Free Jack LaLanne Power Juicer Recipes



If you have recently bought a Jack Lalanne power juicer and you are looking for some great juicer recipes, then look no further. Here is a selection of 5 healthy and tasty free Jack LaLanne power juicer recipes that are ideally suited for your power juicer machine. I have also included some of the health benefits that each of these juices can provide.

Jack LaLanne Power Juicer Recipe #1

Apple Juice
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Ingredients – 3 apples.

I always juice my apples with their skins on to take advantage of the many antioxidants that are in the skins. In fact there are more bioflavonoids, potent anti-cancer and anti-heart disease antioxidants, in the skin of apples than there are in the actual pulp of this fruit! The skins are also a great source of a LDL cholesterol lowering fiber called pectin. Pectin is a soluble fiber that makes it into the juice, only insoluble fibers are discarded by your Jack LaLanne power juicer. So when people say that juicing removes all the fiber – it ain’t true! Pectin is great because it binds with LDL cholesterol in the intestines before it gets a chance to be absorbed into the blood stream, therefore helping to lower cholesterol levels.

If the apples you are juicing are not organic, then it may be a better to peel them to reduce the amount of harmful carcinogenic pesticides in your juice.

Jack LaLanne Power Juicer Recipe #2

Apple, Lemon and Ginger
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Ingredients – 3 apples, 1/4 lemon and 1″ slice of ginger root

Apples can be juiced whole, see Jack LaLanne power Juicer Recipe #1 for more details about this. Only juice the flesh of the lemon. The whole 1″ slice of ginger can be juiced, no need for peeling.

Ginger has been used for 1000′s of years in China as an anti-inflammatory aid for reducing joint pain and arthritic symptoms. Researchers today have also found this to be true. There is a specific antioxidant in ginger, named gingerol, that can help inhibit the production of pro-inflammatory chemicals in the body.

Jack LaLanne Power Juicer Recipe #3

Carrot, Celery and Red bell Pepper
Carrot celery and red bell pepper juicer recipe

Ingredients – 4 large carrots, 4 celery stems and their leaves and 1/4 of a red bell pepper.

Rinse all ingredients thoroughly for this Jack LaLanne power juicer recipe. Cut off the carrot tops but no need to peel the carrots if they are organic. Don’t juice the seeds or the top of the bell pepper, just the main flesh of the vegetable.

Celery is one of the best vegetables for reducing blood pressure and promoting overall heart health. Celery contains antioxidants that help the muscles of the arteries to relax and therefore lower blood pressure. Celery is also a good source of heart healthy vitamin C. Vitamin C helps to protect our arteries from oxidative damage that can lead to atherosclerosis.

Jack LaLanne Power Juicer Recipe #4

Sweet Greens
Ingredients – 2 cups of pineapple (flesh only), 1 handful of spinach, 1 handful of wheatgrass.

Cut up two cups worth of pineapple flesh. Rinse spinach and wheat grass and juice them while they are wet. While wet they carry a little more weight and this helps with extracting more juice from them. For even extra juice yield wrap the wheatgrass up in the spinach before juicing.

The spinach and wheatgrass in this green juice recipe are excellent sources of the antioxidant chlorophyll. Chlorophyll has been found in test tube studies to be extremely effective at protecting cells from becoming cancerous by protecting our DNA from oxidative damage that can lead to mutated DNA patterns. Chlorophyll also helps to build red blood cells because its chemical nature is almost identical to that of a part of our red blood cells called hemin. When we actually digest chlorophyll our digestive enzymes converts it 100% into hemin!

Jack LaLanne Power Juicer Recipe #5

The Great Eight

Ingredients – 3 carrots, 1/2 potato, 3 broccoli florettes, 1/2 a beet, 1/4 of a red bell pepper, 1 tomato, 1/2 of a cucumber. A 1″ slice of ginger is optional.

This impressive vegetable juice drink is a great all round tonic. It is good for strengthening the blood, cancer prevention, promoting healthy skin, boosting the immune system and a whole lot more!

