Juice Detox Vegetables

Detox Juice — Perfect Meal for Monday Morning

This weekend was quite literally too much fun and now nothing short of DETOX will do! Thankfully I follow my friend Drew’s Juicing Vegetables page and he posted this bad boy yesterday morning. Most of these veggies are a part of my regular juicing routine anyhow so I gave this detox juice a shot. It is delicious and you feel better just watching the juice come out of the juicer. Beets are in season right now, so you can get giant, beautiful organic bunches for less than $2 right now.

I am working on 150 snack blog to help battle “the last 10lbs” for a friend of mine. But in the spirit of Monday Morning Detox, I thought this would be more appropriate, and not to mention timely.


Detox Juice Recipe

Detox Juice
Detox my Retox
Juice Detox Vegetables
All you need for juice detox

(And it made exactly this much juice — perfect for me and my friend Natalie)


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14 thoughts on “Detox Juice — Perfect Meal for Monday Morning

    1. Hi Sandy — I don’t particularly like the juices from stores. I find that to win over the average consumer they use a lot of fruit juices and purees, which really add to the calorie count. So be careful, as they can easily contain over 300 calories. While still packed with good nutrition, they can still impact your daily caloric budget pretty quickly. I’d find a local provider who juices regularly and locally. Go greener too, vs colored — typically lower in calorie. And lastly, I’d suggest you really consider investing in a juicer of some sort. I love mine and it was a really inexpensive version. This will give you full control of your recipes, health benefits and calories. Check out this quick post I wrote recently about getting started on juicing: http://eatdrinkandbeskinny.com/cheers-to-green-juice-friday/


    1. It is Rob — I’m not gonna lie — headed to my juicers right now for another round. And why thank you on the photo cred — I’m getting there 😉 Cheers!

    1. Hi Sara! I’ve never worked with a magic bullet, but I’m pretty sure it works with a blender function. Blending and juicing both have their own unique benefits. If you want to use the magic bullet, stick with “smoothie” like recipes — but don’t be afraid to throw green stuff in there too! I love blending spinach and kale in with my strawberry and bananas 🙂 And you get 100% of the nutrition and fiber benefit. Enjoy!

          1. I just read your new post and I loved it. Thank you for the info. I’m excited to add tofu and kale to my fruit and veggie blends!!

    1. Humm…I’ve never worked with those, but I do think they are great for salads because they are are already cooked. Do you have a juicer? If so, you will have to let me know how it turned out with the pre-cooked ones! If they are really soft, you may be able to put them in the blender for a smoothie?

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