30 Days of Juicing

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Fresh fruits and vegetables hold amazing power to boost our health and vitality. Join us as we discover the power of juicing and make it a part of our daily lives.

 

The 30-day program below gradually incorporates high-nutrient ingredients into delicious juices. Start with sweet and refreshing ingredients such as berries and carrots, then slowly add nutritious leafy greens and earthy vegetables to gain the maximum health benefits. By day 30, you’ll be craving the “mean greens.”

 

For each combination, simply juice the ingredients in the order listed and enjoy immediately (each recipe serves 1). Drink with ice, if desired.

 

Day 1: Strawberry-Pineapple-Mint Juice
1/2 large pineapple, peeled, cored and cut into cubes
1 cup strawberries
1 pear
30 mint leaves

*Adapted from Reboot Your Life.™

Day 2: Minty Berry Juice
2 cups blueberries
2 kiwifruits
16 strawberries
2 cups packed mint leaves

*Adapted from Reboot Your Life.™

Day 3: Blackberry-Kiwi Juice
1/4 large pineapple, peeled, cored and cut into cubes
1 cup blackberries
1 kiwifruit
1 pear
30 mint leaves

*Adapted from Reboot Your Life.™

Day 4: Pomegranate-Blueberry Juice
1 cup pomegranate seeds
2 cups blueberries
Sparkling water (pour into glass of finished juice)

*Adapted from Juicy Drinks, by Valerie Aikman-Smith.

Day 5: Carrot Pineapple Orange Juice
1 small orange, including rind, seeded and cut into pieces
1/8 small, ripe pineapple, peeled, cored and cut into pieces
2 carrots, scrubbed clean and cut into pieces
Juice of 1/2 lemon (stirred in at end)

*Adapted from Williams-Sonoma Cookware Series, Juicer Cookbook, by Carol Gelles.

Day 6: Pineapple-Lavender Juice
1 pineapple, peeled, cored and cut into cubes
1 Tbs. fresh pesticide-free lavender blossoms
Lavender springs for garnish

*Adapted from Juicy Drinks, by Valerie Aikman-Smith.

Day 7: Beet-Orange Juice
2 navel oranges
3 red beets

*Adapted from Juicy Drinks, by Valerie Aikman-Smith.

Day 8: ABCs Juice
1 Asian pear
1 apple
1 beet
1 carrot
1/2 cup cabbage
3 handfuls chard (about 11/2 cups)

*Adapted from Reboot Your Life.™

Day 9: Apple-Beet-Carrot Juice
1 apple
2 beets
3 large carrots
1 (1-inch) piece of ginger
Spinach or kale (optional)

*Adapted from Reboot Your Life.™

Day 10: Purple Power Juice
6 cups Concord grapes
1 Golden Delicious apple
2 (1-inch) pieces of ginger
1/2 cup blackberries

*Adapted from Reboot Your Life.™

Day 11: Apple-Cantaloupe-Honeydew Juice
2 apples
1/2 cantaloupe
1/2 honeydew
6 to 8 kale leaves
6 to 8 Swiss chard leaves

*Adapted from Reboot Your Life.™

Day 12: Great Green Fruity Mix
2 cups packed beet greens, red Swiss chard, kale, spinach or a combination
1 Golden Delicious apple
1/2 Comice pear
10 strawberries
1 cup coconut water (stir into glass of finished juice)

*Adapted from Reboot Your Life.™

Day 13: Beet-Celeriac-Carrot Juice
4 carrots
1/2 to 1 apple
1/2 celeriac root, peeled
1 beet
1 (1/4-inch) piece of ginger (optional)

*Adapted from Reboot Your Life.™

Day 14: Sunset Blend Juice
1 large sweet potato
1 carrot
1 red bell pepper
2 red beets
2 Golden Delicious apples
1 orange (optional)

*Adapted from Reboot Your Life.™

Day 15: Wheatgrass-Carrot Elixir
1 container of wheatgrass (about 1 cup when trimmed)
4 carrots

*Adapted from Juicy Drinks, by Valerie Aikman-Smith.

Day 16: Romaine-Apple-Orange Juice
2 cups romaine hearts
2 green apples
1 orange
2 celery stalks
1/2 cucumber

*Adapted from Reboot Your Life.™

Day 17: Carrot and Kale Juice
1 green apple
3 handfuls spinach
6 to 8 kale leaves
4 large carrots
1 (thumb-size) piece of ginger

*Adapted from Reboot Your Life.™

Day 18: Refreshing Fennel-Pear Juice
2 Comice pears
2 medium fennel bulbs

*Adapted from Reboot Your Life.™

Day 19: Lemon-Lime Juice
1 lemon
1 lime
2 Asian pears
2 green apples
2 carrots
1 (thumb-size) piece of ginger
2 cups purple cabbage

*Adapted from Reboot Your Life.™

Day 20: Pineapple Green Juice
1/4 large pineapple, peeled, cored and cut into cubes
6 kale leaves
2 cups spinach
1/2 cucumber
4 celery stalks
1 (1-inch) piece of ginger

*Adapted from Reboot Your Life.™

Day 21: Apple-Cabbage-Carrot Juice
2 apples
1 wedge red cabbage
2 carrots
1 (thumb-size) piece of ginger
6 Swiss chard leaves
Juice of 1/4 lemon (stirred in at end)

*Adapted from Reboot Your Life.™

Day 22: Green Juice
6 kale leaves
2 cups spinach
1/2 cucumber
4 celery stalks
2 apples
1 (1-inch) piece of ginger

*Adapted from Reboot Your Life.™

Day 23: Green Lemonade Juice
1 green apple
3 handfuls spinach (about 1 1/2 cups)
6 to 8 kale leaves (about 2 cups)
1/2 cucumber
4 celery stalks
Juice of 1/2 lemon (stirred in at end)

*Adapted from Reboot Your Life.™

Day 24: V28 Juice
3 red beets
2 carrots
2 celery stalks
4 plum tomatoes
4 cups packed parsley leaves and stems, roughly chopped
1 jalapeño pepper, ribs and seeds removed
12 red radishes

