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Recipe: 3 summer juices

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Over the past few years, we have been experiencing what you might call a ‘juice boost’.

In fact, you have probably already seen at least three arty juice photos on your Instagram feed this morning.

If you’re new to the juicing phenomenon, now that summer is officially underway, it’s the perfect time to try out these three light, refreshing and wonderfully fruity juices.

Easy to make and all packed with seasonal, health-boosting ingredients, these juice recipes are guaranteed to give you an energizing start to your day.

1) Beetroot, Apple & Grapefruit Juice

 

Serves: 2

Ingredients:

-          1 pack of vacuum packed natural cooked beetroot

-          2 apples

-          1 peeled grapefruit

Method:

Simply put all ingredients through a juicer, pour into glasses and serve.

Health check:

Beetroot is excellent for boosting stamina, and contains potassium, magnesium and iron, as well as powerful antioxidants. 

www.lovebeetroot.co.uk

 

2) Celery, pear and ginger juice

Ingredients:

-          2 green apples

-          2 pears

-          4 sticks of celery

-          3cm fresh ginger 

Method:

Chop the fruit and celery into chunks, then put everything through a juicer and chill in the fridge. Stir well before serving.

Health check:

Celery is a prebiotic and can help to keep bloating at bay.

www.lovethecrunch.co.uk

 

3) Watercress, Orange and Kiwi juice

 

Serves: 1

Preparation time: 5 minutes

Ingredients:

-          50g watercress

-          2 kiwis, peeled and chopped

-          A few mint leaves, torn

-          Juice of 1 orange or 125ml fresh orange juice

-          Juice of 1 lime

Method:

Place everything in a blender and whizz together. Or, if you have a juicer, process the watercress, kiwi and mint together, then stir in the orange juice and lime. Pour into glasses and chill until ready to serve.

Health check:

Kiwi is an excellent source of vitamin C and vitamin K, as well as a great source of dietary fibre.

www.watercress.co.uk 




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