. Celery’s fabulous phytochemical, phthalide, makes this veggie a heart helper. Phthalide relaxes the smooth muscles of the arteries, which helps to lower blood pressure. 6 carrots 3 large tomatoes 2 red bell peppers 4 cloves garlic 4 stalks celery 1 cup watercress 1 cup loosely packed spinach 1 red jalapeño, seeded (optional) Wash and prepare all ingredients. Juice all ingredients. Recipe Prevention Magazine
  • The Super Green
    Serves 2
    The celery and parsley that contribute to its bright green color are diuretics that help rinse toxins from your system. Kale and mango are superfoods bursting with nutrition that support your cleanse. 1¼ cups chopped kale leaves (stems and tough rib removed), preferably Lacinato (also known as dinosaur) 1¼ cups frozen cubed mango 2 medium ribs celery, chopped 1 cup chilled fresh tangerine or orange juice ¼ cup chopped flat-leaf parsley ¼ cup chopped fresh mint Combine all ingredients in blender. Puree until smooth. Pour into 2 chilled glasses. Recipe Prevention Magazine
  • Warrior Tonic
    Serves 1
    1 cup almond milk 1-2 Tbsp maca powder 1 scoop of your favorite vanilla protein powder 2 Tbsp chia seeds 1 organic ripe banana 1 Tbsp coconut oil 1 Tbsp lucuma powder (natural sweetener) 1-2 Tbsp cacao nibs Blend all ingredients. Recipe Prevention Magazine