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A SERIOUS Fat-Flushing Juice Recipe!

Citrus season is here, and I am taking FULL advantage of it!  I bought a whole box of oranges the other day at the ethnic market for only $4.99!!!  Were they organic? Probably not.  But, with fruits that have thick skin, such as oranges, grapefruits, lemons, etc., I sometimes buy a local and/or conventional version because the pesticides usually don’t penetrate past their thick skin.  And, it’s MUCH cheaper!!

I call this juice “The Ultimate Flush Juice” because the citrus fruits act as a dissolver in the body – dissolving mucus, fat, toxins, etc.  The quicker we can get this junk out of our bodies, the better we’ll feel and the easier it’ll be to lose and/or maintain your body weight.  The carrots are a wonderful colon cleanser and healer while the ginger acts as an anti-inflammatory.

As for the taste – AMAZINGLY DELICIOUS!!! Just look at how beautiful that grapefruit is!! V V V


Serving size: 48 oz.


  • 2 Large, Ripe Grapefruits
  • 3 medium oranges
  • 3-4 medium carrots
  • 1 knuckle of ginger root


  • Remove skin from grapefruits and oranges (I like to leave a little bit of the white because it contains a lot of nutrients as well)
  • Add all ingredients to a juicer
  • ENJOY!!

If you don’t have a juicer:

  • Add ingredients to a blender and blend very well
  • Use a nut milk bag or very fine strainer to strain


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31 Responses to A SERIOUS Fat-Flushing Juice Recipe!

  1. About once a month, I do a 1 day juice fast. I drink celery juice first thing in the morning and this juice recipe of yours for lunch and dinner juice and a lot of water in between. I love this combo…so refreshing and I just love the taste. Thank you!

    • Doing a juice fast once per month is a great idea for your overall health and to give your digestive system a break. I’m glad you’re enjoying my juice recipe! 🙂

  2. Hi Kyala,

    I absolutely love this Fat Flushing juice recipe here.

    I would also love to feature it in our website Greenthickies. Would it be all right if I used one image for it? I will not be posting the actual recipe, but only one image, title, a small quote and then link directly back to the recipe on your page. Would it be okay?

    Thanks 🙂


    • Yes. You can reduce the size to as low as 16oz though, if needed. And, feel free to sip on it slowly. You don’t have to drink it quickly 🙂

  3. Hey Kayla, umh if i cant find these grapefruits, what should i replace them with?
    would really love for this to work. thanks.

    • Everyone is different. But, I will say that usually if you drink it first thing in the AM on an empty stomach, it’ll make you go quicker because it’s more effective on an empty stomach. I suggest trying it on a weekend morning for your first time. 🙂

    • The oranges will still help flush the toxins and fat; however, if you have sugar issues, you may want to stick with lemons since they are lower in sugar.

    • Hi Deborah! I like to drink 32 oz worth as my breakfast. If 32 oz is too much for you, you can always go for 16-24 oz. Just be sure to drink it on an empty stomach to ensure maximum absorption of nutrients (which is usually first thing in the AM) 🙂

  4. I recently started working outside the home and I really miss my fresh juices. Is it okay to juice first thing in the morning and drink the juice around 10 a.m.? How long will the nutrients last?

    • Hi Deborah.. To save as much of the nutrient content as possible, juice 1/2 – 1 whole lemon. The lemon will act as a preservative. 🙂

    • Didi.. Try drinking this juice first thing in the morning for maximum results.. for accelerated weight loss, replace your breakfast with a 32 oz jar of this juice 🙂

    • Ferihan.. you could drink it daily if you’d like. I tend to drink some type of juice blend (32 oz) every single morning on an empty stomach to ensure maximum absorption of nutrients.

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