Enjoy!
To your health and well being
Darren Haynes




56 Responses to “Free Jack LaLanne Power Juicer Recipes”

  1. Cherle Velez says:

    I for years so enjoyed my recipe book that was inclued in my original order.I have juiced now for maybe 15 years and had these recipes in a book, that was shared with a friend who never returned it. Can the recipe book that was received in the pkg. when I first bought my juicer be repurchased/replaced? If so, please advise.

    Sincerely,
    Cherle

  2. veronica says:

    Hi Cherle,

    I am not sure if you can get a replacement, you may need to call the comapny to find out. On the official powerjuicer.com website they do have a list of books you can buy. Take a look – the book you need maybe one of them.

    There are some great power juicer recipes books at amazon too, such as Power Juicer Recipes at Amazon.com.

    Best
    Darren

  3. marjorie says:

    Thanks for sharing these! I just recently found my mom’s book for the juicer so CHERLE I can type out some recipes for you. I’m going to type them out and print them for my recipe book anyway so I can send you the ones I do.
    Send me a message at mlsertl@gmail.com

  4. Rhonda says:

    I am new to this forum but just recently got my juicer. I love it already and so does my family. If you would like I can scan in the manuals for you and send them. and if you have any new recipes I am looking for some different ones for me and my family. My email is stihlblue@hotmail.com

    Hope it helps
    Rhonda

  5. Karen Jones says:

    I have just had a double masectomy due to recurrence breast cancer. Do you have any recipes for jucing while going through chemo-therapy?????

  6. veronica says:

    Hi Karen,

    Sorry to hear about your second round of cancer. I don’t feel qualified to give you personal advice or suggestions, but you can check out my other post Juicing for Cancer, where I suggest two books.

    Best wishes
    Darren

  7. Luis Garcia says:

    Hi.
    Please, can you let me know how can I get some parts to replace it in my Power Juicer?. It is working well, but the plastic cover of the meddle screw is broken, and I don’t want loss it soon, I prefer check for the part to replace it.
    Thank you for your help.
    Luis Garcia

  8. veronica says:

    Hi Luis,

    Check out the official power juicer parts and accessories website to see if they have what you need. eBay is also worth a shot.

    Best
    Darren

  9. lexi says:

    Hi there, I have been looking for juice recipes and have come across the “Jack LaLanne Power Juicer Recipe #5
    The Great Eight”.
    However I am new to juicing and was wondering if you use raw potato and raw brocoli, and if you do I am guessing that its perfectly fine, but because of the nature of potatoes I have always been taught to cook it!
    Please can you confirm and enlighten me if its true for all juices to be raw in the first state.
    Many thanks
    Lexi x

  10. veronica says:

    Hi Lexi,

    Yep, I am talking in their raw state. I recommended chopping up the potatoes into smaller pieces before juicing them, they are tough, so smaller pieces is easier for the machine. Broccoli is fine in large pieces. Raw is better because cooking destroys vitamin C and other antioxidants.

    Darren

  11. Jen says:

    New to juicing, should I core the apple before juicing?

  12. veronica says:

    Hi Jen,

    Personally I don’t core the apple. Juicing it adds more to the nutritional value of the juice and wastes less of the apple. Happy juicing :-)

    Darren

  13. Bonnie says:

    How many cups of juice is enough for benefical factors. or can you do to much??

  14. veronica says:

    Hi Bonnie,

    Even a few glasses a week makes a big difference to your nutrition intake and can deliver benefits for the body. Once a day is even better and this is what we generally do. Some people even drink two glasses a day, which I believe is fine provided it is mostly vegetable juice. Fruit juice is a little sugary (even if very nutritious otherwise) and should not be overdone. My juice tend to be about 80% vegetable.

    Best
    Darren

  15. Joyce says:

    Are there any fruits and veggies that should not be juiced together?

  16. Cinda says:

    @Jen:

    Regarding your question:

    “New to juicing, should I core the apple before juicing?”

    Yes, you definitely should core the apple because the seeds contain cyanide which is toxic and poisonous.

  17. Rosemarie Conrick says:

    I would like to replace my lost Jack Lalanne recipe book. Let me know if I can purchase it.