*Adapted from Reboot Your Life.™

Day 25: Spinach-Fennel-Cucumber Juice
1 fennel bulb
1 cucumber
3 celery stalks
3 cups spinach

*Adapted from Reboot Your Life.™

Day 26: Sweet N Tart Citrus Juice
3 cups cranberries
2 (thumb-size) pieces of ginger
3 oranges
2 small Ruby Red grapefruits
2 limes

*Adapted from Reboot Your Life.™

Day 27: Green Ginger Juice
6 kale leaves
2 cups spinach
1/2 cucumber
4 celery stalks
2 apples
1 (1-inch) piece of ginger
Juice of 1/2 lemon (stirred in at end)

*Adapted from Reboot Your Life.™

Day 28: Mexican-Style Jugo Juice
2 large cucumbers
4 cups packed cilantro leaves and stems, roughly chopped
1 lime
1 poblano pepper, ribs and seeds removed
1 Golden Delicious apple

*Adapted from Reboot Your Life.™

Day 29: Gazpacho Juice
4 plum tomatoes
1 large cucumber
2 celery stalks
1 red bell pepper
1/4 small red onion
2 cups packed parsley leaves and stems, roughly chopped
1 lime

*Adapted from Reboot Your Life.™

Day 30: All-Green Juice
Handful of romaine hearts
Handful of kale or collard greens
Handful of spinach
2 handfuls of parsley
2 to 3 celery stalks
1 (thumb-size) piece of ginger
Juice of 1/2 lemon (stirred in at end)

*Adapted from Reboot Your Life.™

322 comments about “30 Days of Juicing

  1. Judi Finneran

    If you would like to join us for the Juice Only, January 2012 Challenge, we would love to support you. 31 Days of juice only, motivation, support and a great community. Find me on Facebook, send a friend request and send me a note Juicy January.

    Juicy New Year..

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    1. Monica

      Thank you so much Williams-Sonoma for taking the time to care enough about the public to post these juice recipes. Since you did all the hard work of getting 30 days of juices together, I will do the work of at least finding out the nutritional values and learning how to tweek the juices that may be a little too sugary for me. Please keep up the great work, I greatly appreciate it!

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      1. Viktoria

        Hi there,
        once you have worked them out it would be great if you could send me the nutricious value of the above juices. Would be much appreciated!!! Thank you!

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      2. Michelle

        I would love to know the amount of sugar grams in each juice if you were able to find out. I’m trying to keep my diet to 15 grams of sugar/day, so that’s really important to me. Thanks for any information you may have!

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        1. Sandy

          stay UNDER 9 grams of sugar for a healthy weight loss and some fruits do have sugars, just limit their intake and put more greens in your juicer- mango is wonderful, portion size means a lot and what your weight says is how many calories you want to be at, I am 5’6′ and 140 I do 800 – 1000 daily , sometimes less … I do eat what I want only in small portions and fiber snacks are great.. hope this helps

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  2. Uma

    You videos on the website for juicing are all the same. Thought you might want to know.

    Reply
  3. Jaimie

    I’m wanting to start this tomorrow, by the looks of the recipies I was wondering how much juice one recipe makes? Looks like it could make a few glasses but I’m the only one in my family who will drink them and I would hate to waste that much fruit and veggies if it made a whole container.

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    1. valerie

      Don’t waste it, drink it all! You’ll be hungry, so you need to drink all of it!

      Reply
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  5. Williams-Sonoma Editors Post author

    Marisol, yes, you may substitute one juice for a light meal, or you may drink it as a snack to incorporate more fruits and vegetables into your daily diet. Enjoy!

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    1. alisha martinez

      so like do we eat at all or is this just like at lunch or something? or like a snack? if you can email me the answer that’s awesome cause i googled and found this page haha thanks :D i just got a juicer for mothers day i’m trying to loose my baby weight and i thought juicing would be a great help i just don’t know how to go about it :)

      Reply
  6. Laura

    Hi! they all look tastey but high in sugars . will there be any nutritional values listed ?

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    1. Jessica

      I like to switch up my juices where I will only make ones with mostly fruit once or twice a week. Mainly juice veggies, especially greens. :)

      Reply
  7. Joe Cross’ Story & the Power of Juice

    1. Ms.Peggy Eileen Harris

      I am ready to seriously start a 30 day re-boot program Joe. And a life change. I have juiced before 20+ years ago when I learned from a homeopath midwife. I now am 5’6″ , 365 lbs. and 53, built like a linebacker from years of working like a man and now alone,(I love my life now) But! I transformed my house into my personal gym, and have a couple of juicer and the “know how”, I need to be involved in your charts, recipies, comments, and insperations. And any help I get. I would love to send you pictures of my progress as my personal reward, I am modest about photos, so don’t worry abouut me being a nut. I live pretty isolated, and need association and insperation to keep it up, about what I feel isn’t a waist of my money, juicing and excersizing. I it easier for me to do something for others than myself, so become my ,”someone who cares.” I will ask GOD to supply the Will. But think of me out there and I hope to meet you some day, you JOE, and Cris Powell are my insperation. I know I can loose a couple hundred pounds and still be 165. So, hey, it isn’t like I expect to be twiggy, just the old Peggy. I was an amazing athlet in my twenties 130 lbs., worked hard@ 30 as a Mining Driller at 250lbs, and skipped up to my 50′s as a feller of trees, yes a “Faller”, and have good muscel memory and good health, no pills, not even vitamens, I have a knee replacement that ended my career, but I need not to work to support my self now and have the time at 53 adn a blooming 365 lbs. I have healed good and love my knee replacement, I can “boot-camp” myself disaplined. I also love living and am willing to put all my focus into.. ME! I don’t need people, they are a lot of work, I only say this so you can get a feel for my family commentments. NO husband, and no intention of allowing another one in. 23 years of marriage was enought for me. I have good kids and grandkids and they all live far away. So I am ALLOWED to focus on ME for once in my life. I NEED to re-boot, my life, staying alive depends on it. It is the last day of 2012 today. I hope by spring I am back walking a mile or two as a daily reutine just for starters. for now, I bought home equipment, a recumber bike,( top of the line from Cosco,) for $1,000.00, wish I had access to a stair stepper to buy, I noticed trying these out in a gym, and they do not hurt my joint after long work outs, But just putting this out there, I feel like I am writting to Santa, and I don’t even celebrate holidays, my life is lived in the deep woods, I come to town weekdays to use a computer even. Ha Ha. Well any help sent my way is comsidered a blessing, I will keep track of my progress to share my story with others who would like to get healthy,after my story is built, and using your help from HOW TO NOT, Be Fat, sick, and nearly Dead. Again I hoe to take a walk with Joe some day, and meet Cris. Without being on TV. Sincerly Ms.Peggy

