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Apple Beet Romaine Spinach Ginger Juice

Apple Beet Romaine Spinach Ginger Juice

This complex green juice is by far my favorite I’ve made yet! This juice is created by combining apple, beet, romaine lettuce, spinach and ginger root. This mild tasting green juice is incredibly delicious and very drinkable.

This apple beet romaine spinach ginger juice is also very nutritious. It contains high amounts of vitamins A and C as well as many minerals including iron, manganese and folate.

Serves one
Makes 1 cup

Apple Beet Romaine Spinach Ginger Juice Recipe

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • One apple
  • One beet
  • Half of a head of romaine lettuce
  • 2 cups of spinach
  • 1/2″ piece of ginger root
Ingredients for Apple Beet Romaine Spinach Ginger Juice

Ingredients for Apple Beet Romaine Spinach Ginger Juice

Start by thoroughly washing your apple, beet, romaine lettuce and spinach. Make sure to clean your beet very well by gently scrubbing it so as to ensure you remove all the dirt. After you have washed your apple, beet, romaine lettuce and spinach, cut your apple and beet into smaller pieces so your juicer will be able to easily process it. I ripped my romaine leaves in half so that it would be easier to process as well.

Now that all of your prep work is done, you are ready to start juicing. I put the ginger root in first. I then alternated putting in the romaine lettuce followed by the beet and then the spinach followed by the apple. I continued this way until I had finished juicing everything.

Once everything has been processed in your juicer, you will be left with a cup of this delicious and nutritious apple beet romaine spinach ginger juice! Enjoy immediately or store in an air-tight container for up to three days.

Nutrition Facts

Apple Beet Romaine Spinach Ginger Juice Nutrition Facts

Apple Beet Romaine Spinach Ginger Juice Nutrition Facts

Apple Beet Romaine Spinach Ginger Juice Nutrition Facts 2

Apple Beet Romaine Spinach Ginger Juice Nutrition Facts 2

One cup of this apple beet romaine spinach ginger juice will give you 164 calories. It will also provide you with 800 milligrams of potassium and 4 grams of protein.

This juice contains 6% of your daily vitamin E, 8% of your daily vitamin B-6, over 100% of your daily vitamin C, and over 200% of your daily vitamin A.

This apple beet romaine spinach ginger juice is also full of minerals. Some of those include 11% of your daily calcium, 16% of your daily magnesium, 32% of your daily iron, 40% of your daily manganese, and 51% of your daily folate.

The complete nutrition facts can be seen in the images above and have been calculated using Sparks Recipe Calculator.

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Grapefruit Cucumber Mint Juice

Grapefruit Cucumber Mint Juice

I really liked the grapefruit mint juice I made a couple months ago. Today, I decided to try making a similar juice, a grapefruit cucumber mint juice.

This new juice is refreshing and delicious. It is less tart than the original grapefruit mint juice I made because of the cucumber, which helps give this grapefruit cucumber mint juice a more subtle flavor.

This low calorie juice is packed with potassium, vitamins and minerals. Additionally, it’s a great juice to start your day or it can be a wonderful afternoon pick me up to give you the energy you need to get through the rest of the day!

Serves one
Makes 2 cups

Grapefruit Cucumber Mint Juice Recipe

Here’s what you’ll need:

Ingredients for Grapefruit Cucumber Mint Juice

Ingredients for Grapefruit Cucumber Mint Juice

  • 1 grapefruit
  • 1 english cucumber
  • 1/2 cup of mint leaves

Start by thoroughly washing and drying your grapefruit, cucumber and mint leaves. If your cucumber is not organic, then I highly recommend taking the outer peel off because that is where most of the pesticides or other harmful chemicals would most likely be. For the grapefruit, I cut off the outer rind leaving on as much of the white part on as possible.

Now you are all set to start juicing. I put the mint leaves in my juicer first and followed that with the grapefruit and then the cucumber to make sure all of the mint leaves were processed.

Then simply pour into a glass and enjoy immediately! If you would like to enjoy your grapefruit cucumber mint juice later, store it in an airtight container and it will last up to three days!

Nutrition Facts

Grapefruit Cucumber Mint Juice Nutrition Facts

Grapefruit Cucumber Mint Juice Nutrition Facts

Grapefruit Cucumber Mint Juice Nutrition Facts 2

Grapefruit Cucumber Mint Juice Nutrition Facts 2

One serving of this grapefruit cucumber mint juice will provide you with 112 calories. It will also give you over 700 milligrams of potassium and 3 grams of protein.

In terms of vitamins, this juice will provide you with good amounts of four different ones. This includes 4% of your daily vitamin E, 11% of your daily vitamin B-6, 25% of your daily vitamin A and over 150% of your daily vitamin C.

This grapefruit cucumber mint juice will also provide you with many minerals. Some of those include, but are not limited to: 5% of your daily iron, 8% of your daily calcium, 10% of your daily copper and 15% of your daily folate.

The complete nutrition facts can be seen in the images above and have been calculated using Sparks Recipe Calculator.

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