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Jun 20, 2014 BY Joy McCarthy

The Hydrator Juice

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Hey guys!

I woke up this morning feeling totally craving a fresh juice. Not surprisingly as I've been sweating more these days because I've upped the ante on my workouts! I've been doing Eat Clean Body Lean (Walker's daily energizers sure do get my heart-rate up) and barreworks (it's like a ballet bootcamp). However, I'm feeling stronger and my bike rides to the office are getting faster and faster!

The Hydrator Juice was the perfect way to start the day because not only is it full of electrolytic minerals such as potassium, magnesium, sodium (celery) but it's incredibly hydrating to my joyous cells. Most of the veggies and fruits I used are over 85% water content.

When you hydrate properly, your body can work more efficiently overall to burn fat, eliminate wastes, digest food and create beautiful skin from within. That's been the theme lately from my segment on Global last week to my workshop tomorrow -- beautify from the inside out.

Here's the recipe, I hope you enjoy it!

Ingredients
  • Half a cucumber
  • 4 celery* stalks
  • 1 lime
  • 4 kale leaves
  • 1 grapefruit
  • 3 carrots
Instructions
  1. Using a juice extractor, place all the fruits and veggies in one by one.

Notes

You can juice the celery tops, the leafy part. I had to cut it off because it was a little slimy and you don't want to eat that!

By the way, have you tried the Watermelon Cucumber Salad yet? Talk about getting your hydration from food!

Have a joyous day!

Joy 

Jun 20, 2014 BY Joy McCarthy
7 Comments
HealthNut Nutrition   •   June 20, 2014

I love the idea of the lime and grapefruit in this juice! Sounds super refreshing :) I've been juicing a lot more now that summer is here and like you, I've also been adding more workouts into my routine. I've started doing kettle bell each week along with long walks every Saturday morning and yoga a few times a week!

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Sharon McGonigal   •   May 19, 2015

What do you recommend as a fruit alternative when you are highly allergic to apples, and mildly allergic to peaches, pears, plums, nectarines and apricots.

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Kate McDonald Walker   •   May 19, 2015

Rita   •   May 4, 2016

Could you recommend a specific model of juicer you love? Are cold-press juicers preferred? If juicing in the morning, would you still start with hot lemon water and then juice? <3 Thanks, Rita

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Heather Allen   •   May 4, 2016

Grace Houle   •   May 6, 2016

Great recipes

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Heather Allen   •   May 6, 2016

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