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      1. Ann

        Hi Peggy,
        just read your story and was very inspired to go on my own journey of well being, just not quite there yet. I wish you much success in your journey..God Bless You

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      2. Janis

        I read your story about starting your juicing for 2012 and would like to talk to you about whatever was the outcome..I have the same problems

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      3. JOANN

        Hello Peggy, I have just read your blog and I am in awe of the life you lead, I was wondering how you have progressed with the juicing as it July 2013 now as i write this (6 months after your blog)
        i am about to start a joicing diet with my hubby. i am 6 stone overweight at the moment and feel this may be my only chance to change that. Two serious attempts at weightloss have removed the excessive bulk and weight – but it has come back with a vengence to the extent i am scared to try again unless it comes with a complete lifestyle change. (knowing what to do and actually doing it are two different things).
        i was wondering how yoo have gone on with your joicing.

        hope to hear from you soon

        Jo

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      4. Sandra

        Hello, I’ve just recently watched a documentary on Netflix about a 60-day juice fast, then diet and exercise. This man lost an incredible amount of weight in a very health way. Wishing you success in your journey.

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      5. Peggy

        To Ms Peggy,

        Just wondered how you were doing on your Journey? It is now January 2014. Best of luck as you continue.

        Reply
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  9. Rebecca

    Is there any way to make a pdf or printer friendly version of this list? I want to print it out and take it shopping with me! Printing in this format will take a lot of paper! Thanks!!

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    1. JimHayes

      Just hold down your right mouse button & Highlight to the end, Copy & paste into notepad or Word.

      Reply
  10. Rebekah

    I love this is easy we started on the Jan 1st 2012 as a family, I do mine is blender don’t have a juicer $$$ anyway to day we did kwiw ,green grapes ,yougart and banana,and flax seeds..my son is all for this…we will see when the rest of green and or vegie goes down..lol

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  11. Victoria

    can you please check the Joe Cross videos. When you hit “play” on each of the videos, it plays the same welcome video. None of them are the recipe videos.

    Reply
  12. Runningonjuice.com

    I lost 70 pounds through juicing and kept it off.

    I was thrilled to walk into your San Francisco store and see the juicer display! It is a shame there was nobody making juices for the public to taste!

    For those of you who are interested in juicing, I wrote a free starter guide on my site runningonjuice.com

    Keep On Juicing!

    Reply
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  17. Grandpam

    Which juicers do you carry that will juice wheatgrass as well as fruits and veggies? I am interested in getting such a juicer.

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  18. Suze

    Hello y’all @ Williams Sanoma! I’ve had my juicer for 39 years! I’m juicing daily again-
    Thanks for the encouragement & sharing of great juice recipes –
    One of my favorite refreshing juices is to press all of the following through my Champion Juicer: 4 (washed, whole) lemons (I love Myers), 8 crisp green apples (Granny Smith or Pippin), ice,
    a few sprigs of parsley. The crisp apple, with the lemon juice and zest, ice (pressed through the juicer) & parsley. REFRESHING! I make Ojai Jalapeño Jelly & Ojai Habanero Jelly in California
    http://www.ojaijelly.com
    I’ll be contacting you about retailing my amazing Pepper Jellies!!!
    Cheers,
    Suze

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  19. Stace

    Hi, we have juicer but I have to be careful that I don’t mix high calorie / high sugar juices. I would love the nutritional values on these recipes. Thanks.

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    1. donna dickerson

      I am a diabetic what is a good juice recipe that is healthy for me.? Also I have very bad acne, what will b good for my skin?

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      1. roger

        Just be frugal with the sweet vegetables: carrots, beets to name a few, they contain sugars. Also be mindful of the fruits you add, fruit contains “fructose” which is another form of glucose(sugar).
        As for your skin after 30 days of juicing you should notice a healthy glow on your face; now for the acne problem I am afraid I don’t know if it would help, however, as your body detoxifies, it is reasonable to assume that any inflammatory processes affecting your organism will improve. As for myself, I had acne ever since I was a teenager, got rid of it when I turned 20 ;(

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  20. Alex

    Love these recipes. Thanks! For juicing beets, do you juice them raw? I assume you peel them first before putting through the juicer? thanks!

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    1. Bonnie Wright

      Hi, Alex,

      I just wash them! Some of the best nutrients in root vegetables is right under the skin, so why peel and throw it away? I use everything … beets and greens — not necessarily in the same batch. Organic, unpeeled carrots and sweet potatoes. I even read that you can juice the greens of strawberries — organic, of course, since strawberries (and apples) are at the top of the list for heavy coatings of pesticides. If you are trying to detox, you don’t need to have pesticides in your food!

      Reply
  21. Gail

    So is this just for breakfast, or is this all you eat on that particular day? Or do you just eat this as a substitue for a certain meal? Not sure I follow!

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  22. Olivia Ware

    Alex, yes, you do juice the beets raw — and you don’t need to peel them before juicing. Just make sure they’re washed well!

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  23. Michelle

    Best thing I have ever done for myself. I follow no way of juicing except my own path. It’s easy and delicious and I have more energy then I know what to do with. My mind is clear, my mood is upbeat, I am glowing!
    This is not a 30 or 60 day program for my – I will incorporate the juice forever…..

