Juicing Recipes for Weight Loss

Juicing for Weight Loss Can Be Delicious

Juicing has many benefits: it is an easy way to reach the recommended daily servings of vegetables and fruits, it helps your body absorb the nutrients that come from the vegetables, and you can enjoy a wider variety of fruits and vegetables. It is also a great strategy for weight loss. Replacing meals with these delicious and nutritious juicing recipes for weight loss will help you slim down and reach more optimal health.

Green Carrot Juice

This recipe helps you shut down hunger thanks to healthy doses of carrots and apple. Loaded with vitamins C, A and K, the juice also improves energy while proving that juicing recipes for weight loss don’t have to taste bad.


4 carrots
1 handful of parsley
2 celery stalks
½ lemon
1 apple
1 handful of spinach

For best results, use the carrot to push the parsley and spinach through the hopper.

Cucumber Protein Juice

Low in calories, this juice combines the cool flavor of cucumber with the warm taste of vanilla.


2 tablespoons of vanilla protein powder
1 whole cucumber
3 celery stalks
1 apple

Whisk in the protein powder and juice the whole cucumber, including the skin.

Cantaloupe Cinnamon Juice

Full of flavor and deliciously refreshing, this juice is loaded with nutrients but has only 100 calories per serving.


Dash of cinnamon
1 cantaloupe
2 tablespoons of Sucanat
5 ice cubes

Turnip and Fennel Juice

Loaded with manganese and vitamins A and C, this tasty juice helps you lose weight while detoxifying your liver.


¼ fennel bulb
½ turnip
1 apple
3 carrots

Cut away the outer skin of the turnip before juicing if it is waxed.

Parsley Energy Explosion

Infusing any juice with parsley causes an explosion of energy, and this juice is loaded with micronutrients that will help you shed pounds.


1 celery stalk
1 large bunch of fresh parsley
1 apple
2 carrots

Get the best yield by using the carrots to push the parsley through a centrifugal juicer.

Swiss Chard Kale Juice

Drinking this concoction is like taking a multivitamin. It is full of nutrients needed to jumpstart your metabolism and boost weight loss.


2 apples
2 cups of Swiss chard
2 celery stalks
2 carrots
1 cup of kale

Juice the greens first, using the celery and carrots to push them through the hopper.

Health Festival Juice

Abundant in flavors, this juice makes it easy to get the recommended amount of vegetables and fruits each day.


6 broccoli florets
1 small beetroot
2 arugula leaves
1 red tomato
4 white cauliflower florets
4 carrots
4 brussel sprouts
2 pears
3 thick slices of pineapple
2 red apples

Before juicing, discard the carrot and beetroot greens.

Body Beautiful Juice

Sweet and full of healthy nutrients, this juice will keep you full and help you slim down.


Shredded coconut for sweetness
2 small zucchini
½ medium cucumber
¼ small red cabbage
1 peeled orange
2 red apples
1 cup of blueberries
4 white cauliflower florets
4 kale leaves

Peel the orange to remove the skin, but leave the nutrient-rich white pith.

Photo Credit: Food Thinkers

29 thoughts on “Juicing Recipes for Weight Loss

  1. Jill on said:

    Thanks for sharing your info. I really appreciate your efforts
    and I will be waiting for your next post thanks once again.

  2. Chantral on said:

    Man I LOVES the Cinnamon Juice recipe! I drank it for three str8 days! I lost 19lbs in about a week. One thing they don’t tell you (mebbe its the secret to the loss!) is that your back end is gonna become a juicer too! I weighed myself before sitting on the throne, then after, and lost 4lbs of liquid hate out of me. I’m gonna keep this up! Thx Jeff!

    • Jeff on said:

      Hahaha. Glad you liked it. It was one of our favorites, too.

      Congratulations on the weight loss! Keep up the good work. Regarding your other issue, you might try some of the green juices or possibly some greens-based smoothies to help add some extra fiber.

    • Tristan on said:

      Chantal, please post all your tips for losing 19pounds in a week!! I’d love to know your secrets. Did you simple drink the cinnamon recipe for the week?

  3. Johanne on said:

    If you are looking for an affordable slow juicer, I recommend you the juice x-tra, from Georges Laraque, it is quiet, powerful, easy to clean. You can use it with kale, arugula, etc.. You can control the quantity of fiber you want to get in your juice.

  4. jess on said:

    You have some great recipes here. I have been experimenting with adding cacao lately, it goes really well with banana.

  5. annmarie boucher on said:

    Could some plz post some recipies with just fruit in plz i hate celery and beetroot and the thought of those put me off hope u can help xx

    • Jeff on said:

      Hi Annmarie! The thought of beetroot is a little off-putting to me as well, but I just bought some this week to start trying to incorporate it. Hopefully it isn’t as bad tasting as it seems.

      For fruit-based recipes, I just came up with a new favorite last weekend. Try the following recipe and let me know what you think of it.
      – 2 big handfuls of pitted cherries
      – 2 big handfuls of blueberries
      – 1 cored apple

      Thanks for stopping by and enjoy!

  6. Jan on said:

    Ronco makes a Smart Juicer very similar to this and the Omega Vert that is about $150.00 at WalMart & KMart online.

    • Jeff on said:

      Hi Eunice,

      We post our recipes to the site. We are working on getting some more together for you guys soon. Stay tuned!

  7. Shay on said:

    I am looking to try this Cinnamon Juice, but I was wondering do you just juice the cantaloupe and then add the rest of the ingredients in a cup and then add the juice?

    • Jeff on said:

      Hi there, Shay! This is a great one. Just throw all the ingredients into a blender for this one. Quick and easy!

    • Jeff on said:

      Hi Josue,

      Sucanat is a sweetener. You can usually pick it up at your local health foods stores such as: Whole Foods, Sprouts, etc. Or you can pick some up from Amazon as well.

    • Jeff on said:

      If you are doing a juice fast, I would suggest starting out with around 4-6 juices per day. If you are just looking to start juicing for better health, you can just fit them in where you can. No need to set a requirement. Perhaps have one as meal replacement instead of lunch to get started. Or even 30 minutes before dinner to reduce your appetite and the amount you eat for dinner. I also know many people that like to start their day off with a juice or smoothie instead of other foods for breakfast.

  8. Norma Jean on said:

    Already made 4 of these juices they are great. This is the most useful information I have found. Thanks so much

  9. Sam on said:

    Good day! This post couldn’t be written any better!

    Reading this post reminds me of my old room mate!

    He always kept chatting about this. I will forward this write-up to him.
    Fairly certain he will have a good read. Thanks for sharing!

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