7 Easy Juice Recipes For Weight Loss | Juicing For Weight Loss – Can Juicing Help You Lose Weight?

7 Easy Juice Recipes For Weight Loss | Juicing For Weight Loss – Can Juicing Help You Lose Weight?

Juicing gives us the opportunity to increase our daily fruit and vegetable intake, boost our vitamin levels, support our immune system, and help us with weight loss.

That’s right, you read that!

Juicing can help you jump start your weight loss by giving you all the amazing benefits of eating a whole plate of fruits and veggies.

If you want to learn more about the weight loss benefits of juicing, or if you just want to make weight loss-friendly juicing recipes, you are in the right place.

Juicing Recipes for Weight Loss

To jump to the recipe itself, click on any of the healthy recipe titles.

Note: You’ll notice that a majority of these recipes are vegetable-based. Since vegetables are low-calorie and have minimal amounts of sugar, they’re the perfect ingredient for any healthy juice recipe.

When talking about recipes for weight loss, we tend to stray away from those that are heavily fruit-based. Fruit has a natural form of sugar, which has the potential to slow down weight loss if consumed regularly.

This does not mean that you can’t eat fruit again. Fruit is often included in a diet that is healthy. It is important to keep in mind the amount of sugar that you are consuming on a daily basis.

Each of these recipes were made with the Goodnature M-1 juice press commercial juicer in the Goodnature Innovation Kitchen.

Let’s start with the recipes for weight loss.

juice cleanse starter recipe for weight loss

Yield: Around one 12 oz serving (may vary).


  • Red Apple is 16 ounces and has a medium apple in it.
  • There is 1.79 ounces of lemon.
  • A half inch piece of ginger root is 0.18 ounces.
  • There is one pinch on the ground.


  1. Wash the produce.
  2. Weigh ingredients.
  3. Peel the lemon.
  4. The ingredients need to be juiced together.
  5. A large pinch of cayenne pepper can be added.

Related article: How to Prepare Produce for Juicing.

best healthy green juice recipe for weight loss and more

Yield: Around one 12 oz serving (may vary).


  • There are 2 1/2 cups of chopped kale.
  • Cucumber is 4.53 ounces and has a medium cucumber.
  • The apple is green and has two medium apples.
  • The stalks are 1.84 ounces (1 1/3 medium stalks).
  • A medium lemon weighs about 0.92 ounces.
  • The ginger is 1 1/2 inches in diameter.


  1. Put the produce into a container and weigh it.
  2. Peel the lemon.
  3. The ingredients need to be juiced together.

Two glasses of green juice with ingredients on a wood cutting board

Yield: Around one 12 oz serving (may vary).


  • Cucumber is 5.11 ounces and has 2 medium cucumbers.
  • Romaine is 2 1/2 cups in weight.
  • 4 cups of spinach is 4.05 ounces.
  • There are two medium-sized zucchinis, weighing in at 3.2 ounces.
  • There are two medium stalks in this picture.
  • The lemon is 1.41 ounces.
  • Watercress is a small amount of watercress which is chopped up into cups.
  • Salt is optional and has a pinch of 0.03 ounces.


  1. Put the produce in a container and weigh it.
  2. All of the ingredients need to be juiced together.

two glasses of green cabbage juice for weight loss on a wooden cutting board

Yield: Around one 12 oz serving (may vary).


  • Green cabbage is 1.22 ounces and has 2 medium leaves.
  • The green apple is 8 ounces and has 1/3 medium apples.
  • There are 2.33 ounces (1 1/2 leaves) of this vegetable.
  • There is 1.9 ounces of kava in a cup, chopped.
  • There is 1.33 ounces of Celery.
  • A small lemon is 1.78 ounces.


  1. All produce needs to be washed. Before you put your juicer in, make sure the dirt from the kale and chard is removed.
  2. The lemon should be placed in the press. If you don’t have a juice press, you should peel and juice the rest of the ingredients.
  3. Press the remaining ingredients together after grinding.

homemade v8 juice recipes

Yield: Around one 12 oz serving (may vary).


  1. There are two tomatoes in this picture.
  2. The carrot is 2.22 ounces (1 1/2 medium carrots).
  3. There is 1.21 ounces of Celery.
  4. Romaine is 0.71 ounces and shredded.
  5. There is 0.63 ounces of Spinach.
  6. The parsley is 0.36 ounces.
  7. Watercress is 0.14 ounces and has 5 cups chopped.
  8. The red variety has 0.11 ounces.
  9. A clove of garlic is 0.08 ounces.


  1. Put all ingredients in a container and wash them.
  2. The carrots and beets have their ends removed.
  3. You can run your ingredients through the juicer.
  4. It’s best to chill in the fridge or freezer.

refreshing watermelon juice recipes for weight loss

Yield: Around one 12 oz serving (may vary).


  • Watermelon is seedless and has 3 cups of watermelon.
  • Lime is 0.23 ounces.
  • There are 3-4 mint leaves in this picture.


  1. Wash the produce.
  2. The watermelon rind can be removed or tips can be seen. Place the watermelon directly in the juice press chamber.
  3. Take the rest of the ingredients and weigh them.
  4. The lime and mint should be grinded.
  5. The rest of the ingredients should be juiced together.

two glasses of green juice with the ingredients, spinach, celery, green apple, ginger, lemon and parsley on a wood cutting board

Yield: Around one 12 oz serving (may vary).


  • The stalks are 1.6 ounces (1 medium).
  • There is a piece of ginger root for every ounce of ginger.
  • The green apple is 4 ounces and has 2 medium apples.
  • There are 4 1/2 cups of spinach in this package.
  • A small lemon is 0.4 ounces.
  • 2 cups of chopped parsley are 1.7 ounces.
  • Romaine is 4.5 ounces and contains 3 cups of chopped romaine.