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  24. Nicole K

    I use my Breville juicer to make these, and the leftover pulp is even great for baking. My little boys enjoyed carrot pineapple orange juice today, and carrot etc. raisin cookies for our healthy afternoon snack!

    Reply
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    1. Linda Bruce

      Hi very inppressed with the. thought of getting fit and healthy do l take juice three times a day

      Reply
  28. Sarah

    My husband and I just got a Breville juicer for Christmas this year and we are LOVING it and all the great posts you are doing on facebook. But I really am not a fan of ginger but some of the recipes look great if they didn’t have the ginger. Can I substitute anything else?

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  29. Rose

    Can protein powder be added to any of these recipes? Or a tablespoon of flaxseed oil?

    Reply
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    1. Steven LaVenture

      I like to add you to my Facebook page to learn more about juicing for me for my health and for my wife who is diabetic and has joint pain

      Reply
  31. Kathy Ethridge

    I bought a Vitamix and do not want to purchase a juicer as well. How will blending the whole fruit/vegetable affect these juices? Any suggestions?

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    1. Dinah

      I bought a vitamix ,can I use it instead of juicer?
      Is this suppose to replace one meal a day?

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      1. Williams-Sonoma

        Hi Dinah, you can use your Vitamix to make “whole-food juices.” Whole-food juices are the combination of the juice and the fiber from whole fruits and vegetables prepared in the Vitamix machine. You can make extracted juice in the Vitamix machine by straining the whole-food juice through a filtration bag or fine mesh strainer.

        As for the recipes listed here, they are meant to help you incorporate more produce into your diet — but not to be a specific meal or nutrition plan.

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  32. Corito s

    I just ordered my juicer, but doesn’t juicing remove all the fiber we need from the veggies? I would like to do a 10-day reboot but am concerned that the juicing removes all the fiber from the veggies…

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  33. Megan Schuyler

    About to start 30 days of juicing. There is one juice recipe listed per day. Do you drink the same juice all day or supplement with other juices? Thanks.

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  34. Christy

    That’s a really great post and 30 day program for boosting health. I will try this. Thanks for share this.

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  35. Williams-Sonoma Editors Post author

    Megan, this program is a good way to slowly incorporate more produce into your diet, but it’s not meant to be a specific meal or nutrition plan. You can substitute the daily juice for a light meal, or you may drink it as a snack to incorporate more fruits and vegetables into your routine. In other words, you can supplement both with other juices and with full meals.

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  40. Anthony

    I understand that each juicer may provide more or less juice per item but appox. How many cups/ounces do the juices above produce?

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  43. shirley

    This is new to me so I want to know if I do the 30-days of juicing am I eating a meal as well or does the juicing take care of the 3 daily meals

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  44. Deanna

    I started and I am on day two! wish me luck!! I am looking at day 4 and wondering if dry pomegranate seeds can go through the juicer?!?!

    ps: getting roommates involved in this as well! should be fun!

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  47. J. O

    How may TIMES a day are we supposed to have each? Once, with regular food to follow?

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  48. Olivia Ware

    Shirley and J.O., you may substitute one juice for a light meal, or you may drink it as a snack to incorporate more fruits and vegetables into your daily diet. Enjoy!

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  49. Christie

    I just began juicing a few days ago since watching the movie, “Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead”. A great program I have started following is the Reboot Your Life(where most of these recipes are from), I have loved every juice so far, and each juice makes between 16 and 20oz. I have skipped the meals and drink 4 juices a day, making the more sugary ones(mostly or all fruit) in the morning. In 5 days I have lost 3 pounds, and never fell hungry. This is a great way to just get in some extra fruit and veges too.

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  50. Emilie

    I don’t know if anyone mentioned this already or not, but if you want to get all of the premium phyto-nutrients from the fruits and veggies DO NOT peel and core anything, unless the food is very hard…and even then you really do not need to unless you think your juicer will peeter out. For example the vitamin bromelain is only found in the skin and core of the pineapple and to peel and core will take the essential nutrients you want from juicing. HAPPY JUICING!

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  52. leyla

    Please send me more info … Is this whole day food?????
    Or just breakfast?????

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  53. Cortny

    How many glasses a day are you supposed to consume each day? Also should one drink these at the same time of day for consistency? I’m new to the whole juicing process and wanted to make sure I do it right and wanted to know if all your supposed to do is drink the juices or have meals as well…Thanks

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  54. clay

    It is sometimes necessary to mix ones vegetable juice with a certain amount of fat in order to gain protein especially if you are the type that has a high protein metabolism. An excellent source of these fats can be obtained from cream, butter, raw eggs, flax seeds, the butter of coconuts and avocados to name a few. You may want to check this out
    go here for reviews

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  60. RT the juicing health nut

    Days 20 and 23 are great for inflammation of any kind. At almost 400 pounds i cured my legs swelling with those 2 alone. Did I forget to mention that they also promote healthy weight loss. Thanks for the info.

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  61. speechteech

    For those of you who wanted to print this. Simply highlight the entire text, copy, open a word document and paste. You can then go in and delete the pictures by right clicking on each one and hitting cut. Readjust your spacing and print…that easy! Enjoy

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  64. Amanda

    For those if you who are concerned about losing the fiber from the veggies and fruits when using a juicer, I had the same concerns. I ended up purchasing an Omega Vert to address that. They are more expensive but they have 2 different juicing baskets where one lets more pulp thru and one is less. I usually use the larger one because I juice with a lot of citrus (I like a lot of pulp) and I want to make sure I’m getting the fiber bonus. Between that and the fact that I had a coupon, it made the extra $ worth it. I had been blending in my magic bullet but I couldn’t get over the froth with the extreme amount of pulp in it that separated from the juice.

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  65. Juicers-Reviews

    Great recipes here, I’m definitely going to try some. I was just thinking with winter coming, it’s a great time to start juicing, or start a juice fast. With many people prone to seasonal depression, or plain slumps in the winter, juicing can certainly help. It’s often due to a lack of sunlight because people stay indoors during the cold months. Also high levels of vitamin C in the juice could help to combat colds!

