Homemade Juice for Healthy Skin





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Published on Aug 21, 2010

Making homemade blended juice (smoothies) is fun and easy! The fruits and vegetables in this recipe are not only good for your physical well-being; they're also great for your complexion. Years ago, I stopped eating a lot of unhealthy foods. Doing this has done wonders for my health, performance, and overall appearance. Please view in HD.

Here are the items that you will need for this recipe:
- Blender
I own a KitchenAid blender with a glass container and three speeds.

- Cutting Board

- Sharp Knife

- 2 Cups of Apple Juice/Cider (depending on the season)
Full of calcium, fiber, iron, potassium, and phosphorous. They also help with acne prevention.

- 10 Strawberries
Loaded with antioxidants, which are great at countering skin-damaging free radicals that are caused by stress.

- 3 Large Oranges
A wonderful source of Vitamin C which is needed to form collagen, a tissue that helps to hold cells together. It's essential for healthy blood vessels and aids in healing wounds and scars.

- 3 Small Celery Stalks
Packed with flavonoids, which are plant compounds with antioxidant properties that help fight aging by preventing and repairing cellular damage.

- 10 Carrots
A great source of Vitamin A. Essential for the growth and development of cells.

Preferably all ingredients are organic and purchased from local farms. I also recommend consuming it within 12 hours, so that the ingredients stay nice and fresh.


♡ For more Health and Lifestyle tips, check out my blog:

Content, editing, and compositing by Claudia Sutton.
Music composed by Alvin Muolic.




All products mentioned are personally purchased by Claudia Sutton. It is my honest opinion and I am not affiliated with any of the companies.

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