Every week we pull together some great Canadian recipes from Canadian food bloggers around the web featuring one main ingredient or dish. This week, we want to share 7 deliciously healthy juice recipes that will make you start your day full of energy!

7 Powerhouse Juicing Recipes | Food Bloggers of Canada

Juicing is definitely an easy way to get more fruits and veggies into your diet and a trend that seems to have arrived to stay.

Making juices is a great way to pack in extra veggies, fruits and all the vitamins and nutrients they bring to a healthy diet but, be careful if you're using juices as a meal substitute to lose weight. According to WebMD, drinking these beverages with the idea of slimming down can backfire because you may not get enough fibre or protein to make you feel full.

Nevertheless, having a different, homemade juice a few times a week is certainly a beneficial and delicious practice that can help you start your days on the right foot -or food ;). Plus, it will also allow you to explore your creativity as the combinations are almost infinite!

So go ahead, check a few ideas below and get juicing!

Juicing Recipes

By Food Bloggers of Canada

  • Citrus Season Elixir

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This [Citrus Season Elixir](https://justinecelina.com/citrus-season-elixir-30-day-fresh-juice-challenge/) combines blood oranges, red grapefruit, lemons, carrots, apples, and ginger to create a powerhouse juice — brimming with a mega dose of vitamins, antioxidants, and anti-aging ingredients. From **Justine Celina**.

  • Ambrosia, Carrot & Celery Juice

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This [Ambrosia, Carrot & Celery Juice](https://urbancottagelife.com/ambrosia-carrot-celery-juice/) is delicious, with the flavours of some of your favourite vegetables peeking through an undertone of apple sweetness. From **Urban Cottage Life**.

  • Beet Carrot Apple Juice

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This refreshing [Beet Carrot Apple Juice](https://delightfuladventures.com/beet-carrot-apple-juice/) contains simple ingredients and will keep you going long after you’ve hit that afternoon slump! From **Delightful Adventures**.

  • Pineapple Spinach Juice with Ginger

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This vibrant [Pineapple Spinach Juice with Ginger](https://www.sweetandsavourypursuits.com/pineapple-spinach-juice-with-ginger/) is delicious, refreshing and best of all full of nutrients and vitamins! From **Sweet and Savoury Pursuits**.

  • Immune Boosting Refresher

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This [Immune Boosting Refresher](http://heartfullynourished.com/immune-boosting-refresher/) is packed full of Beta-carotene from the carrots and loaded with Vitamin C from the blood oranges. It also has antibacterial properties from the ginger. It's an immune powerhouse! From **Heartfully Nourished**.

  • Apple-Lemon Juice

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This [Apple-Lemon Juice](http://everydayonoccasion.com/apple-juice/) has some ginger and cinnamon. It also has celery, but you won’t taste it. You can drink this over ice with the cinnamon stirred in or warmed up. From **Everyday on Occasion**.

  • Juice Cleanse Digestion

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This [Juice Cleanse Digestion Recipe](http://www.nomss.com/juice-cleanse-digestion-and-detox-recipe/) contains ginger that has great natural anti-histamine, antiseptic, anti-viral properties; lemon, which is great for cleansing and detoxifying; carrots, which are an excellent source of Vitamin A and coconut water, which is nourishing and super hydrating. From **Nomss**.

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