Juicing Recipes for Weight Loss

Juicing Recipes for Weight LossAre you looking for juicing recipes for weight loss?

Following are juicing recipes that taste great and work wonderfully for weight loss. The juices are categorized into Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced juices. Beginner juices have the most fruit content and taste the sweetest. As you progress into Intermediate and Advanced recipes, the fruit content becomes less and the juices not as sweet (but still tasting good!).

Beginner Juices

Juicing recipes Img1If you have been eating lots of sweets, junk food and processed foods, it is recommended that you start with the Beginner juices. Taste-wise, it will be easier for you, and your body will probably find it easier to transition into juicing if you begin with the Beginner juices.

Intermediate Juices

Juicing recipes Img2It is recommended that you transition to the Intermediate juices as soon as you can. You can still occasionally enjoy the Beginner juices.

Advanced Juices

Juicing recipes Img3Advanced juices are pure vegetable juices and do not contain any fruit. Due to the lower sugar content and calories, you will have the fastest weight loss if you drink the Advanced juices. Ideally, over time, it is recommended that you transition to Advanced juices as soon as you are able, and have them for the majority of your juices.

Ensure Variety

Juicing recipes Img4In order to ensure that you are getting a variety of nutrients that come from different vegetables and fruits, be sure to switch around your juices once in a while, and drink juice from a variety of vegetables and fruits.

Calories in Juices

Calories shown below in each recipe assume that you are extracting 100% of juice out of your vegetables and fruits. However the amount of juice you are getting through the juicer will depend on the juicer and the type of produce.

Juicing recipes Img5As you know, when you juice, you are losing most of the fiber from the produce (there are two main types of fiber: insoluble and soluble). For this reason, when figuring out home-made juice calories, some people suggest removing fiber calories from the calories of whole fruits and vegetables.

However, most calorie information for whole fruits and vegetables typically already exclude calories from insoluble fiber, since insoluble fiber is not absorbed by the body and is said to contribute zero calories to your body. As for soluble fiber (the other type of fiber), some soluble fiber does make it into the juice, and they are considered to contribute calories to your body.

So long story short, there is typically no need for you to subtract the fiber calories from the calories shown. As for the recipes below, the calories shown already exclude calories from insoluble fiber. All the recipes make approximately 16 ounces (2 cups) of juice.


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Beginner Juices

Sweet Apple Carrot Juice
Sweet Potato Dessert Juice
Cucumber Pear Juice
Sweet Tomato Juice
Grapefruit Cucumber Juice
Yummy Cucumber Pineapple
Sweet Potato Dream
Peary Spinach
Celery Tomato Juice
Refreshing Pineapple
Limey Watermelon
Grapefruit Carrot
Carrot-Ginger-Apple Kick
Pineapple Mint
Cabbage for Your Tummy
Broccoli Sunset
Cauliflower Carrot Juice
Healthy Radish Juice
Kale Spinach Green Juice
Cranberry Grape Juice

Intermediate Juices

Apple Green Juice
Fruity Red Juice
Minty Spinach
Herbal Green Juice
Spinach Power
Kale Cabbage Green Juice
Green Bok Choy Juice
Dandelion Greens Juice
Refreshing Cranberry
Go Green Detox Juice
Very Cranberry Juice
Golden Pepper
Watermelon-flower Juice
Brocco-Cauliflower Juice
Minty Bok Choy
Apple Ginger Juice
Fruity Beet Juice
Green Punch

Advanced Juices

Carrot Cucumber Juice
Carroty Brussels
Spicy Tomato Kick
Carrot Beet Juice
Tomato Blast
Carroty Juice
Asparagus Power Juice
Cool Cilantro
Lemony Brocco-Parsley
Beet Oil Juice
Cilantro Tomato Cucumber Punch
Beet Salad Juice
Cucumber Lemonade
Brussels Greens
Healthy Asparagus Juice
Red Cabbage Juice
Celery Root Juice
Carrot-Fennel Juice
Herby Tomato Juice
Juiced Gazpacho

6 Responses to Juicing Recipes for Weight Loss

  1. Rich Donahue says:

    Thank you for an interesting article. I have been juicing for a couple of years now and can see the benefits. Actually the first time I juiced I knew that I had something good for me. I felt much better, my thinking was clearer and I had more energy. I appreciate your tips and may I add that when juicing fruit you can add not only ice, but also sparkling water. Try it! Happy juicing and Happy Holidays!

  2. Love your juicing recipes. I take my time to find which recipes I like best to drink everyday. I picked one in your post. Thanks a lot.

  3. cat says:

    i was wondering if you can use frozen fruits and veggies??

    • Tiffany from FastSlimBody says:

      I did a little research for you on the web, and the opinions vary. Some say frozen produce is as good as fresh produce, while other says that fresh produce is more nutritious than frozen produce.

      I would not use frozen produce to juice. You can touch and check fresh produce at the supermarket. With frozen produce you have no idea how good the produce looked like before it got processed and frozen.

      My recommendation, find a good and affordable place with fresh and organic produce and make juices based on what is in season. That should keep the juicing expenses in line, and you know for certain that you have a high quality juice that is not only helpful in losing weight but also in providing your body with a ton of valuable nutrients.

  4. cat says:

    thank you very much fresh it shall be.

  5. juicing recipes for weight loss says:

    thank you very much 🙂

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