How To Make Healthy, Eco- Friendly Juice

eco-friendly juice

Remember, you can create a healthy lifestyle and protect Mother Nature at the same time. This is done by starting and ending your day with freshly-picked produce to fuel your body and mind with healthy vibes. But, consider turning those natural foods into easy-to-consume beverages. That way, you can bring organic juice with you at work, school, or even at the gym. Here are four ways to help you make healthy, eco-friendly juice. Take note that all of the mentioned ingredients are biodegradable. This means that in addition to making you healthy, these juices also help the environment. 

Carrot and Orange Juice

Start your juice cleanse routine with a bright citrusy treat with a carrot and orange juice. This beverage is rich with nutrients, like vitamins A and C. These vitamins can help your body combat toxins and free radical damage. 

Create this drink by mixing one medium orange (peeled and quartered) and a medium-sized carrot (cut into eight slices) into a juicer. If you want to make this juice cold, you can add about four medium ice cubes to the machine. Mix the ingredients well until you get a consistency similar to a shake. You can prepare this drink in about 15 minutes, which is enough time before you rush to the door for work. Consume this eco-friendly juice along with your breakfast.

You can also add a medium tomato and four large apples to the mix to help add a bit of a kick in its flavor. These extra ingredients also improve the nutritional profile of the beverage. 

Blueberry and Ginger Juice

An eco-friendly juice with a slightly spicy taste is this. Combine yummy fruit and tasty spice into a drink by mixing blueberry and ginger. Blueberries are low in calories but high in antioxidants. This fruit can also help improve the body’s immune functions to protect you from ailments, like cancer. As for ginger, this spice helps enhance your body’s digestive functions. Plus, ginger adds a tropical flair to the beverage. 

Again, you can use your juicer to mix all the ingredients. But, if you don’t have that appliance, you can still use a trusty blender. However, using a blender to create juices for your healthy lifestyle might present you with different results. 

Blenders might not have the right slicing-and-dicing power as compared to juicers when dealing with fruits, vegetables, and other organic ingredients. Hence, you might get a pulpy beverage instead of a clear drink. Still, you might like the pulpy experience for your healthy juices. 

Beet and Berries Juice

Beets and berries come with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory traits. These characteristics make the beverage an ideal option for liver cleansing. As a bonus, you get to take pictures of a bright purple drink for those social media likes and follows. 

Beets contain betaine, a compound that helps improve the liver’s conversion ability. Berries, on the other hand, have phytonutrients to help stimulate detoxifying functions in the body. 

Create this beverage by chopping two medium beets and two cups of blueberries. Then, feed these ingredients to your juicer until you get the desired consistency. You can also add these extra ingredients to the mix:

  • ½ cup raw broccoli
  • One whole lemon
  • One apple
  • Two large carrots
  • ½ cup of coconut water
  • 2-inch knob ginger (no skin)

These ingredients help boost the beverage’s taste and nutritional profile. Furthermore, you can replace your meal with this healthy juice. But, make sure to drink the beverage within a few hours after preparation to get the most nutrients possible. 

Bitter Gourd Juice

Many health-conscious individuals still stay away from bitter-tasting foods. But, consider turning bitter gourd or karela into a beverage. This green and eco-friendy juice helps stimulate the liver to secrete bile acids. In turn, the action will help the organ improve its fat-metabolizing abilities. Thus, drinking bitter gourd juice can aid in your weight loss efforts. 

You can put karela into a juicer until you get about 100 gram serving of the beverage. With that amount, you should only get about 17 calories from consuming the juice. Still, you can add extra ingredients to the beverage if you’re not a fan of raw bitter juice. Keep in mind that adding more ingredients will increase the drink’s total calories. 

Consider using a food weighing scale to measure your ingredients accurately. This device helps you stay within the borders of your daily recommended caloric intake.


All the ingredients mentioned in this post are biodegradable. So, you’re not only doing your body well, but you’re also doing Mother Nature a favor. 

Add these juices to your daily routine and experience the results for yourself. Over time, you might find yourself living in a new light, knowing that your body is thanking you for the healthy treats.

Clay Miller
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I am the creator/writer of and I'm an advocate for oceans, beaches, state parks. I enjoy all things outdoors (e.g. running, golf, gardening, hiking, etc.) I am a graduate of the University of Kentucky (Go Wildcats!!). I'm also a huge fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers. I was born and raised in the beautiful state of Kentucky.

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