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  73. gigi

    Is this juice all day? The same juice, like day 1 Strawberry-Pineapple-Mint Juice, all day. I think I will be so hungry.

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  74. Don Toivola

    You have some amazing juice recipes here. I have been juicing on and off for the past two months and went 14 days straight when I started. I initially started juicing to lose weight but the more I got involved, the more I started to see the health benefits of juicing. I’m looking forward to trying out a few of the recipes you have listed in your post. I’ll follow up and let you know how I enjoyed them. Thanks for sharing!

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  75. Solomon Spector

    Hello, Have you heard about using a juice press to take that leftover pulp and get upto 33% more juice? It works really well and I happen to press pulp for my wife when she juices every day. Just wondering if anyone was interested in more information about pressing the leftover pulp to get more juice. Thanks for a great article :) My favorite is Day #5′s carrot pineaple apple.

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  77. gail

    hello i would like to join the juicing in jan . I wonder if do you have a plan each day what juice do you take the same the whole day how many liter do you juice ? thanks

    Reply
  78. deema

    I am on Day 1 of Juicing. I’m looking for all kinds of juicing recipes, but mainly low sugar ones. I have Diabetes and I need to lose a minimum of 70 lbs. I juiced an apple and realized it was way to sweet for me, but my kids loved it. I ended up using 2oz of it with 4oz of carrot juice. Then sent half of a bag of 9oz spinach, a cup of strawberries and 6 cups of water through the Blendtec. I know a lot of people think they will be starving on a juice diet, but after day 3 on any diet, you adjust. After that you wont be starving, but you will smell food and you will want food just because it smells delicious. Anyway back to my point. Do you have a list for Diabetics? I cannot wait to see how long I can last on this diet. I may still incorporate whole veggies for dinner.

    Reply
  79. Ashley

    I got a juicer for Christmas so I’m trying this out for the New Year! Very excited!

    Reply
  80. Raven

    I want to do this, but no juicer yet. I am looking to buy one but because I am new to it I don’t want to spend a lot of money on one. At the same time I want it to work. I am concerned that I won’t stick with it if it doesn’t work or is hard to clean, but I don’t really like too many veggies and hope I won’t dislike the veggie juices. Thinking of starting with mixes and some veggies I like. Any suggestions on a good starter juicer?

    Reply
    1. Susan

      I got my juicer at lowes for 60.00 including a one year warranty and it works great.easy to clean

      Reply
  81. Ebele

    Hi, I have heard so much about 30 days of juicing, but my concern is that am from Nigeria and we have limited fruits and vegetable. I want to know if you can give me recipes with what we have here.
    List of Fruits:
    Pineapple, watermelon, apple, orange, lime, lemon, grapes, grapefruit,papaya,

    List of vegetable:
    Cabbage, carrot, green pepper, green beans, peas, lotus, cucumber,ginger,tomatoes,

    I appreciate if you can do this for, even if I have pay.
    Thanks
    Ebele

    Reply
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  83. shiantelle Mitchell

    Hey guy! When you are doing this fast, how much times a day should you drink your day recipe?

    Reply
  84. Olivia Ware

    Hi fail, stanphney, and shiantelle, the recipes listed here are not meant to be a full cleanse or meal replacement program. To start one of those, you should consult your doctor. Our recipes are meant to help you consume more nutritious fruits and vegetables, beginning with sweeter, fruitier juices and ending with all-green juices packed with nutrients.

    That said, these can be consumed any time of day, however works best for you. Some people like to drink the juices in addition to 3 balanced meals, while others use them to replace a meal. To learn more about full juice cleanses, see this post: http://blog.williams-sonoma.com/pressed-juicerys-carly-brien-on-cleansing/

    Reply
  85. Olivia Ware

    Hi Raven, we recommend starting with sweeter fruit juices, like berries, apples, pears and tropical fruits. From there, you can start incorporating sweeter vegetables, such as carrots and beets. The order of the recipes listed here is intended to help you transition from sweet-flavored juices to earthy, nutritious green ones. Good luck!

    Reply
  86. Olivia Ware

    Hi Ebele, we recommend combining sweeter fruits with earthier vegetables for great-tasting, nutritious combinations. Use the recipes listed here, and simply omit the fruits or vegetables you cannot find. Also, be creative! Try a variety of combinations to find out what you like best. All of the fruits you mentioned are wonderful for juicing. For the vegetables, we’ve had great results with carrots, peppers, cucumber, ginger and tomatoes. Good luck!

    Reply
  87. Nakisha Simon

    For the 30 Days of Juicing, do you drink the drink of the day for all three meals or does it count as one meal and you eat the rest of your meals as you normally would?

    Reply
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  89. Louise Cutler

    you say 30 days of juicing. Is this just drinking these juices for 30 days in order they are listed along with water and nothing else?

    Reply
  90. Sugarbear

    Hello,
    I am a diabetic-2, and wondered how safe is this juicing for me?
    My A1c at this time is 12.2 My sugar is out of control, I have to be very careful what I eat at all times, I also am morbidly obese. For my 5′ 1″ frame, Iam 200 lbs.
    Can someone knowlegable answer this for me, is this juicing safe for me to do?
    Thank You

    Reply
    1. Now Much Healthier

      Be very careful initiating a juice fast if you areType 2 diabetic. The fruit juices in excess can bring your glucose levels to the moon. Seek out professional dietetic help.
      I read the book: “The Schwarzbein Principle”, eating 15 gram carbs *only* per meal & 7 grams carbs per snack twice a day (along with plenty of veggies and healthy proteins that she spells out). My HgbAIC was 14.4 (and I had a stroke at that time) After following Schwarzbein, I lost 40+ pounds in six months, my last HbgAIC was 4.2. I kept off the weight.
      I needed to change my diet completely: no alcohol, no sugar, no soda–even diet soda, minimal starches *rare slice of Ezekiel Bread*, no chips, snack crackers or ice cream. I took a health supplement at the beginning (had banaba root extract and gymnema sylvestre in it) to help with sugar cravings the first six weeks. Important to remove all the harmful foods out of the house. Husband joined me. You can do it! My life depended upon these changes. Blessings to you Sugar Bear…and change your name to Grizzly Bear. Get emotional counseling to determine why you are killing yourself with food. Peace.

