Immune Boosting Juice

By Jordan Miller;

We all know how debilitating a cold or flu can be, so Kyla and I have shared a recipe (courtesy of Nomi Shannon) to help boost your immune system into better health. This juice is loaded with many nutrients. If you feel like you're coming down with something, we suggest that you prepare one of these drinks to get you back on track. This drink is highly detoxifying and cleansing. Make sure to chew your juice to get your digestion activated, otherwise you may experience cramps if you drink it too fast. Most importantly, have fun with it!

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Immune Boosting Juice


2 large stalks celery, include leaves
2 large carrots, unpeeled
1 apple, skin on
1/2 to 1 in (1 to 2.5 cm) fresh ginger root, unpeeled
1 lemon, include rind
1/4 cup (60 mL) fresh or frozen blueberries
2 whole beets (peeled)


Juice all ingredients in a juicer.

If making in a blender: put 1/2 cup (125 mL) water in blender, cut up all ingredients into small pieces and add to blender; blend until smooth. Line a large measuring cup or bowl with a nut milk bag or cheesecloth, and pour liquid through.

Serves 1.

Nutritional Information:

Each serving contains: 180 calories; 3 g protein; 1 g total fat (0 g trans fat); 56 g carbohydrates; 14 g fibre; 205 mg sodium

*Ensure that you wash ingredients thoroughly. You can use a few drops of grapefruit essential oil in a sink of warm water to ensure all bacteria and microbes have been cleansed. Let the celery, carrots, apple, lemon and beets sit in the warm water for 5 -10 minutes, then wash thoroughly.

** You may play with this recipe and add whatever you wish.

Your question: What other ingredients would you add or take out of the mix? (post your comments below)


About the Author : Jordan Miller is the co-founder of He has overcome illness through dietary/lifestyle changes, and practicing a positive mindset daily. Jordan is currently learning about traditional North American medicinal herbs, in hopes of becoming a Certified Herbalist.


  1. I think the energy boosting juice listed above has too much sugar (apples, carrots, and beets!). You should try more greens instead....sugar is sugar and is not good for anyone!

  2. Thanks for your comment Veronica. We agree, sugar is certainly something we should not be consuming, but a little sugar from whole food doesn't hurt. In fact, there are some cultures, predominately in the Southern hemisphere whom eat fruit as there main staple. There bodies are biochemically structured for this type of diet. You see, everyone's body has specific biochemical needs, some people function well on fruit and some others not so much. If we consume food in its whole unadulterated form, we should have no problems. There are plenty of benefits to apples, carrots, and beets in themselves that outweigh the apparent negatives. If unsure, we ask that everyone use their instinct to determine what is right for them, as everyone is different. ~ with love, Jordan & Kyla

  3. is it best to extract juice only or blend the whole veg/fruit and what equipment is recommended.


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