5 Healthy Juices to Drink That Aren’t Celery

As the celery juice trend continues to take over the world, it’s got me wondering what other fresh juices pack a nutritious punch. Because as healthy as the Medical Medium says it is for you, let’s be honest, celery juice tastes like shit, so maybe something that’s a bit more appealing to the taste buds?

The options are honestly endless since you can juice just about anything. Plus, celery isn’t the only fruit or veggie with some pretty great health benefits. If you’re tired of just celery juice, here are a few options to mix things up a bit.


Papaya is not only delicious, but it’s known for helping to make your skin glow when eaten regularly. You can juice it solo or add in some carrot, which is also known to be amazing for your complexion.

Citrus and veggies

If you’re someone who really struggles to get the celery juice down because of taste, I’ve found that adding in citrus to veggie-heavy juices helps the flavor a ton. Try a beetroot, grapefruit, spinach and orange combo. You’ll get lots of nutritious goodness and end up with a juice that doesn’t taste horrible.

Ginger and lemon

Ginger is known to work wonders for inflammation, but it would be hard to sip on as a solo juice. Lemon makes everything better, so I suggest adding equal parts of it to make the juice more drinkable.

Cucumber combo

If you’re needing a boost to your digestive system, celery juice really is the way to go, but you can make it a little tastier by adding in cucumber and a touch of citrus like lemon or orange. You’ll still reap the digestive benefits while drinking something that doesn’t taste horrible.

Blueberry and pomegranate

If you’re looking for the ultimate punch of antioxidants, you can never go wrong with blueberries and pomegranates. Pomegranates can help remove free radicals from your body while the antioxidants in both fruits help prevent heart disease and have shown to reduce the risk of cancer.

Like I said before, the combinations and possibilities when it comes to juicing are endless. If you’re curious about how something would taste, juice it and find out!

Any must-make recommendations?

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  1. Ahh I can not really get on that juice bandwagon for the life of me haha, I always just prefer plain water. I do see how juices have a ton of health benefits, but I do eat a lot of veggies and fruit regularly. However, that veggie and citrus combo sounds delicious, I might have to try that one!
    xx Janine

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