Blake Lively and Hilary Swank's Favorite Juice Recipes: Try Them Now

Celebrity Body Apr. 4, 2014 AT 8:30AM
Blake Lively Beet extract, found in Blake Lively's favorite juice combo, "has been shown to lower blood pressure," Juice Generation founder Eric Helms tells Us Weekly. Credit: Larry Busacca/Getty

Having a tough time getting your recommended daily servings of fruits and veggies? Celebrities like Blake Lively and Hilary Swank are getting their greens in thanks to glasses of Juice Generation combos. Read on for Lively, Swank and other celebs' favorite healthy concoctions. Cheers!

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BLAKE LIVELY'S INTOXICATING DETOXIFICATION
Beet extract, found in Lively's favorite combination, "has been shown to lower blood pressure," says Juice Generation founder Eric Helms.

1 cup kale
2 leaves Swiss chard
1/2 cup parsley
1/2 small beet
1/2 cup pineapple
2 medium green apples
1/2 medium lemon, peeled
1 sprig fresh mint

Learn more about the juices Hilary Swank and other stars love to sip on -- and make them for yourself!
Learn more about the juices Hilary Swank and other stars love to sip on -- and make them for yourself!
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HILARY SWANK'S DAILY DETOX
The spicy carrot-ginger concoction, Swank declares, "is what I drink when I need more energy at work!"

5 medium carrots
1 medium apple
1/4 medium cucumber
1/2 medium lemon, peeled
1 inch ginger

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NAOMI WATTS' HAIL TO KALE
"Kale is high in vitamins K, A and C," Helms says of the bitter main ingredient in Watts' favorite drink.

1 cup kale
1 medium apple
1 cup watermelon
1/2 medium lemon, peeled

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MICHELLE WILLIAMS' LEAFY GREEN GOODNESS
Williams goes green to the max with three iron-laden leaves -- then sweetens the flavor with apples.

3 leaves kale
1 cup spinach
2 leaves Swiss chard
4 medium apples
1/2 medium lemon, peeled

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PAULA ABDUL'S DAIKON BLUES
Daikon radishes have vitamin C and copper, which help build collagen. Says Abdul, "They're great for skin!"

1/2 small daikon radish
1 cup spinach
2 medium green apples
1/2 cup blueberries

Recipes adapted from the book The Juice Generation: 100 Recipes for Fresh Juices and Superfood Smoothies by Eric Helms, LLC. Reprinted with permission of Touchtone Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster.

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