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The Best Fall Vegetable and Fruit Combinations for Juicing (Slideshow)

The Best Fall Vegetable and Fruit Combinations for Juicing (Slideshow)


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September 11, 2013

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Marcy Franklin

Time to start using up our favorite seasonal ingredients in our juices (hooray!)

Beets

Beets can work in just about any juice you might want this fall.

Beets + kale (or Swiss chard) + apples + celery + lemon = The Beet Zinger Juice Recipe

Beets + kale + apples + strawberries = Raw Beet Juice Recipe

Pears

Now's the time to pick up some pears at the farmers' market.

Pears + ginger + tangerine + ginger + cayenne = Ginger Pear Juice Recipe

Apples

Granny Smith apples: is there anything more beatiful? Apples are the sweetest thing to add to a juice.

Apples + carrots + ginger = Apple Ginger Juice Recipe

Granny Smith apples + spinach + romaine + lemon = Lemon Greens Juice Recipe

Kale

Your juicing superstar is here. (And if you're in a pinch, grab fall's next best green, Swiss chard.)

Kale (or Swiss chard) + beets + apples (Gala or Granny Smith) + orange + lemon + ginger = Ultimate Juice Recipe


Healthy Juice Recipes

Juicing gets more vegetables into your diet in a delicious way. You'll love how easy it is to whip up a batch of homemade juice with our juicing tips.

If you&aposre on the lookout for easy, yummy ways to squeeze more produce into your busy lifestyle, consider a juice extractor, which can juice vegetables as well as fruits.

"One of the great benefits of juicing is that it&aposs full of enzymes that are important for the body. They&aposre needed for many chemical reactions that go on, like digestion and absorption," says Pat Vasconcellos, a registered dietitian and spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. "If you cook vegetables, those enzymes are destroyed."

Plus, it&aposs just plain fun to juice. "Juicing is a great way to tuck things into kids&apos diets that they would never eat whole -- but things we know they need for their growing bodies," says nutritionist Cherie Calbom, author of The Juice Lady&aposs Guide to Juicing for Health (Avery Trade, 2008). "You can tuck something like parsley into a juice. It&aposs one of the greatest foods on Earth, but there&aposs not a kid around who&aposs going to eat parsley unless he&aposs trying to show off."

For busy parents, the quick preparation and cleanup also make juicing a welcome way to provide nutrition. Whipping up a big pitcherful in the morning provides a refreshing shot of vitamins and minerals and starts everyone&aposs day on the right foot. If you serve 1-1/2 cups in each glass, one drink can provide each family member with more than one serving of their recommended daily vegetable allowance, Vasconcellos says.


Healthy Juice Recipes

Juicing gets more vegetables into your diet in a delicious way. You'll love how easy it is to whip up a batch of homemade juice with our juicing tips.

If you&aposre on the lookout for easy, yummy ways to squeeze more produce into your busy lifestyle, consider a juice extractor, which can juice vegetables as well as fruits.

"One of the great benefits of juicing is that it&aposs full of enzymes that are important for the body. They&aposre needed for many chemical reactions that go on, like digestion and absorption," says Pat Vasconcellos, a registered dietitian and spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. "If you cook vegetables, those enzymes are destroyed."

Plus, it&aposs just plain fun to juice. "Juicing is a great way to tuck things into kids&apos diets that they would never eat whole -- but things we know they need for their growing bodies," says nutritionist Cherie Calbom, author of The Juice Lady&aposs Guide to Juicing for Health (Avery Trade, 2008). "You can tuck something like parsley into a juice. It&aposs one of the greatest foods on Earth, but there&aposs not a kid around who&aposs going to eat parsley unless he&aposs trying to show off."

For busy parents, the quick preparation and cleanup also make juicing a welcome way to provide nutrition. Whipping up a big pitcherful in the morning provides a refreshing shot of vitamins and minerals and starts everyone&aposs day on the right foot. If you serve 1-1/2 cups in each glass, one drink can provide each family member with more than one serving of their recommended daily vegetable allowance, Vasconcellos says.


Healthy Juice Recipes

Juicing gets more vegetables into your diet in a delicious way. You'll love how easy it is to whip up a batch of homemade juice with our juicing tips.

If you&aposre on the lookout for easy, yummy ways to squeeze more produce into your busy lifestyle, consider a juice extractor, which can juice vegetables as well as fruits.

"One of the great benefits of juicing is that it&aposs full of enzymes that are important for the body. They&aposre needed for many chemical reactions that go on, like digestion and absorption," says Pat Vasconcellos, a registered dietitian and spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. "If you cook vegetables, those enzymes are destroyed."

Plus, it&aposs just plain fun to juice. "Juicing is a great way to tuck things into kids&apos diets that they would never eat whole -- but things we know they need for their growing bodies," says nutritionist Cherie Calbom, author of The Juice Lady&aposs Guide to Juicing for Health (Avery Trade, 2008). "You can tuck something like parsley into a juice. It&aposs one of the greatest foods on Earth, but there&aposs not a kid around who&aposs going to eat parsley unless he&aposs trying to show off."

