There's no need to drink this green smoothie purely for the health benefits. The ingredients combined together are fresh and delicious with a wonderful gingery kick. You could substitute the lime for lemon, or kiwifruit, if you like.
With potassium-filled bananas and magnesium-packed cacao and tahini, this delicious smoothie from The Australian Women's Weekly's 'Juices and Smoothies' cookbook is designed to help relieve cramps during that time of the month.
Research shows that drinking pear juice prior to drinking alcohol reduces the effects of a hangover. Try this refreshing juice recipe from The Australian Women's Weekly's 'Super Foods and Power Juices' cookbook next time you go out.
All of the ingredients in this refreshing juice recipe from The Australian Women's Weekly's Super Foods and Power Juices cookbook are thought to be natural aphrodisiacs. They also happen to contain lots of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
This refreshing juice from The Australian Women's Weekly's 'Juices and Smoothies' cookbook is packed full of goodness, from the beetroot that cleanses the blood and liver, coconut water for hydration, lime for alkaline qualities and activated charcoal as a natural detoxifier.