    Thanks

    Rosemarie

  18. Pat says:

    I enjoyed making Jack’s recipe for carrot/apple bread using the pulp from these after juicing. I have lost the recipe. Would someone be willing to share.

    Thanks,

    Pat

  19. veronica says:

    Hi Rosemarie and Pat,

    You can find Jack Lalanne Recipe Books at the official site. Here is the link https://www.unitycart.com/pjss/books/books.asp

    Darren

  20. jeanne says:

    my husband and i just started juicing on 7/14/11 and we love it. Wondering how long can we keep want we juice in the refrigerator?

  21. veronica says:

    Hi Jeanne,

    Great to hear that you and your husband are juicing! Provided you put the juice in an airtight container, it should store fine for 24 hours, but you don’t want to leave it any longer than that.

    Darren

  22. Cathy D. says:

    Hi everyone! My husband and I have been juicing for a couple weeks now. We don’t really follow any recipes – just grab a little of this and a little of that from the fridge and put it in the juicer for breakfast. We stopped combining veggies and fruit and now only do them separately because there were several juice results that created a burning/tingling sensation on the tongue, throat & even in the stomach. We assumed there was maybe something going on with the acidity or ph balance or something? Has anyone else had this problem or know what is causing it?

    Thanks in advance!

    ~Cathy

  23. Cinda says:

    @Cathy D:

    Congratulations to you and your hubby on your juicing journey. I would need to know WHICH fruit you juiced with WHAT veggies to specifically address your problem. However, that being said, according juicing-for-health.com, some fruits and veggies should not be mixed. For example, the “Green Juice”/”Green Drinks” such as spinach, cabbage, kale; parsley, etc, can be bitter by themselves, and can be sweetened by adding fresh carrot or apples. “NO OTHER FRUIT JUICE SHOULD BE ADDED.” Hope this helps.

  24. Cinda says:

    @Rosemarie and Pat:

    I, too, misplaced my Jack Lalanne Recipe book with the beautiful color photos. If you’re looking for another copy of that particular recipe book that came with the Jack Lalanne Power Juicer, you may be able to find it on E-bay. That’s where I found mine.

  25. Cathy D. says:

    @Cinda ~

    Thanks! I’m not sure which veggies in particular my husband used but you gave us some great info for future reference! Thanks so much :)

  26. Anita says:

    plan to freeze into ice cubes so that efforts will last longer

  27. Kailey says:

    I just bought a JL juice machine. I can’t wait for a life changing experience. Thank you for this informative site.

  28. Sandra derr says:

    What is a good vegetable juice for beginners easy on the stomach

  29. veronica says:

    Hi Sandra,

    Carrots are one of the easiest vegetables on digestion and a great place to start. Celery and cucumber are good options too. Start to gradually add some leafy greens and other green vegetables and see how you go.

    Darren

  30. Kathleen says:

    Hi I would like some vegetable juice recipes as I son’t get enough greens in my diet. htought juicing would be a great way to do it.
    please tell me where I can get some great recipes.
    Thank you
    Kathleen

  31. veronica says:

    Hi Kathleen,

    Check out our other free juice recipes pages –

    Fruit juice recipes
    Vegetable juice recipes

  32. April says:

    Hello everyone, I am new to this just bought my juicer a few days ago. I was wondering if anyone knows where I can find a list of recipes or if anyone has any that hides the veritable flavors. Kind of like the v8 that tastes like fruit but has your veggies too? I like some veggies but I know I need more in my day.

  33. lynn says:

    o.k., I am confused. One person says that it is ok to use the apple core and another person says not to because the seeds contain cyanide!!
    help me, please because i have been putting in the whole apple, core and all!!!

  34. veronica says:

    Hi Lynn,

    It is true that apple pips contain cyanide, but in very small doses! Check out the following link, it gives some great information on the subject. http://www.snopes.com/food/warnings/apples.asp

    Darren

  35. Sherrie says:

    Hello, just started this juicing for the wonderful benefits, but also for weight loss. Does anyone know how much i should drink to start dropping the pounds? Also, doesit take a month, two, or what to actually see and feel the results? Regardless, I know this is essential to my overall health and will continue to do. Thanks for any and all advise.