For busy parents, the quick preparation and cleanup also make juicing a welcome way to provide nutrition. Whipping up a big pitcherful in the morning provides a refreshing shot of vitamins and minerals and starts everyone&aposs day on the right foot. If you serve 1-1/2 cups in each glass, one drink can provide each family member with more than one serving of their recommended daily vegetable allowance, Vasconcellos says.


Healthy Juice Recipes

Juicing gets more vegetables into your diet in a delicious way. You'll love how easy it is to whip up a batch of homemade juice with our juicing tips.

If you&aposre on the lookout for easy, yummy ways to squeeze more produce into your busy lifestyle, consider a juice extractor, which can juice vegetables as well as fruits.

"One of the great benefits of juicing is that it&aposs full of enzymes that are important for the body. They&aposre needed for many chemical reactions that go on, like digestion and absorption," says Pat Vasconcellos, a registered dietitian and spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. "If you cook vegetables, those enzymes are destroyed."

Plus, it&aposs just plain fun to juice. "Juicing is a great way to tuck things into kids&apos diets that they would never eat whole -- but things we know they need for their growing bodies," says nutritionist Cherie Calbom, author of The Juice Lady&aposs Guide to Juicing for Health (Avery Trade, 2008). "You can tuck something like parsley into a juice. It&aposs one of the greatest foods on Earth, but there&aposs not a kid around who&aposs going to eat parsley unless he&aposs trying to show off."

For busy parents, the quick preparation and cleanup also make juicing a welcome way to provide nutrition. Whipping up a big pitcherful in the morning provides a refreshing shot of vitamins and minerals and starts everyone&aposs day on the right foot. If you serve 1-1/2 cups in each glass, one drink can provide each family member with more than one serving of their recommended daily vegetable allowance, Vasconcellos says.


Healthy Juice Recipes

Juicing gets more vegetables into your diet in a delicious way. You'll love how easy it is to whip up a batch of homemade juice with our juicing tips.

If you&aposre on the lookout for easy, yummy ways to squeeze more produce into your busy lifestyle, consider a juice extractor, which can juice vegetables as well as fruits.

"One of the great benefits of juicing is that it&aposs full of enzymes that are important for the body. They&aposre needed for many chemical reactions that go on, like digestion and absorption," says Pat Vasconcellos, a registered dietitian and spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. "If you cook vegetables, those enzymes are destroyed."

Plus, it&aposs just plain fun to juice. "Juicing is a great way to tuck things into kids&apos diets that they would never eat whole -- but things we know they need for their growing bodies," says nutritionist Cherie Calbom, author of The Juice Lady&aposs Guide to Juicing for Health (Avery Trade, 2008). "You can tuck something like parsley into a juice. It&aposs one of the greatest foods on Earth, but there&aposs not a kid around who&aposs going to eat parsley unless he&aposs trying to show off."

For busy parents, the quick preparation and cleanup also make juicing a welcome way to provide nutrition. Whipping up a big pitcherful in the morning provides a refreshing shot of vitamins and minerals and starts everyone&aposs day on the right foot. If you serve 1-1/2 cups in each glass, one drink can provide each family member with more than one serving of their recommended daily vegetable allowance, Vasconcellos says.


Healthy Juice Recipes

Juicing gets more vegetables into your diet in a delicious way. You'll love how easy it is to whip up a batch of homemade juice with our juicing tips.

If you&aposre on the lookout for easy, yummy ways to squeeze more produce into your busy lifestyle, consider a juice extractor, which can juice vegetables as well as fruits.

"One of the great benefits of juicing is that it&aposs full of enzymes that are important for the body. They&aposre needed for many chemical reactions that go on, like digestion and absorption," says Pat Vasconcellos, a registered dietitian and spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. "If you cook vegetables, those enzymes are destroyed."

Plus, it&aposs just plain fun to juice. "Juicing is a great way to tuck things into kids&apos diets that they would never eat whole -- but things we know they need for their growing bodies," says nutritionist Cherie Calbom, author of The Juice Lady&aposs Guide to Juicing for Health (Avery Trade, 2008). "You can tuck something like parsley into a juice. It&aposs one of the greatest foods on Earth, but there&aposs not a kid around who&aposs going to eat parsley unless he&aposs trying to show off."

For busy parents, the quick preparation and cleanup also make juicing a welcome way to provide nutrition. Whipping up a big pitcherful in the morning provides a refreshing shot of vitamins and minerals and starts everyone&aposs day on the right foot. If you serve 1-1/2 cups in each glass, one drink can provide each family member with more than one serving of their recommended daily vegetable allowance, Vasconcellos says.


Healthy Juice Recipes

Juicing gets more vegetables into your diet in a delicious way. You'll love how easy it is to whip up a batch of homemade juice with our juicing tips.

If you&aposre on the lookout for easy, yummy ways to squeeze more produce into your busy lifestyle, consider a juice extractor, which can juice vegetables as well as fruits.

"One of the great benefits of juicing is that it&aposs full of enzymes that are important for the body. They&aposre needed for many chemical reactions that go on, like digestion and absorption," says Pat Vasconcellos, a registered dietitian and spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. "If you cook vegetables, those enzymes are destroyed."

