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Alkaline Juice Recipe Video

May 14, 2015 BY Joy McCarthy

I love making fresh juice in the morning to kick-start my day!

I call it my Alkaline Green Juice because it contains wonderful minerals such as potassium, magnesium, manganese, and calcium. These minerals are important for the formation of bones, to keep your heart beating healthfully and an essential part of your nervous system and neurotransmitter function. This is why eating whole foods is necessary for joyous health because minerals are the foundation of a healthy body.

This juice recipe is super refreshing and very tasty, not bitter at all. If you're familiar with green juicing, then you've likely made juices that are quite bitter. While bitter notes are very stimulating and cleansing for the digestive system and liver, they are not always very tasty, especially if your palette is new to juicing.

But don't worry, because this juice is so excellent to get your digestive juices flowing due to enzymes it contains and of course, lemon being a fantastic hydrochloric acid stimulant.

This juice is perfect for hydrating the body too because cucumber, apple and celery are water dense foods.

I love it so much I made a recipe video to share with you!

 Here is the recipe:

You might be wondering if I have more delicious recipes? Why, of course I do! You can find more juice recipes here. You can also learn about the health benefits of juicing in my book, Joyous Health.

I hope you love this juice recipe!

Have a joyous day!

Joy

May 14, 2015 BY Joy McCarthy
19 Comments
Monica   •   May 19, 2015

Hi Joy, Your Alkaline juice looks delicious! I have been debating if I should get a juicer and wondered if there was a juicer you really liked. They seem quite expensive, do you have favourite? Thanks:)

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Kate McDonald Walker   •   May 19, 2015

Hi Monica, Joy has a Hurom slow juicer, which is on the pricey side. Breville makes some great juicers at a lower price point (Joy's juicer before the Hurom was a Breville). Kate - Joyous Health Team


Judy Hill   •   May 19, 2015

sounds delicious! I do not have a juicer but think it would be a great addition to my kitchen. What do you do with the pulp that you get from your juice? can you do anything with it? or is there a way I can make this without a juicer? thanks Joy!

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sabiha   •   May 19, 2015

you can eat them all day long, this allows you to consume the pulp as well ..if you were to juice, mix the pulp with yogurt and eat it later...:))))

Kate McDonald Walker   •   May 19, 2015

Hi Judy, In order to make juice, you will need some sort of juicer. You can use leftover pulp to make a mineral-rich vegetable broth, add it to a smoothie, make cookies or raw crackers if you have a food dehydrator or compost it. Kate - Joyous Health Team


Kelly Harper   •   May 19, 2015

What do you suggest doing with all the pulp??

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Kate McDonald Walker   •   May 19, 2015

Hi Kelly, You can use leftover pulp to make a mineral-rich vegetable broth, add it to a smoothie, make cookies or raw crackers if you have a food dehydrator or compost it. Kate – Joyous Health Team


Heather   •   May 19, 2015

Hi Joy, Just wondering if it is ok to peel the cucumber if we are unable to source organic, or does that mean losing a lot of the nutrients? Where I live my options are somewhat limited, but getting better! Can't wait to try this juice!! Thanks :)

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Kate McDonald Walker   •   May 19, 2015

Hi Heather, It's fine to peel the cucumber if you're concerned about pesticide residues. Kate - Joyous Health Team


LInda   •   May 19, 2015

This sounds delicious! I do not have a juicer but I do have a Blendtec blender and was wondering if I put it on Juicing if I can still get the same effect??? It would then be more like a smoothie with all the pulp then juice I would think. Is this still ok?

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Kate McDonald Walker   •   May 19, 2015

Hi Linda, If you put the ingredients in a blender, you will indeed end up with more of a smoothie-like consistency, but you'll still get all the nutritional benefits, plus the added bonus of the fiber. Kate - Joyous Health Team


Susan McGee   •   March 7, 2016

I like your juice recipe. Would you tell me in which time i can drink it to keep good my health? I will subscribe your youtube channel , hopefully you share more delicious juice recipe. Thank you

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Kate McDonald Walker   •   March 7, 2016

Hi Susan, We like green juice in the morning, but you can drink it whenever you want! Kate - Joyous Health Team


Anna Nismiya   •   March 28, 2016

I think its good if you add a pinch of cardamom powder to the same so as to get rid off the stinky smell of the cucumber and of course a pinch of salt as per your choice because I don't think sugar will work here......Anyways sounds nice:)

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Heather Allen   •   March 28, 2016

Thanks! Let us know if you try it :)

Gamy shicko   •   March 29, 2016

hey Anna, I just added pinch of cardamom to give little spciy...also chopped green chilly also......good suggestions Anna.......Kate thanks for the recipe


Zoey   •   April 12, 2016

Hi Joy, Aside from the fact that I really love how your site looks, I really love your Alkaline Juice Recipe :) By the way, I noticed how crystal clear your video is, are you using a DSLR or a pro video recorder? Thanks :)

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Heather Allen   •   April 12, 2016

Thanks so much! Our handy-dandy camera man Walker uses a DSLR camera (and his amazing skills) for our videos ;) Heather- Joyous Health Team


Abir S.   •   September 15, 2017

Thanks for your great tips. I would like to try it. I have some similar tips like you! Would you like to read it at www.juicertopicreviews.com?

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