  1. Wash all produce.
  2. All of the ingredients should be juiced together.

Now, let’s go over how juicing can help you with weight loss and the health benefits of juicing.


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Can Juicing Help You Lose Weight?

The answer is yes! There are hundreds of different “juice diets” and juice detoxes on the market. The reason why these tend to work is that when you consume nothing but low-calorie foods, you decrease your caloric intake – helping you lose weight!

In order to lose weight, you must maintain a caloric deficit, which means you’re consuming fewer calories than you burn. In theory, juicing is great for decreasing your daily caloric intake while feeding your body the nutrients it needs.

This doesn’t necessarily mean that the only way to lose weight is to partake in an intense 10-day juice cleanse.

There are plenty of different ways to incorporate juice into your everyday life to help you lose weight. One example includes trading your morning brown sugar oatmeal for vegetable juice instead. Or replacing your high-calorie afternoon snack with a carrot juice. There’s plenty of different ways to experiment with juicing for weight loss!

If you happen to be more interested in a juice fast (or cleanse), that’s great! For tips on how to juice cleanse/fast safely, read our article here.

10 Serious Health Benefits of Juicing

Drinking fresh juice has a very long list of health benefits. It’s no wonder why nutritionists love to add juice to their clients’ diets. Here are a few of the most common juicing benefits:

1. Potential weight loss aid

You already know that juicing can help you lose weight, because you have gotten this far.

Depending on the fruits and vegetables you are consuming, it is possible that your morning, afternoon or evening juice is lower in calories than your normal snacks.

It is a great way to get your body into fat-burning/pound-shedding mode if you are deficient in calories. Juicing is a great supplement for fruits, vegetables, and superfoods that you may not be aware of.

2. Increased vitamins, minerals, enzymes and antioxidants in your diet

Juicing can provide the body with a healthy source of vitamins and minerals. These key nutrients help us grow, think, work and so much more. High levels of vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium and more (even calcium) are often found in our favorite juices.

The fresh juice recipes are rich in anti-oxidants. Red/orange-colored fruits and veggies have an abundant amount of the anti-oxidants alpha-carotene. The body converts Beta-carotene to vitamins A and C when it is consumed.

It’s worth noting that raw vegetable juice is also a good source of enzymes. That said, the enzymes from juice likely do not help your body digest food as you might expect (source).

3. Reduces inflammation

Are you experiencing pain or inflammation? Juicing can be a great supplement due to its anti- inflammatory properties.

There is a lot of processed foods in the American diet. Do you know what processed foods are great for? Causing inflammation in the body.

Thankfully, many of the ingredients that are included in fresh juice recipes have anti-inflammatory properties. Take apples, beets, carrots, ginger, and leafy greens, for example. These are all noted as “Anti-Inflammatory” in our juicing guide book, The Juicing Companion.

4. Boosts energy

One of the many ways we can increase our energy levels is through ingesting more foods that have B vitamins. This includes leafy greens, some citrus fruits, beets, ginger, and more. Juicing is a fast, healthy, and easy way to get these B vitamins into your system and boost your metabolism. No caffeine needed!

5. Great for detoxing the body

A diet that involves fasting is a typicaldetox diet. A diet consisting of fruit, vegetables, juices, and water is followed.

Unsurprisingly, making fresh juice at home is great for detoxing. We have a number of detox juice recipes here at Goodnature. Here’s one you might want to try: Lemon Strawberry Ginger Root Detox Juice Shot.

6. Can help lower cholesterol levels

Fruits and vegetables can help lower your cholesterol. There are many fruits and vegetables: carrots, kale, grapefruit, and apples. You can eat all of the fruits. A glass of fresh juice sounds more refreshing.

Suggested recipe: Carrot Apple Ginger Juice

7. Boosts immune system

When you want to avoid sickness, juice is the most effective natural remedy.

You can make juice with these ingredients if you want immune system support.

  • There are oranges, grapefruit, and other fruits and vegetables.
  • Green apple
  • Carrot
  • Beets
  • Turmeric
  • Ginger root
  • Tomato (homemade V8 juice, anyone?)
  • Mint leaves and other leafy greens are known as kaly.

This isn’t a complete list of fruits that are good for your immune system. It should be enough to get you started.

8. Can help lower blood pressure and blood sugar

Need to lower your blood pressure fast? Reaching for an apple isn’t your only option. Try a glass of beet juice, watermelon juice or berry juice!

The same goes for blood sugar. Blood sugar levels can be lowered by eating apples, broccoli, berries, and other fruits and vegetables.

Suggested recipe: Sweet Potato Pie Juice

9. Aids your digestive system

Juicing is a great way to get control over your gut health. Apples and celery are great for aiding the digestion. Mint leaves can help reduce gas consumption. Good digestion can be achieved with ginger. The list goes on and on.

Learn more about which types of produce are good for digestion here.

10. Protects against disease

Juicing is a great way to get the vitamins and minerals you need from fruits and vegetables.

Equipment note: We used the M-1 commercial juice press to make these juice recipes, but you can use pretty much any type of juicer. Just keep in mind that the quality will always be higher when using a juice press.

Learn more about the industry-leading commercial juicers we use to make our recipes.

Final Thoughts

If you’re unhappy with your current diet, juicing is a great way to jump-start your weight loss journey. You can attempt juice fasting or simply incorporate more juice into your daily routine.

Juicing has the ability to provide you with a burst of energy along with the added minerals and vitamins you can’t get anywhere else.

If you want more delicious juicing recipes to try out, browse our chef-made juicer recipes here!

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