By Katja Kromann
Cooking from scratch with whole foods - grain free

Red beet juice with ginger

Red beet juice with ginger

I firmly believe that good health comes through healthy eating habits. With so much health advice floating around out there it is hard to believe what healthy eating is exactly. I think 'eating the rainbow' makes a whole lot of sense with the different colors of the vegetables and fruits symbolizing different types of nutrition and vitamins.

One of the ways I have added more raw veggies and fruits to my diet has been in the way of smoothies/juices. They taste great and they are so easy to make and best of all, I get so much energy when I drink them.

If you have ever made juices you have probably seen how certain ingredients, when mixed together, make a sort of questionable color, ie. brown. While the juice may still taste great, it doesn't really look all that appetizing. I think it should. So today I am posting three great smoothie/juice recipes that are not brown. They are red, (bright)yellow and green. These are juices that I rotate in my own diet.


1/2 - 1 apple, cored

1 - 2 carrots, peeled

1 beet, peeled

1/2 lemon seeded and peeled

piece of ginger

A glass of water with ice cubes

Blend in a Vitamix or other high power blender.

red smoothie juice

red smoothie juice

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Katja Kromann
About Katja Kromann

I am a Danish American decorating life in Seattle. I love all things design and I love coming up with or simply documenting the dishes we eat so that I can go here for inspiration.

I can’t think of anything more fun than coming up with a recipe or project, making it, photographing it and sharing it with you on my websites. My Portfolio
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