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Juice Cleanse Starter Recipe

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Juice Cleanse Starter Recipe

 

Morning Kickstart Juice Recipe

Start your day (or cleanse) the right way with this energizing recipe of apple, lemon, ginger and cayenne pepper.

Yield 12 oz
Calories 155 cal
Yield and calories may vary depending on produce used and method of extraction.
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Time

Prep Time
03:00
Juice Time
03:00
Total Time
06:00

This recipe focuses on the big three detoxifying ingredients, apples, lemon, and ginger. A great first juice of the day, this one will get the detox process going and the added heat from the cayenne jump starts the metabolism.

two glasses of apple, lemon, ginger and cayenne juice on a white table surrounded by juice recipe ingredients

We like to use this cold press juice recipe as our starter juice during a juice cleanse. Learn more about detoxing and how to do a juice cleanse here.

Apples, lemon, cayenne, and ginger on a wooden cutting board

Health Benefits

  • detoxifying
  • increases energy
  • supports immune system
  • reduces inflammation
  • cancer preventative
  • aids weight loss

Ingredients

  • red apple
    16 oz
  • lemon
    1.79 oz
  • ginger
    0.18 oz
  • cayenne
    1 pinch
    ground

Directions

  1. Wash the produce.

  2. Weigh ingredients.

  3. Peel the lemon. The skin imparts a bitter flavor if left on.

  4. Juice the ingredients together.

  5. Add a large pinch of cayenne pepper.

Pro Tips

  • Peeling the lemon is a matter of preference. We like to "skip peel" them, which is basically just roughly cutting off the peel, leaving some behind. This speeds up prep, and the little bit of peel adds a zest!
  • Did you know lemon juice is alkalizing? In its original state it is acidic with a pH of about 2, but once metabloized in the body, it becomes alkaline with a pH of 7+.

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