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“Spring Zing” Juice for a Spring Cleanse

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I juice just about every day, and when we change seasons I like to switch up my ingredients to suit the new season. This “Spring Zing” juice was just what I needed for a spring cleanse!

Why This Recipe Works

This juice works so well because it’s so light and fresh, with just a touch of sweetness from the pineapple. The parsley, lemon, and wheatgrass signal to the body that it’s time to wake up! Winter is over, and we are ready to rejuvenate.

The carrots, celery, cucumber and spinach make this juice taste like it’s fresh from the garden – which it practically is. I love a flavorful, crisp drink like this in the morning – it is so refreshing!

The Juicer

I used to have a Breville upright juicer, but a few years ago purchased a slow masticating juicer. This type of juicer has a higher juice yield because it squeezes more nutrients out of your fruits and veggies, which is a huge health bonus as well as a money-saver.

It’s a bit slower than my old Breville, but I don’t mind at all, and because of the added benefits, I think it’s totally worth it. Here is the one I use: Cold PressJuicer,AMZCHEF Slo Masticating Juicer Machine

Green juices are a favorite of mine for the spring and are excellent to support your liver Qi. Wheatgrass, parsley, spinach, celery, and bok choy are all excellent choices for juicing.

The Ingredients

Wheatgrass in particular is an powerhouse food to add to your rotation come springtime; it is a super source of chlorophyll, a cell stimulator, rejuvenator, and red blood cell builder. It has a wide array of vitamins and minerals, and has been shown to purify the blood which in turn helps cleanse the kidneys, liver, and urinary tract. It is also extremely rich in free-radical scavengers.

Lemon is a great source of vitamin c and gives this juice an extra boost of freshness and invigoration. And if you like zest and want to make this juice even more zing-y, you could add a small knob of fresh ginger. Either way, it’s delicious – I could not get enough of it!

How to Make This Recipe

Here’s one of the reasons I love juicing so much: it’s so fast to make. You literally just juice the ingredients, and you’re done! Drink it right away for the most benefits.


If you like this recipe, try my Two Ingredient “Wake-Up” Watermelon Juice, or if you’re looking for something a bit thicker, go for my Zucchini Cocoa Berry Smoothie. And if you made this recipe, please rate it, and let me know what you think in the comments!

“Spring Zing” Juice for a Healthy Spring Cleanse

Recipe by Alessandra Macaluso
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  • 1 handful fresh spinach

  • 2 stalks celery

  • 1/2 cucumber, skin on, cut into chunks

  • 1/4 lemon, skin on

  • 1 small handful fresh parsley

  • 5-6 small chunks of pineapple (see note)

  • 1 small handful of wheat grass (see note)

  • 3 carrots, peeled and cut into chunks


  • Beginning with the wheat grass and parsley, juice all ingredients. Fresh juice is meant to be enjoyed right away, so drink up!

    Cheers to spring, and happy, healthy, liver Qi.


  • You can use 1 apple cut into wedges with the seeds removed in place of the pineapple, if you prefer.
  • You want to be sure to not consume more than 2 oz. of wheat grass juice at a time, as it could make you nauseous.

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Alessandra Macaluso is the author of What a Good Eater! , Lucy the Bee and the Healing Honey, and The Real-Deal Bridal Bible. She’s also a Qigong and Tai Chi instructor, and overall wellness advocate. Her work has been featured in several anthologies which can all be found on her Amazon author page, and she has contributed to The Huffington Post, Scary Mommy, TODAY Parents, and many other online publications.

Alessandra is a northerner-turned-southerner, enjoying the south with her children, Penelope and Ciro, and her husband, Greg.

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