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Juice Cleanse Digestion and Detox Recipe

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Summer is fast approaching and it’s scary. Can you truthfully check of that box beside beach body? I am like a mad woman trying to pack in every cycling, running and power yoga session… Luckily, cleansing and downing vitamins is a little easier with my trusty Breville JE98XL Two-Speed Juice Fountain Plus. If only I can zap away the belly fat as fast as Breville zaps my fruits and veggies into delicious juices! It is easy with this Juice Cleanse Digestion Recipe.


Juice Cleanse Digestion Recipe


  • Carrots – 2 stick, peeled
  • Ginger – 1/2 inch skin removed
  • Lemon – 1/2 skin removed
  • Apple – 1
  • Coconut Water (optional, I like to mix this in after juicing for extra hydration)



Apples reduces inflammation and sweetens the drink. Apples are full of Pectin that binds to and eliminates toxins from the gut as well as helping to reduce high cholesterol, again by binding to it and removing it from the body.


Ginger has great natural anti-histamine, anti-septic, anti-viral and anti-inflamatory. After a vigorous and strenuous exercise session, you’d be glad to know that it helps ease muscle pain and rheumatoid arthritis.


Lemon are great for cleansing and detoxifying the body, especially the liver and kidneys. The acid scours the intestinal tract; eliminating toxins; neutralizing harmful bacteria.


Carrots excellent source of Vitamin A (beta carotene). Anti-Cancer and provides amazing anti-oxidants including lutein, alpha-carotene and lycopene.


Coconut water is nourishing and super hydrating. Almond Milk also great.


Love yourself everyday! Start with Juice Cleanse Digestion Recipe!



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