Kickstart Your Day With The Ultimate Good Morning Elixir: Celery Kiwi Ginger Juice

Daily Breakfast Elixir

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Your Daily Celery Kiwi Ginger Elixir
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We call it juice, but really it’s a cross between a drink and a smoothie. We love making a batch of this gut-healing good morning elixir at the beginning of the week and enjoying a small glass daily.

The recipe yields about a quart and will last you a week. Store in the fridge in a large mason jar, give it a shake in the morning and pour yourself a glass of goodness to start your day.

Filled with antioxidants, polyphenols, and the real powerhouse, fiber, this is a great way to get your digestion moving in the morning if you typically have slow digestion. Because of the high fiber content, it’s ideal for women who are estrogen dominant! (PS: We don’t recommend juices because they’re missing all that beneficial fiber, and it’s easy to drink to get a big sugar spike in one go!)

Let’s take a look at the ingredients:


Ah, celery – the unsung hero of the veggie world! This humble veggie is a fiber-filled champ, boasting vitamins A and C, plus a treasure trove of folate, magnesium, potassium, iron, and calcium.

Need to soothe your inflamed bits or show high cholesterol who’s boss? With its incredible fiber profile, it works to keep your body healthy and strong.


This adorable, sweet-tart fruit brings an explosion of flavor and texture, while secretly boosting your well-being. Kiwi stands number one in nutrient content compared to 27 other fruits! It’s packed with twice the amount of Vitamin C — compared to oranges (per 100 mg) — and has twice the amount of nutrients — compared to apples (per 100 mg).

Additionally, kiwi has anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce pain and swelling throughout the body. Lastly, kiwi is packed with antioxidants that can help protect cells from damage and slow down the aging process.


Ginger is a powerhouse ingredient for smoothie recipes! Not only does it add an interesting flavor to the drink, but it also comes with some amazing health benefits. One of those benefits is improved digestion since ginger can help boost stomach acid production and reduce inflammation in the gastrointestinal tract.

Additionally, it has anti-cancer properties that have been shown to be effective against certain types of tumors. It also contains antioxidants that can help protect cells from damage and support your immune system.

Lastly, ginger can reduce pain and inflammation throughout the body, making it a great option if you’re looking for a natural remedy for aches and pains.


Cucumbers are a great addition to any recipe, offering a wide range of health benefits.

Here we add them because they are incredibly low in calories and contain vitamins A, B, and C, as well as antioxidants like flavonoids which can help fight against free radicals.

Eating cucumbers is also known to be beneficial for digestion since they contain fibers that can help move food through your system more efficiently.

Additionally, cucumbers provide electrolytes for hydration, making them an excellent choice for those who want to stay hydrated throughout the day. Lastly, cucumbers can also reduce inflammation in the body thanks to their powerful anti-inflammatory properties.


Apples are a true superfood! Not only are they incredibly delicious, but they offer amazing health benefits too.

In addition to the sweetness of apple in this elixir, apples contain pectin, which helps keep your digestive system healthy and aids in weight loss.

The vitamins C, A, and K found in green apples can help strengthen your immune system, while their high fiber content can help keep you full for longer periods.

Additionally, the polyphenols found in green apples have been known to protect cells from damage and reduce the risk of certain chronic diseases such as cancer, diabetes, and heart disease.

Hidden Benefits of Fiber for Women

  1. Fiber helps keep your gut bacteria balanced and thriving, which is important for overall mental health and wellness.
  2. Fiber helps with hormone balancing. Spent estrogen doesn’t get recycled back into the system, instead, it binds to the fiber and gets eliminated.
  3. Finally, the one you’re most familiar with is, fiber promotes regularity in bowel movements and can help you stay full longer.

Daily Green Elixir

Daily Green Elixir

Yield: 7
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

Start your morning digestion with this daily elixir to get things moving.


  • 2 bunches of celery
  • 2 kiwi (if using whole, wash skin thoroughly)
  • 1 nub of ginger, peeled (about the size of your thumb)
  • 1/2 cucumber
  • 8-10 oz filtered water


  • 1 green apple


  1. Prep your veggies: Wash and trim the tops and bottoms of the celery bunches, kiwi, and cucumber. Peel ginger.
  2. In a blender, blend the water and celery together.
  3. Strain the celery through a fine-mesh strainer into a bowl.
  4. Add celery juice back into the blender.
  5. Add in kiwi, ginger, cucumber, and apple if using.
  6. Blend well.
  7. Makes about 1 quart of green elixir juice.
  8. Store in a glass jar in the fridge.


  • This will make enough green elixir for the whole week.
  • We like using a blender and a strainer for this so that you get juice from the celery, but also get the most out of the pulp and fiber.
  • We only suggest straining the celery, as it can be quite chewy. If you like chewy, don't worry about straining!
  • If you prefer to use a juicer, add back in a few tablespoons of the pulp so that you get the fiber.

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Nutrition Information:
Yield: 7 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 30Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 24mgCarbohydrates: 7gFiber: 1gSugar: 5gProtein: 0g

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Looking to make more green drinks? Check out this post full of good-for-you drinkable greens.

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