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Healthy, Refreshing & Detox Grape Juice With A Twist

Light, refreshing, delicious, and detoxing: This grape juice recipe has a twist. It is made with Grape, Radish, Celery, Ginger, and Lemon. I love it because it’s quite filling. The celery adds extra fiber and the lemon and ginger add extra flavor.

Grape juices get much popularity from their health benefits and detoxing abilities. Drinking this tasty drink will help flush the harmful toxins out of your body.

The high levels of antioxidants and vitamins in grape juice also benefit your health. It helps to improve the immune system, promotes weight loss, and improves digestion. Grape juice is good for your heart too!

Grape, Radish and Celery Juice - Grape Juice
Grape Juice: Grape, Radish and Celery Juice

The health benefits of the ingredients

Grapes are rich in nutrients and antioxidants, contributing to good health. Grapes may:

  • help lower blood pressure
  • help reduce cholesterol
  • protect against certain types of cancer

Want to find out more about the health benefits of grapes, visit healthline.com

Radish contains lots of vitamin C, calcium, and iron. It is also rich in B-complex vitamins, which help the body turn carbohydrates into energy. Radish has anti-inflammatory properties, which may help reduce pain in people who suffer from arthritis or gout. If you enjoy radish juice, try our recipe:

Celery is a good source of fiber, and nutrients, such as zinc, copper, folate, biotin, and other B vitamins. Celery is also a natural source of sodium and potassium, two minerals that help maintain fluid balance in your body.

Ginger has many great health benefits. It helps to relieve nausea, and it’s a natural treatment for colds and flu. Ginger can also help with digestion issues and joint pain. it is an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and anti-parasitic herb that can help with digestion and boost your immune system.

Lemon is a natural source of vitamin C, which helps boost your immunity and fight off infections. It also contains antioxidants that may help prevent cell damage caused by free radicals. Lemons are good for the digestive system because they contain pectin fiber, which helps promote bowel movements and relieve constipation.

Grape Juice: Grape, Radish and Celery Juice
Grape, Radish and Celery Juice

Ingredients for the Grape Juice recipe

  • Seedless grapes: you can choose red or green grapes and make sure they are seedless. They will be much better to blend or juice.
  • Radish: I use regular red radishes. Feel free to use other types of radishes.
  • Celery: sticks and leaves; it doesn’t matter.
  • Ginger: always use fresh ginger when juicing.
  • Lemon: the juice of one lemon is enough for 1 – 2 people.
  • Water: if you use a blender, you will need to add water.
  • Sugar/honey, optional: I prefer not adding any sweeteners because, most of the time, the grapes are very sweet.
  • Salt is optional: for more flavoring.

How to make the Grape Juice recipe

There are two methods: 1) Using a juicer and 2) Using a blender

Method 1: If you use a juicer, you will have to adjust the amount of the ingredients depending on the amount of juice you want. The beverage will be stronger because you will not add any water.

If using a juicer, rinse and dry your produce. For the lemon, remove the wind and the white part completely. Prep your juicer. Turn your machine on and run all the ingredients through the juicer. Use your pusher as needed to push the ingredients through the tube.

Method 2: When using a blender to make juice, you need to add a liquid, and it is usually water. The water will help the fruits to break down into a smooth liquid. Make sure you rinse and dry your produce before blending.

Prep your ingredients.

  • Wash the grapes very well, blot them dry with paper towels and add them to the blender.
  • Wash the celery stalk, cut it into 2-inch sticks, and add to the blender.
  • Juice the lemon, and add the liquid to the blender.
  • Wash the radishes and cut them into smaller pieces.
  • Wash the ginger and remove the skin. Chop into smaller pieces before adding to the blender

Blend all the ingredients until smooth. You may want to strain or not strain the beverage. Pour into a glass, and enjoy.

grape juice
Grape, Radish and Celery Juice

Notes and Tips to make the Grape Juice recipe

  • You can make this recipe in a juicer or blender.
  • Add some water if you choose to make this recipe in a blender. This will help keep the ingredients from becoming too thick or clumpy.
  • You can use orange, grapefruit, or another citrus juice to substitute the water.
  • You can choose to strain the juice or not. I usually do not because of the pulp’s goodness and health benefits.

If you like juices with radish, try these recipes

This grape juice is not only refreshing but, because of its ingredients, is also highly detoxifying while at the same time nourishing.

grape juice

Grape Juice: Grape, Radish, and Celery Juice

Fresh grape juice with celery, radish, lemon, and fresh ginger. Get your daily dose of Vitamin C today!
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Prep Time 15 mins
Course Beverages, Breakfast
Servings 2
Calories 473 kcal

Equipment

Ingredients
  

  • 1 – 2 pounds grapes of your choice
  • 1 – 2 celery stalks cleaned and cut into 2-inch pieces
  • ½ inch ginger fresh
  • 3-4 radishes cleaned and cut into halves.
  • Juice of 1 lemon
  • Water if needed
  • Sweetener: sugar or honey optional
  • Dash of Salt: optional

Instructions
 

There are two methods: 1) Using a juicer and 2) Using a blender

    Method 1: If you use a juicer, you will have to adjust the amount of the ingredients depending on the amount of juice you want. The beverage will be stronger because you will not add any water.

    • If using a juicer, rinse and dry your produce. For the lemon, remove the wind and the white part completely. Prep your juicer. Turn your machine on and run all the ingredients through the juicer. Use your pusher as needed to push the ingredients through the tube.

    Method 2: When using a blender to make juice, you need to add a liquid, and it is usually water. The water will help the fruits to break down into a smooth liquid. Make sure you rinse and dry your produce before blending.

    • Prep your ingredients.
    • Wash the grapes very well, blot them dry with paper towels and add them to the blender.
    • Wash the celery stalk, cut it into 2-inch sticks, and add to the blender.
    • Juice the lemon, and add the liquid to the blender.
    • Wash the radishes and cut them into smaller pieces.
    • Wash the ginger and remove the skin. Chop into smaller pieces before adding to the blender
    • Blend all the ingredients until smooth. You may want to strain or not strain the beverage. Pour into a glass, and enjoy.

    Notes

    • You can make this recipe in a juicer or blender.
    • Add some water if you make this recipe in a blender. This will help keep the ingredients from becoming too thick or clumpy.
    • You can use orange, grapefruit, or another citrus juice to substitute the water.
    • You can choose to strain the juice or not. I usually do not because of the pulp’s goodness and health benefits.

    Nutrition

    Calories: 473kcalCarbohydrates: 124gProtein: 5gFat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0.4gPolyunsaturated Fat: 0.3gMonounsaturated Fat: 0.1gSodium: 21mgPotassium: 1336mgFiber: 6gSugar: 106gVitamin A: 476IUVitamin C: 23mgCalcium: 72mgIron: 2mg

    Please keep in mind that nutritional information is a rough estimate and can vary greatly based on the products used.

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