Red Pepper-Mint Juice Recipe

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Load up on this soothing Red Pepper-Mint Juice recipe, which is brimming with vitamin and manganese.
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Lose weight, boost energy and supercharge your health. Doctor Ginger Southall outlines the importance of juicing high-glycemic vegetables in her book “The Rainbow Juice Cleanse.”
1 serving SERVINGS


  • 2 red bell peppers, cored and seeded
  • 2 stalks celery, roughly chopped
  • 1 inch fresh ginger root, unpeeled

After Juicing

  • Fresh mint leaves, crushed
  • Stevia, to taste (optional)


  • Run the red peppers, celery, and ginger root through the juicer. Pour the juice in a glass along with a crunched up handful of mint and add stevia, if desired.

    Find more recipes and information in The Rainbow Juice Cleanse Explained.

    Reprinted with permission from The Rainbow Juice Cleanse © 2015 by Dr. Ginger Southall, Running Press, a member of the Perseus Books Group.

Did you know that juicing high-glycemic vegetables can affect the intricate physiology of the body? Doctor Ginger Southall’s new book The Rainbow Juice Cleanse (Running Press, 2015) showcases how juicing with all colors of the rainbow can ensure the best possible nutrition profile. This excerpt explains the benefits of the rainbow juice cleanse.

Restore and rejuvenate yourself with this soothing, minty juice, containing vitamin E, manganese, and over thirty known members of the carotenoid, phytonutrient family! Impressive!

Red Pepper-Mint Juice

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