  36. Cinda says:

    Hi, Sherrie

    Congratulations on wanting to take the journey to optimal health. You will lose weight in the process. In the beginning, you will lose 2 lbs a day (the first 4 days) and one lb a day after that. My sister started her weight loss juice 30-day fast with the Mean Green Juice on 5 Oct, and so far has lost 15 lbs. She looks great. Her goal is to lose 30 lbs. She drinks 6 8 oz glasses of the Mean Green Juice (a total of 48 oz a day). For more motivation and inspiration, you should look at the documentary video “Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead”. You can order it on Netflix or on amazon.com. It chronicles 2 mens’ journey to excellent health. They experienced weight loss and lowered their cholesterol and blood pressure and eliminated their prescription drugs. The recipe for the “Mean Green Juice” is in this movie. One guy lost 120 lbs (he was 305) and he drank 64 oz of juice a day. It is an inspirational movie. Good luck on your journey.

  37. Berny says:

    I have just bought the JL juicer. My daughter and I have been trying different combinations of fruits and veggies. She is not to crazy about some veggies. She loves the apples. I started on this journey because I also have been watching “Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead”. Also, I have been watching “Food, Inc.” and “Food Matters” which tells you about our food industries in the US. My main purpose is to get healthy and lose some weight as well.

  38. Amber says:

    I bought my juiceman machine today. I start a 45-60 day juice diet tomorrow. I can’t wait to see what it does to my body. I’m glad to see that more people are seeing just how bad our food supply is.

  39. Cinda says:

    @Amber CONGRATULATIONS on your juicing/get healthy journey! Be sure to concentrate on drinking your vegetable juices vs fruit juices. Jucing fruit releases concentrated levels of sugar into your system and adds calories which could impede your ability to lose the weight. My philosophy is “Drink the veggies, eat the fruit” If you ever feel discouraged and start to backslide, pop in the video “Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead” and get motivated all over again. I’ve done that and it helps to put be back on track. It is VERY entertaining and inspirational They have a “Mean Green” Juice they drank to help one of the guys lose over 100 lbs, decrease his cholestorol, lower his blood pressure and eliminate his prescription drugs!! The recipe for the “Mean Green” juice is in this documentary movie. I’ve been doing my jucing since Aug 2010, and I’ve never felt better! I’m 58, look 38 and feel like a teenager (18)! I’ve got so much energy and my skin is glowing. Stay focussed and you will succeed in achieving optimal health! It’s not about losing weight (although that’s one of the benefits of juicing), it’s about getting healthy! Some people say it’s expensive to go raw and juice your vegetables, I say it’s more expensive to pay doctor’s and hospital bills and take medication.

  40. Parie WIlliams says:

    Since my juicing experience, I have never felt better. I am a former cancer patient. I love the life change. I am 42, look 32,. It’s only been a month a juicing, I can walk longer distances then ever before. I also received a Hysterectomy at age 29,.It’s been twelve long years of my bones hurting and sore muscles. The juicing has definately changed my life. Thank you!

    Parie WIlliams

  41. Jeff says:

    I’m looking to lose weight and get healthier at the same time. Does this juice maker and juice fast real show results?

  42. Cinda says:

    Hi, Jeff:

    As with all changes to your diet regimen, it is recommended that you consult with your physician before delving into a juice fast. If you have health issues, such as diabetes, or taking medication for a heart condition, it may not be wise to take on a 30-day fast. You’d probably be better off doing a 10-day fast.

    Congratulations on wanting to take the journey to optimal health. You will defintely lose weight in the process. In the beginning, you will lose 2 lbs a day (the first 4 days) and one lb a day after that. My sister started her weight loss juice 30-day fast with the Mean Green Juice on 5 Oct 2011, and lost a total of 40 lbs. She looks great. Her goal was to lose 30 lbs. (You may lose the weight quicker than she did; men usually do). She drinks 6 8 oz glasses of the Mean Green Juice (a total of 48 oz a day). Stay away from the fruit juices because they have too much concentrated sugar and will add calories. My motto: Eat your fruit; drink your veggies.