      Reply
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  92. Mary

    These juice recipes look great! My husband and I are gearing up for our first juicing experience. We have been preparing by trying some juice recipes to see what we like and don’t like and we will definitely be trying out some of these! Thanks again!

    Reply
  93. Olivia Ware

    Louise, our 30 recipes are designed to help you consume more nutrients from fruits and vegetables — starting with sweeter ingredients and slowly adopting earthier, nutrient-dense ones. They are not designed to replace your normal meal routine or to be used as a cleanse. Each juice serves one person (volume can vary based on the size of the ingredients juiced).

    That said, they’re all delicious and nutritious, so we hope you enjoy! You can drink the juices any time of day as a supplement to your normal meals, as breakfast, or however you like. They should simply be incorporated into your diet for more nutritional benefits. Best of luck with your juicing!

    Reply
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  96. Jane

    This is an awesome list of recipes! It’s great to have them all in the same place. Thank you!

    Reply
  97. Judy

    Thanks for taking the time to put all these recipes together for us. I’m excited to start juicing.

    Reply
  98. Catherine

    My walking team will be juicing for forty days and I have posted your blog on my Facebook page.

    We are looking forward to trying these great juices as we change our live in forty days.

    Reply
  99. Mag Chapman

    I love making and most of all drinking healthy juices. Thank you for the recipes

    Reply
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  101. Bamabubblemomma

    I read as many post as I could but I never noticed anyone break down a shopping list so for anyone whose interested here’s a list you can take to the grocery store to get all you’d need broke down by weeks:

    Juicing weekly shopping list
    WEEK 1:(day 1-7)
    2 pineapples
    2 strawberry packs
    2 pears
    Mint (60 leaves plus 2 cups)
    3 kiwi
    4 cups blueberries
    1 cup blackberries
    1 cup pomegranate seeds
    Sparkling water
    3 navel oranges
    2 carrots
    3 beets
    1 lemon

    WEEK 2:(day 8-14)
    2 Asian pear
    9 apples
    6 beets
    9 carrots
    1 cabbage
    4 handfuls chard
    3 inches ginger
    2 kale
    6 cups grapes
    1/2 cup blackberries
    1 cantaloupe
    1 honeydew
    1 Strawberry pack
    1 coconut water
    1 celeriac root
    1 sweet potatoe
    1 red bell pepper
    1 orange

    WEEK 3:(day 15-21)
    1 container wheatgrass (about 1 cup when cut)
    12 carrots
    2 cups romaine hearts
    7 green apples
    1 orange
    1 celery
    1 cucumber
    1 spinach (4 cups at least)
    1 kale (12 leaves at least)
    3 inches ginger
    4 pears
    2 fennel bulbs
    1 lemon
    1 lime
    3 cups purple cabbage
    6 Chard leaves
    1 pineapple

    WEEK 4:(day 22-28)
    1 kale (4 cups at least plus 6 leaves)
    1 spinach (9 cups at least)
    5 cucumber
    2 celery (at least 17 stalks)
    6 apples (1 green)
    4 inches ginger
    1 lemon
    3 beets
    2 carrots
    4 plum tomatoes
    4 cups parsley stems and leaves
    1 jalapeño
    12 red radishes
    1 fennel bulb
    3 cups cranberries
    3 oranges
    2 small ruby red grapefruit
    3 limes
    4 cups cilantro
    1 poblano pepper

    WEEK 5: (day 29 and 30)
    4 plum tomatoes
    1 large cucumber
    5 celery stalks
    1 red bell pepper
    1 small red onion
    4 cups parsley leaves and stems
    1 lime
    Handful Romaine hearts
    Handful kale
    Handful spinach
    1 lemon
    1 inch ginger

    Reply
    1. Rachel

      wow…..i need to juice up and my son…how does this make…do you juice all for the week?….i work away from home…like 2 days then off 2 days then work 3 days of 3 days…dont no how to do this with taking machine with and food and i am not doing that…can i make juices up for some days…thanks…new at this….thanks much…

      Reply
  102. Crystal M

    Does anyone know where I can find daily menus of healthy meals. I want to juice maybe times a day and then a healthy dinner. Also healthy snacks throught out the day. I’d like to friend on facebook with people who share these healthy ideas. Thanks

    Reply
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  104. CHRISTOPHER

    I AM about to start program… My question is how many servings do I have a day? Is this the only “food” I have each day for 30 days?

    Thank you
    Christopher
    Fort Lauderdale

    Reply
  105. Marvin

    I am glad I found your site. You truly have experienced major benefits. I am following in your footsteps by juicing daily. I also have a green smoothie each day as well, to get some fiber. I am always on the lookout for more juicer recipes!

    Reply
  106. Olivia Ware

    Jai, these recipes call for a juicer to make extracted juices. You can see all of our juicers here: http://www.williams-sonoma.com/shop/electrics/electrics-juicers/

    You can also use a Vitamix to create whole-food juice, which is the combination of the juice and the fiber from whole fruits and vegetables prepared in the Vitamix machine. You can make extracted juice in the Vitamix machine by straining the whole-food juice through a filtration bag or fine mesh strainer. You can see our Vitamix models here: http://www.williams-sonoma.com/shop/electrics/electrics-vitamix/

    Reply
  107. BRIDGET VAN KRATENBURG

    It is my first time visiting your site, and I find your recipes very interesting , do these recipes also help for weight loss

    Reply
  108. Linda

    Trying to join. Hope I am successful. I have a lot of the questions already asked. Assuming I need to join to see the answers. I am a newbie juicer. Not sure if I am really a juicer because I use a blender. One of my questions.

