Liver Cleansing Juice

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A easy and tasty juice for liver cleanse

Juicing is a powerful way to maintain liver detoxification without compromising the body’s natural healing process. Here is one of our favourite juice recipes that’s great for liver cleansing, anti-oxidation and anti-inflammation.

The Importance of Liver Cleansing

Your liver might just be the most underappreciated organ in your body.

It is your body’s largest internal organ and one of its important functions is to help remove toxins and harmful substances. Your liver functions in your body in a similar way a filter would. Just as a filter catches the dirt and solid particles, the liver detoxifies our bodies from harmful chemicals and toxins found in food and in our environment. Besides its primary role in protecting your body from harmful substances, your liver plays other key roles, too. 

3 Primary Key Roles that Protect Your Body

1. Your liver is…Your power source.

The liver helps digest your food and turns it into energy. By converting proteins, carbohydrates, fat, and vitamins into energy, the liver ensures that your body has what it needs to keep going.

2. Your liver is…Your engine.

It drives many of your body’s critical systems and when it breaks down, your body will too.

3. Your liver is…Your hormone regulator.

One of the most important functions of the liver is to break down and remove excess hormones from your body. One hormone, in particular, is estrogen.

Just because it sits quietly in your body most of the time doesn’t mean it can thrive without special care. Maybe 20 or 30 years ago, a healthy person’s liver did just fine without any extra support, but today we live in a different world. 

It’s important that we pay close attention to how we feel and how our body performs on a day to day basis and if needed, give our liver some extra help and support. 

Juicing is a powerful way to support the cleansing of your liver

13 Signs and Symptoms Your Liver Is Not Functioning Optimally

  1. Bloating and gas
  2. Acid reflux and heartburn
  3. Constipation
  4. Skin and/or eyes that are yellowish 
  5. Inability to lose weight
  6. High blood pressure
  7. Moodiness, anxiety or depression
  8. Dark urine
  9. Rosacea
  10. Chronic fatigue
  11. Excessive sweating
  12. Bruise easily
  13. Poor appetite

Fortunately, you can help improve your liver’s functioning. If you feel that your liver could use a boost, start by cleaning up your diet. Minimize processed foods, base your diet on fresh, organic, raw fruits and vegetables, including at least 2 litres of clean filtered water and don’t forget to move your body – daily. Also try adding this liver cleansing juice with beet, carrot, orange, lemon, ginger into your daily diet for a few weeks.

Liver Cleansing Juice Recipe

A easy and tasty juice for liver cleanse
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Liver Cleansing Juice

Juicing is a powerful way to support the cleansing of your liver without compromising the body’s natural healing process. Here’s one of our favorite juice combinations that contains unique antioxidants and anti-inflammatory nutrients to help with the detoxification process, nourish your liver cells and support their regeneration.
Prep Time10 mins
Cuisine: raw
Servings: 1


  • 1 beet
  • 10 carrots
  • 2 oranges peeled
  • 1 lemon peeled
  • 1 inch piece of ginger


  • Prep all your produce - wash, peel and cut. 
    Put all ingredients through a juice extractor (juicer). Stir and serve immediately.


Don't have a juicer?
That's okay. You can still enjoy this power drink by following these instructions: 
  1. Prep all your produce - wash, peel and cut. 
  2. Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth, adding about 1/4 cup of filtered water. 
  3. Place a fine-mesh strainer over a large bowl and pour the juice over. Use a wooden spoon or spatula to press the pulp down and squeeze all of the juice out. Allow sitting for 2-3 minutes to let most of the juice drain. 
  4. Discard pulp and pour your juice into a serving glass. Drink immediately. 
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If you are looking for more low sugar, health-promoting juice recipes try this  Celery Juice Recipe For Beginners and Toxin Cleansing Juice.

If you try this juice, let us know! Leave a comment, and don’t forget to tag a photo #avrecipes on Instagram. Healing is an exciting adventure and more simple than we’ve been led to believe. Please share this with the people you love and care about. ❤

Dedicated to your health & wellbeing,

16 responses to “Liver Cleansing Juice”

  1. Bought your book and do not want charges on my credit card. Can I participate for the free 58 days you are offering and be done?

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    • We drink fresh juice daily – variety is key. Incorporating different juices helps ensure you are getting a variety of vitamins + minerals. As for the Liver Cleansing Juice specifically, we would recommend every 3-5 days – just check in with your body and see how you feel. When beet juice is taken alone, in greater quantities than an average wine glass, may cause a cleansing reaction. This may make some individuals a little dizzy or nauseated.

    • For sure!! Adding cayenne into any juice is great at helping clear the body of mucus, and also the turmeric is great support for relieving inflammation. Would love to know how it tastes 😉

  2. Hi, I dont have a juicer and was wondering why you say the pulp is discarded when using a blender. Is it beneficial?
    Ive been using my blender, freezing leftover and when a bit defrosted make a delicious sorbert for desert or a late night snack.
    Love your recipies and look forward to trying them 🙂

    • Glad you are enjoying our recipes and the blended juices. Great question about the pulp – if you are straining the juice than you can definitely save the pulp and use it for crackers, sorbet, and so on… We recommend to strain it, because 1) if you don’t it’s basically a smoothie (which is fine!). But 2) by separating the liquid and the pulp you can digest the nutrients of the juice much faster and easier. The pulp provides fibre therefore the nutrients would not be as readily available to you (still beneficial with the pulp, though).

  3. Hi, I have been experiencing severe headache, pains in my upper right abdomen , pains in my legs and sour but bitter taste in my mouth.i s it bcos my liver is getting worse? What should I do to correct it. I hv been living with hepatitis b for almost 11 years now. Thanks

    • Thanks for getting in touch! Please know that we are not doctors, so I strongly suggest that you seek the advice of trusted health care provider. It sounds like your body is in a chronic state of acidosis and in need of detoxification.The liver is an amzing organ – it’s your natural build-in filter that helps the body clear out toxins. It’s so vital to our health and wellbeing that it’s the only organ in the human body that can regenerate itself. A great resource to learn more about how to support this regenerative process of your liver is The Amazing Liver & Gallbladder Flush by Andreas Moritz. Hope this helps. Feel better soon!

  4. Good morning
    this is great information. I wanted to know if I can freeze this or do I have to drink it as soon as I prepare it?

    • Hi Celeste,

      Great question – juice is always best to drink it fresh. However, if you cannot drink it right away then we do recommend freezing it rather than storing it in your refrigerator. This will help keep keep more of the nutrients locked in as opposed to refrigerating it.

      Quick tip – just be sure to leave about 1″ or so at top of the glass bottle you plan to freeze otherwise it may crack the glass.

      Hope that helps!

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