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Juice Up Your New Year

Mid-day, Mumbai, Modified: January 07, 2013 12:39 IST

Juice Up Your New Year Stick to your New Year resolution of staying fit with healthy, fruit juices that will help de-tox your body after a season of non-stop binging and partying.

For the new dieter >>

Apple, Carrot, celery and ginger juice
This negative calorie-rich juice will help you burn more calories to digest than the amount it contains.
> 1 medium apple, cored and diced
> 1 medium carrot, diced
> 25 cm stalk celery, chopped
> 1 cm piece ginger, grated and juice squeezed out

Mix the apple, carrot, celery and ginger juice into a juicer. Process and pour into a glass and drink immediately. For best results drink unstrained juice so you benefit from its fibre content.

For the party animal >>

Watermelon, lime, mint juice
Drink all your guilt away with this juice that will help you detox after all the tipsy night outs.
> 2 cups watermelon
> 1 small lime
> Handful of Spearmint
> 1 cm piece ginger

Put the watermelon, lime, and mint into a blender, process and pour into a glass unstrained. Drink immediately.

For the workaholic >>

Dragon Fruit, Kaffir Lime & lemon juice
Refresh your senses and get the energy to resume work with this Vitamin C-rich juice.
> 1 cup dragon fruit
> 1/2 cup grapes
> 2-3 kafir lime leaves
> 1/2 lemon

Mix the dragon fruit pineapple, carrot, spinach and lemon into a juicer. Pour into a glass and drink immediately. Recipes courtesy: Rushina Munshaw-Ghildiyal

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