    Reply
  109. Emily

    Fruits already have so much sugar. Jucing should be dine with mostly vegtables. Even carrots contain a lot of sugar, try to stick to the recipies that are mainly vegtables!

    Reply
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  112. julia

    hiya , what do you do with the left over pulp in the machine. Do you have recipes for that ? we have added it to mince meat mixtures and soups – but rather hit & miss – any suggestions
    cheers jules

    Reply
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  115. keith guerrero

    Me and my wife are heavy set people, trying to change our eating habits. We understand it is a lifestyle and have failed and succeed at diets. we are interested in health can we ease into it or is this juice completely?

    Reply
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  119. roxxe

    If i cant find mint leaves can i use mint extract?on day 2 it says to use 2 cups of mint leaves but couldn’t find any i have mint extract and not sure how much to use.can you help?

    Reply
  120. Olivia Ware

    Hi roxxe, you can use a bit of mint extract if you want the taste of mint in your juice, but you can also omit the mint or substitute another herb you like. If you do use extract, start with just a couple of drops and add more to taste.

    Reply
  121. roxxe

    thank you for your help…now i ran into another problem i can’t find pomegranate seeds.if i buy pomegranate concentrate how much of that can i use to equal 1 cup of pomegranate seeds.is it the same?thanks in advance :)

    Reply
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  123. Britney

    OMG Day28 is awfull!!! Do not make that one it’s gross and burns my throat.

    Reply
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  126. Angela

    Thank you for the recipe ideas! They sounds delicious! I can’t wait to try them out. I just started juicing and have been looking to branch out into more greens and these recipes look like a place I won’t be afraid to start. Thanks!

    Reply
  127. Tim

    Is this 30 day juicing program designed to replace regular food all together or is this just a juice for breakfast plan?

    Reply
  128. Mary

    I was wondering if I have to cut the recipes in half if I am using a “Nutribullet”. Since it includes the pulp I am thinking that it has half the size of portions.
    I juice as well but I also use the Nutribullet.

    Reply
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  130. Suhas

    Hi, Thanks for posting these.. Can I use Breville BBL605XL Blender for these recipes? OR has anyone tried these with the Breville BBL605XL Blender?
    Thanks again

    ~Suhas

    Reply
  131. Olivia Ware

    Hi Mary, we do not carry the Nutribullet, but if you do use it to create these recipes, you will probably want to reduce the quantities.

    Reply
  132. Olivia Ware

    Suhas,

    You can definitely use the Breville BBL605XL for juicing! Juicing in a blender is called whole food juicing because there is no pulp extraction — everything you put into the jar stays in the jar. For this reason, you’ll want to prep your fruits and vegetables a little more first. Make sure you remove thicker peels and take out hard pits and seeds.

    Depending on the water content of the fruit and vegetable ingredients you use, you’ll probably end up with a more smoothie-like texture when you do whole food juicing, but it’s very easy to filter the pulp if you’re looking for a smoother juice. Simply strain using a fine sieve, cheesecloth, or a nut milk bag to get a pulp-free result. Happy juicing!

    Reply
  133. Olivia Ware

    Hi Tim, our 30 recipes are designed to help you consume more nutrients from fruits and vegetables — starting with sweeter ingredients and slowly adopting earthier, nutrient-dense ones. They are not designed to replace your normal meals or to be used as a cleanse. You can drink the juices any time of day as a supplement to your normal meals, as breakfast, or however you like. They should simply be incorporated into your diet for more nutritional benefits. Best of luck with your juicing!

    Reply
  134. Stacy M in OK

    I have a Jack LaLane juicer. Will this work? I would like a Vitamix, but not after we spent $100 on this juicer.

    Reply
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  138. Catherina

    Hi, I want to start juicing mainly because I want to loose weight. I want to know if I follow these receipt will it help me reach my goal, I will also exercise.

    Reply
  139. Elizabeth MArtir

    These juices are they replacement meals for the entire day? Should you eat anything else?

    Reply
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  141. Williams-Sonoma

    Hi Elizabeth, our 30 recipes are designed to help you consume more nutrients from fruits and vegetables — starting with sweeter ingredients and slowly adopting earthier, nutrient-dense ones. They are not designed to replace your normal meals or to be used as a cleanse. You can drink the juices any time of day as a supplement to your normal meals, as breakfast, or however you like. They should simply be incorporated into your diet for more nutritional benefits. Best of luck with your juicing!

    Reply
  142. amy

    So can anyone tell me what else you are supposed to eat during the 30 days? Or do you drink several glasses of that one juice for the day? I’m guessing you ad in lean proteins and maybe some starch? I just got a juicer and am excited to try this 30 day cleanse!!

    Reply
    1. Williams-Sonoma

      Hi amy, the 30 recipes can be used any way you like — they are just meant to be incorporated into your meal routine to increase your intake of nutrients from fruits and vegetables. The program is not designed to be a formal cleanse, but healthy, tasty juice recipes for you to make again and again. Hope you enjoy!

      Reply
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  147. Bob Kelly

    Juicing is the way. I lost 25lbs in 1.5 months and still going strong. 16oz in the morning and 16oz in the evening. nothing else.

    Reply
    1. Nancy

      how are you doing with the juicing after 3 months now? I’m about to get started
      Need to lose 35-40

      Reply
  148. Jeniffer

    Hi there.. Someone may have asked this already.. But, is this 30 days more of a fast? Or should i still eat solid foods during this time? I would like to try fasting with the juice.. But, I just want to make sure I get everything my body needs within the 30 days.

    Reply
    1. Williams-Sonoma

      Hi Jeniffer, the recipes listed here are not meant to be a full cleanse or meal replacement program. To start one of those, you should consult your doctor. Our recipes are meant to help you consume more nutritious fruits and vegetables, beginning with sweeter, fruitier juices and ending with all-green juices packed with nutrients.
      That said, these can be consumed any time of day, however works best for you. Some people like to drink the juices in addition to 3 balanced meals, while others use them to replace a meal. To learn more about full juice cleanses, see this post: http://blog.williams-sonoma.com/pressed-juicerys-carly-brien-on-cleansing/

      Reply
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  151. Linda

    Want to be my juice partner? Accountability encouragement support
    Email me. Thanks

    Reply
  152. ella

    for this 30-day of juicing, is it each juice once a day? Or have that juice for breakfast lunch and dinner?

