Make your own healthy detox juices with these recipes from Christine Bailey
This combination of sweet and savoury juices creates a fantastic liver and digestive tonic and is a great way to boost your intake of greens. The bromelain in the pineapple aids your digestion, while broccoli helps stimulate your liver function to keep your body toxin-free.
250g/9oz pineapple, peeled, plus extra slice to decorate
4 broccoli florets 2 celery sticks
1 tsp green superfood powder
ice cubes, to serve
Juice all the food ingredients, then stir in the green superfood powder. Serve over ice, decorated with a slice of pineapple.
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Gazpacho is the name given to a tomato-based soup from Spain that is served refreshingly ice-cold. Here, the soup becomes a creamy-tasting juice that makes a complete meal in a glass. Because it's so satisfying, the juice helps control any hunger pangs and provides a natural pick-me-up when your energy levels might be flagging.
Per serving: 91 calories, 2.9g protein, 18.3g carbs (17.1g sugars), 1.2g fat
1 red pepper, halved, deseeded and cored
¼ red onion
1 garlic clove
Ice cubes, to serve
Juice all the ingredients, then serve over ice.
Sweet, with a subtle, tart taste, this beautiful crimson juice bursts with protective antioxidants and vitamin C, plus bug-fighting chemicals, making it a soothing juice for your digestive tract. Serve it over ice for a cooling drink or turn it into a winter warmer by heating it gently with festive spices, such as cinnamon, star anise and cloves.
138 calories, 4g protein, 31.1g carbs (30.6g sugars), 0.5g fat
175g fresh or frozen cranberries, plus a few extra to decorate
1 orange, peeled
1 tsp aloe vera juice
Juice all the fruit, then stir in the aloe vera juice. Serve over ice, decorated with two or three whole cranberries.
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