Plus, it&aposs just plain fun to juice. "Juicing is a great way to tuck things into kids&apos diets that they would never eat whole -- but things we know they need for their growing bodies," says nutritionist Cherie Calbom, author of The Juice Lady&aposs Guide to Juicing for Health (Avery Trade, 2008). "You can tuck something like parsley into a juice. It&aposs one of the greatest foods on Earth, but there&aposs not a kid around who&aposs going to eat parsley unless he&aposs trying to show off."

For busy parents, the quick preparation and cleanup also make juicing a welcome way to provide nutrition. Whipping up a big pitcherful in the morning provides a refreshing shot of vitamins and minerals and starts everyone&aposs day on the right foot. If you serve 1-1/2 cups in each glass, one drink can provide each family member with more than one serving of their recommended daily vegetable allowance, Vasconcellos says.


Healthy Juice Recipes

Juicing gets more vegetables into your diet in a delicious way. You'll love how easy it is to whip up a batch of homemade juice with our juicing tips.

If you&aposre on the lookout for easy, yummy ways to squeeze more produce into your busy lifestyle, consider a juice extractor, which can juice vegetables as well as fruits.

"One of the great benefits of juicing is that it&aposs full of enzymes that are important for the body. They&aposre needed for many chemical reactions that go on, like digestion and absorption," says Pat Vasconcellos, a registered dietitian and spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. "If you cook vegetables, those enzymes are destroyed."

Plus, it&aposs just plain fun to juice. "Juicing is a great way to tuck things into kids&apos diets that they would never eat whole -- but things we know they need for their growing bodies," says nutritionist Cherie Calbom, author of The Juice Lady&aposs Guide to Juicing for Health (Avery Trade, 2008). "You can tuck something like parsley into a juice. It&aposs one of the greatest foods on Earth, but there&aposs not a kid around who&aposs going to eat parsley unless he&aposs trying to show off."

For busy parents, the quick preparation and cleanup also make juicing a welcome way to provide nutrition. Whipping up a big pitcherful in the morning provides a refreshing shot of vitamins and minerals and starts everyone&aposs day on the right foot. If you serve 1-1/2 cups in each glass, one drink can provide each family member with more than one serving of their recommended daily vegetable allowance, Vasconcellos says.


Healthy Juice Recipes

Juicing gets more vegetables into your diet in a delicious way. You'll love how easy it is to whip up a batch of homemade juice with our juicing tips.

If you&aposre on the lookout for easy, yummy ways to squeeze more produce into your busy lifestyle, consider a juice extractor, which can juice vegetables as well as fruits.

"One of the great benefits of juicing is that it&aposs full of enzymes that are important for the body. They&aposre needed for many chemical reactions that go on, like digestion and absorption," says Pat Vasconcellos, a registered dietitian and spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. "If you cook vegetables, those enzymes are destroyed."

Plus, it&aposs just plain fun to juice. "Juicing is a great way to tuck things into kids&apos diets that they would never eat whole -- but things we know they need for their growing bodies," says nutritionist Cherie Calbom, author of The Juice Lady&aposs Guide to Juicing for Health (Avery Trade, 2008). "You can tuck something like parsley into a juice. It&aposs one of the greatest foods on Earth, but there&aposs not a kid around who&aposs going to eat parsley unless he&aposs trying to show off."

For busy parents, the quick preparation and cleanup also make juicing a welcome way to provide nutrition. Whipping up a big pitcherful in the morning provides a refreshing shot of vitamins and minerals and starts everyone&aposs day on the right foot. If you serve 1-1/2 cups in each glass, one drink can provide each family member with more than one serving of their recommended daily vegetable allowance, Vasconcellos says.


Healthy Juice Recipes

Juicing gets more vegetables into your diet in a delicious way. You'll love how easy it is to whip up a batch of homemade juice with our juicing tips.

If you&aposre on the lookout for easy, yummy ways to squeeze more produce into your busy lifestyle, consider a juice extractor, which can juice vegetables as well as fruits.

"One of the great benefits of juicing is that it&aposs full of enzymes that are important for the body. They&aposre needed for many chemical reactions that go on, like digestion and absorption," says Pat Vasconcellos, a registered dietitian and spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. "If you cook vegetables, those enzymes are destroyed."

Plus, it&aposs just plain fun to juice. "Juicing is a great way to tuck things into kids&apos diets that they would never eat whole -- but things we know they need for their growing bodies," says nutritionist Cherie Calbom, author of The Juice Lady&aposs Guide to Juicing for Health (Avery Trade, 2008). "You can tuck something like parsley into a juice. It&aposs one of the greatest foods on Earth, but there&aposs not a kid around who&aposs going to eat parsley unless he&aposs trying to show off."

For busy parents, the quick preparation and cleanup also make juicing a welcome way to provide nutrition. Whipping up a big pitcherful in the morning provides a refreshing shot of vitamins and minerals and starts everyone&aposs day on the right foot. If you serve 1-1/2 cups in each glass, one drink can provide each family member with more than one serving of their recommended daily vegetable allowance, Vasconcellos says.