    Reply
  153. Tanya Martin

    I wrote a juicing recipe book called “Faces of Juicing”. It is visual juicing recipes, I played with my food and made faces before I juiced the fruits and vegetables. I would love to create a Face recipe just for William Sonoma blog. I would include an image and ingredient list for use on this blog. Who do I contact? Or feel free to email me.

    Tanya

    Reply
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  157. Scott

    I like mixing the sweeter fruits with the green vegetables for juicing. Juice fasting I tired several times and I am so pleased with the great result.

    Reply
  158. Dave

    Thanks for sharing so good program! I’ve never thought about adding lavender blossoms to my juices, very interesting. I like these simple to remember recipes. What is the best time to drink juices? Morning or evening? What food I may eat during this juicing program? What I need to avoid?

    Reply
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  160. Cristina Rossi

    Lovely recipes! How many of each juice are you supposed to have daily? Surely not just one?

    Reply
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  162. Gayle

    August 8, 2013
    Thank you for your wonderful recipes. I am age 61, 5’4″ and weigh 217lbs. and am very interested in beginning a full juicing routine only for maybe up to 100 days. Would like to lose 70 to 80 lbs. I have both one of the older Jack LaLanne juicers and the Health Master Emulsifier but have never juiced before. First, are these considered good machines and when do you use the emulsifier verse the juicer or do I need something entirely different from these? Also, I have never really liked juices and especially green drinks, so is there a way to aquire these tastes? I don’t like water but drink lots of zero cokes primarily and sweet tea so adjusting to this will not be easy. My diet has consisted primarily of sweets and meats which is the worlds worst diet. Is it likely or even possible for someone my age to make the changes? Will you help me? I don’t plan to start seriously until September 16th. Thank you!

    Reply
  163. Rachel

    Hi bought a juicer today…..i need to loose weight and get some Energy back and a big boost, which i am very much lacking…..i need to loose 40lbs and get fit…..so…help with some good boosters i would rather drink foods most of the day with one meal….?…thanks

    Reply
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  166. Meghan Kingcade

    I too would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to Williams and Sonoma for this extensive list of Juice recipes. I absolutely love the variations posted.

    Reply
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  169. Mac. Joy Go

    Can I store the juice in the refrigerator up to 4 days? I”m quite busy at work and plan to do the juicing every 4 days only.

    Reply
    1. Williams-Sonoma

      Hi Mac. Joy Go, if you plan on storing the juice for any longer than 2 days, we’d recommend freezing it to preserve the nutrients in the juice.

      Reply
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  172. Veronica

    I am trying to lose weight and want to start juicing! I bought a juicer and bought the following: mixed berries, bananas, green apples, celery, and frozen pineapple slices, and cucumbers.What do i do next , I need recipes

    Reply
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  175. David

    Thanks for posting this. I love this juice processing, vegetable juice is a drink made primarily of blended vegetables and also available in the form of powders. Vegetable juice is often mixed with fruits such as tomatoes or grapes to improve flavor.

    Reply
  176. Clare Hayes

    So do I peel the citrus fruits first as surely their pith will make the drinks too bitter?

    Reply
    1. Williams-Sonoma

      Hi Clare, yes, citrus fruits should be squeezed or juiced with a citrus juicer/reamer — otherwise, the pith will make the finished juice taste bitter.

      Reply
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  179. Jake

    I have tried some of the Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead Juicer Recipes and there are some good ones. The super green juice is the best.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Jake

    Reply
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    hi!,I love your writing so so much! share we keep up a correspondence
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  184. Ashley

    please explain details of how many times a day we are suppose to drink this and can we eat something or is it only drinking use? Please let me know as soon as possible because I need to start.
    Thank you

    Reply
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  187. Brian

    I recently did a book review on Ultimate Juicing Guide. It has a ton of tips and recipes for people who want to start juicing. Check it out at ultimatejuicingguidereview.com

    Reply
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  197. stephanie billings

    I want to start the challenge of the 30 day juice challenge starting tomorrow so we’ll see how it goes

    Reply
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  200. Jocy

    Nowadays, using a machine for squeezing the juice from fruits and vegetables is an easy job to manage every day. Drinking a nutritional juices are good to our health. There are lots of fruit and vegetables helps to clean up in our body system.
    Thus, not only foods are important in dieting and exercising? Yes! We need also to consider the tools which have been used for preparing the meals.

    Reply
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  204. Mareshah

    Hello Everyone!
    My mother and I are embarking on a 2 week juice fast starting today! Not quite as long as 30 days and exactly completely planned out as above but it is a start.
    If you want to give us some support or see how our juice fast goes come check us out on my blog threepointnutrition.com.

    Our motivations are the following:
    I would like to clear my skin, increase energy, and cleanse my liver after years of medication.
    My mother would like to get off cholesterol medication, improve her decreased kidney function, and reduce pain and inflammation from osteoarthritis.

    Reply
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  208. Carol

    I’ve never juiced before do we drink the juice for breakfast lunch and dinner?

    Reply
    1. Nia

      Hi Carol -

      Juicing isn’t necessarily a meal replacement, unless you are fasting or dieting. You should drink the juice before you actually eat whatever meal it is.

      Reply
  209. Nia

    Where can I buy lavender blossoms? I purchased fruits and veggies up to day #6 and do not know where to buy lavender blossom from.

    Reply
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  212. Rose Crowell

    Thank you so much. I have been jucing for 4 days and lose 9lbs and feel excellent…. :)

    Reply
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  218. Courtney

    Thank you for sharing your 30day juicing recipe!! I’ve been looking for an inspiration like this and I’m happy that I’ve finally got what I really wanted. This will be very helpful to me!! Good luck to us and I am really looking forward for a month of healthy living. Happy juicing! :)

    Reply
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