    For more motivation and inspiration, you should look at the documentary video “Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead”. You can order it on Netflix or on amazon.com. It chronicles 2 mens’ journey to excellent health. They experienced weight loss and lowered their cholesterol and blood pressure and eliminated their prescription drugs. The recipe for the “Mean Green Juice” is in this movie. One guy lost 120 lbs (he was 305) and he drank 64 oz of juice a day. It is an inspirational movie.

    Good luck on your journey.

  43. Cory says:

    Hi, I want to start juicing but dont know which juicer to buy? Any suggestions? P.S. I will be juicing fruits and veges. Thanks!

  44. veronica says:

    Hi Cory,

    To learn more about juicer machines check out our guide at http://juicerrecipesnow.com/how-to-choose-the-best-juice-extractor-juicer-machine-for-you/

    Darren

  45. Jennifer says:

    Hi, Im new to juicing and pregnant, my doctor says juicing is fine, but I wanted to know if anyone had any good recipes.

  46. jimmy says:

    just got our Jack LaLanne power juicer, we are still learning!

  47. jimmy says:

    learning each day.. and loving it !

  48. Alex & Charisse says:

    Hi all! Does anyone have a copy of the original Juicer recipe book that came with the juicer? We have misplaced ours.
    Thanks so much!

  49. Norma says:

    I just ordered my Jack LaLane Power Juicer on E-Bay and am anxiously waiting for it to arrive! I cannot wait to start juicing! Although I go to the gym 3 times per week, my diet is somewhat healthy, and I take my vitamins and supplements, I always feel tired and run down. I watched an infomercial on juicing and realized there was more I could do to improve my health. I am looking forward to embarking on this juicing journey!

  50. Edwina says:

    Hello! I am soo excited because I found my Jack Lelanne’s Juicer Express at my local thrift store, what a blessing for I have been wanting a juicer for sometime now but could not fit it into my budget! Thanks for the great recipes! I will share with my Silver Ladies Fitness Class!

  51. nadine says:

    Hello, Edwina I just got 2 Jack Lelanne Juicers for 6.99 each at a Goodwill store! So my grandchildren and I are having a great time turning everything into juice. One thing I learned that I have never handled a fresh Mango and have no idea how to tell if it’s ripe and ready to juice and how to use it in the juicer. Do you remove the core and freeze the pulp with or without the skin?

  52. veronica says:

    Hi Nadine,

    You got a great bargain :-)

    To tell if a mango is ripe just give it a gentle squeeze and if it gives a little under your fingers, it is ripe and ready to eat or juice. If it doesn’t give at all then it is still too hard and not ripe. If you fingers push too easily into the mango then it is too soft/bad.

    When juicing a mango, definitely remove that big stone, and remove the skin also. A juicing machine will juice the skin no problem, put mango skin is extremely sour and tastes awful when juiced, or at least it does to my palate :-)

    Darren

  53. Richard says:

    I just received my very first juicer for Christmas. I turn 50 in less than 3 weeks, and would like to start living healthier. I am not overweight by any definition, but I would like to lose some weight. Can you reccommend any recipes that are good at “Curbing” the appetite?

  54. veronica says:

    Hi Richard,

    Congrats on getting your first juicer :-)
    We got some info on juicing to help lose weight in our post http://juicerrecipesnow.com/juice-diet-recipes/

    Happy juicing
    Darren

  55. sherry says:

    i had a Lalanne juicer years ago and it finally gave out on me a friend bought me a new juicer but no recipe book with it i was wondering if someone could post a bunch of recipes for me since i cant afford to buy any recipe books and im recovering from sugery and really need my juices
    Thank you
    Sherry

  56. veronica says:

    Hi Sherry,

    We have many recipes here that you can try. The following are a few of the pages that contain recipes:

    http://juicerrecipesnow.com
    http://juicerrecipesnow.com/category/fruit-juicer-recipes/
    http://juicerrecipesnow.com/15/

    Have fun
    Darren

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