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Serves 2

Strawberries make a surprisingly rich and creamy juice and, thanks to the presence of the powerful antioxidant ellagic acid, encourage liver-cleansing enzymes to escort toxins out of the body, particularly those linked with causing cancer.

  • 4 handfuls of strawberries, hulled

  • 3 handfuls of spinach leaves

  • 2 handfuls of blueberries

  • 1 large uncooked beetroot/beet, peeled and cut into wedges

  • 2.5-cm/1-inch piece fresh root ginger, peeled and halved

  • juice of 1 lemon

  • 1 teaspoon açaí berry powder

  • 1–2 teaspoons detox greens powder


Juice the strawberries, spinach, blueberries, beetroot and ginger then stir in the lemon juice, açaí berry powder and detox greens mixture. Strawberries Alongside their liver-cleansing capabilities, strawberries are rich in B vitamins and vitamin C as well as the mineral potassium, which helps to maintain normal blood pressure and supports the kidneys.

Serves 2

The vitamin C in the lemon helps the absorption of the iron provided by the spinach and parsley. Iron is an important mineral and aids detoxification that takes place in the liver.

  • 4 handfuls of spinach

  • 2 handfuls of parsley

  • 4 handfuls of watercress

  • 3 medium apples, quartered, cored and cut into wedges

  • 2.5-cm/1-inch piece fresh root ginger, peeled and halved

  • Juice of 1 lemon

  • 1–2 teaspoons wheatgrass powder


Juice the spinach, parsley and watercress, interspersing them with wedges of apple to help them through the juicer, then juice the ginger and stir in the lemon juice and wheatgrass.
Watercress The super-nutrient PEITC found naturally in watercress and also in broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage has been found to cleanse and protect the lungs from pollution and cigarette smoke as well as reduce the risk of certain forms of cancer, including ovarian.

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From Super Fresh Juices & Smoothies

Ryland Peters & Small, 2014