This green Anti-Bloat Green Juice uses ingredients known to help reduce symptoms of bloating and water retention. Try this delicious and nutritious green veggie drink using a blender or a juicer.

a glass of anti-bloat juice.

Whether you’ve just overindulged at a social gathering or want to kickstart a new eating lifestyle, this green Anti-Bloat Juice will provide the comfort you are looking for.

Ease that unsettled stomach with this special blend of fruits, vegetables, and herbs that you are sure to enjoy.

Anti-Bloat Green Juice Benefits

  • If you find yourself rushing through your daily routine, you can easily make this juice ahead of time for convenient relief. Anti-Bloat Juice can be kept in an air-tight container for up to 3-4 days. Just be sure to shake the contents before serving.
  • This recipe can be made in either a juicer or a blender, so do not fret if you only have one or the other. You can enjoy this beverage in minutes, either way!
  • Anti-Bloat Juice is only made with whole, natural ingredients, so you can be sure that you are not only comforting that gassy tummy, but will also be packing a ton of nutrients into your diet. Vegetable juicing is a great way to increase fluid intake.

Key Ingredients

  • Cucumber: Cucumbers are high in water content and are known for their high water content. They are also low in calories and high in fiber, which can aid in digestion.
  • Celery: Celery is another ingredient high in water content and is also rich in fiber. Celery juice is a popular trend used as a gentle laxative.
  • Fennel: Fennel is often used to combat digestive problems, including bloating, cramping, and indigestion.
  • Kale: This leafy green is packed with fiber, which is essential for healthy digestion. Fiber helps to keep things moving through the digestive system, which can relieve constipation and the bloating associated with it. Kale is one of the healthiest cruciferous vegetables and should be part of your daily diet.
  • Lemon: Lemon juice can stimulate the production of bile, which aids in digestion. Additionally, its acidity can help to break down food more effectively. This can lead to a reduction in the build-up of gas and alleviate bloating. Lemon are also high in vitamin C and are great ingredients for green juices.
  • Ginger: Ginger is well-known for its gastrointestinal benefits and anti-inflammatory properties. It contains compounds like gingerols and shogaols that can help relax the intestinal tract, reduce inflammation, and alleviate gas, which can contribute to reducing bloating.
  • Green apple: While apples contain natural sugars and fiber, which in some cases can cause bloating, for many people, the type of fiber found in apples (pectin) can be beneficial. Pectin is a soluble fiber that can help increase stool bulk and movement through the digestive tract, helping reduce constipation and its associated bloating.
  • Mint: Mint leaves have been used for centuries to treat indigestion and relieve symptoms of bloating. The menthol in mint has antispasmodic properties, which means it can relax the muscles of the gastrointestinal tract and small intestine. This relaxation can result in easier passage of gas, reducing stomach bloating.

Recipe Steps

Step One

Wash and prepare your ingredients for the juicer. Feed the ingredients into your juicer, alternating between hard and soft pieces.

Please see the recipe card at the end of this post for the exact ingredients and measurements.

Step Two

Continue juicing until you have used all of your ingredients.

Step Three

Pour the juice into a glass and serve immediately. Enjoy!

Recipe Tips

  • Blender instructions: If you don’t have a juicer, you can use a blender to make the juice. Combine the ingredients with about ¼ cup of filtered water in the base of a blender. Blend on high and then strain the juicer through a nut milk bag.
  • This recipe can easily be doubled or tripled.
  • Store any leftover juice in a covered jar in the refrigerator for up to 3-4 days. Shake the jar before serving.
  • If you have irritable bowel syndrome or other gut health issues, you may wish to speak to your healthcare provider as bloating can be a sign or symptom of health issues.

Recipe FAQs

How can I make green Anti-Bloat Juice without a juicer?

Using a blender to make Anti-Bloat Juice is just as easy as with a fancy juicer. Combine all of the recipe ingredients with 1/4 cup of filtered water. Be sure to add your liquid to your blender first, so that everything blends evenly. Blend the ingredients on high and strain the liquid through a nut milk bag before serving.

What are the key ingredients in an anti-bloat green juice that help reduce bloating, and how do they work?

This recipe contains ingredients like cucumber, ginger, and mint, which help hydrate the body, soothe the digestive tract, and reduce inflammation, all of which can help reduce bloating. There are other fruits and vegetables that have natural diuretic properties that you can include in this juice (or consume separately). These include green tea, peppermint tea, pineapple juice, tropical fruit like papaya, and many others. Drinking plenty of water can also help reduce bloating and improve bowel movements.

Is this Anti-Bloat Juice suitable for daily consumption, and are there any potential side effects from frequent use?

While generally safe for daily use, excessive consumption of green juice in general might lead to digestive issues for some individuals, so moderation is key. Start with 2-3 ounces a day and then work up to whatever feels best for you.

How effective is anti-bloat green juice compared to other dietary interventions for managing digestive issues like bloating?

This juice can be effective for immediate relief from bloating due to its natural diuretic and digestive properties, but it should be used as part of a broader approach to digestive health, including balanced diet and lifestyle changes which may be exacerbating bloating issues. Other natural ways to address bloating include using peppermint oil, massaging the abdominal area, increasing healthy fluids, and adding in foods like sweet potatoes and whole grains.

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a glass of anti-bloat juice.

Anti-Bloat Juice Recipe (Blender or Juicer)

This green Anti-Bloat Juice uses ingredients known to help reduce symptoms of bloating and water retention. Try this delicious and nutritious green drink using a blender or a juicer.

  • Total Time: 20 Minutes
  • Yield: 3 Servings 1x

Ingredients

Scale
  • 1 medium cucumber
  • 2 stalks of celery
  • 1 small fennel bulb
  • 2 kale leaves, stems removed
  • 1 lemon, peel removed
  • 1-inch piece of fresh ginger root, peeled
  • 1 green apple
  • 35 fresh mint leaves

Instructions

  1. Wash and cut the cucumber, celery, fennel, lemon, and apple, so that they are small enough to fit through the feeding tube of your juicer.
  2. Feed the slices into a juicer, alternating the hard and soft pieces to help the juicer extract the most juice. See below for blender instructions.
  3. Continue juicing until you have used up all the fruit and veggie pieces.
  4. Pour the juice from the juice collector into a glass and serve immediately.

Notes

  1. Blender instructions: If you don’t have a juicer, you can use a blender to make the juice. Combine the ingredients with about ¼ cup of filtered water in the base of a blender. Blend on high and then strain the juicer through a nut milk bag.
  2. This recipe can easily be doubled or tripled.
  3. Store any leftover juice in a covered jar in the refrigerator for up to 3-4 days. Shake the jar before serving.

Nutrition

  • Serving Size:
  • Calories: 47
  • Sugar: 8.1 g
  • Sodium: 22.5 mg
  • Fat: 0.1 g
  • Saturated Fat: 0 g
  • Carbohydrates: 12.2 g
  • Fiber: 1.8 g
  • Protein: 0.7 g
  • Cholesterol: 0 mg

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