Enjoying the Colors of Life (And I’m not talking Skittles) — With Juices:

The world is full of color, and you can enjoy the Colors of Life — With Juices just about anywhere you go, in any way you want. Your health wants in on the action. Nutritious, clean eating is a perfect way to incorporate even more color into your daily life.  A healthy plate has every color of the rainbow, and so can your glass—let’s talk colorful, nutritious juices (today is red!).



Rich in vitamin A, carrot serve as a great detoxifying agent that removes toxins from the blood and delays aging, keeping you mentally and physically feeling younger. Vitamin A is also important for vision and can prevent night blindness.

Carrots are excellent sources of vitamin C, which is the chief producer of collagen, a protein that makes up most of the cells of the body and is an active participant in the cell renewal process.

Carrots are also an important source of vitamin K, vitamin B8, folate, potassium, iron, copper, and manganese. Vitamin K plays a huge role in regeneration by promoting blood clot formation. Folate is a primary component of DNA and is vital for the reproduction and renewal of cells of our body. Ions such as potassium, iron, copper and manganese can also be found in carrots and are important for various physiological processes of our body like maintaining normal blood pressure and respiration.



Beetroot has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, making it another natural detoxifying agent. It is a good source of vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin B6, and ions such as magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, and copper, all of which are important for bodily processes.

The methionine and glycine present in beet juice prevent build up of fat cells. Lycopene, another component of beet juice, keep your skin firm and prevents premature aging.

Eat the colors of the rainbow daily. And enjoy the Colors of Life — With Juices

The more variety you have in your diet the more likely you will get the variety of nutrients you need to thrive.

Add fruits like apples. And add veggies like kale and spinach. Or try adding a lemon or lime. And add some herbs like basil. And to add some punch and added nutrition add garlic And finally add some spice once you’ve made your juice like cinnamon.

Be creative. You do not have to follow any strict recipe for making colorful juice. You can add ingredients according to your taste. You may make it colorful by adding different ingredients. Add a little more color to your daily routine!

And hey there, juice haters!

I get it. The mere thought of sipping on a green juice might make you cringe. But fear not, my friends, because I’ve got an alternative for you that packs the same powerful punch: Juice Plus.

You see, traditional juicing isn’t the only way to unlock the nutritional benefits of fruits and veggies. With Juice Plus, you can say goodbye to the blender and hello to convenient and effective supplementation. No need to force down a liquid concoction that tastes like a lawn clippings smoothie. (That’s what my husband Kevin used to say when I made him all these fabulous juices!)

Instead, Juice Plus offers supplements derived from 30 fruits, vegetables, and berries, all carefully selected to deliver essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. It’s the juice-hater’s dream come true! And you’re still enjoying the colors of life with juices…just in an easier way!

So, if you’re looking to level up your nutrition without choking down a glass of kale and spinach, give Juice Plus a try. It’s time to embrace the power of juicing in a way that suits your taste buds and lifestyle. Cheers to a healthier you, minus the juice drama!

Adding more plants to your diet and supplementing with plant-based supplements is one way you can fuel your body and mind for your most optimal health.

To a healthier mindset and a healthier YOU!

And if you are looking for some ideas for some healthy breakfast ideas and don’t have time to make a full out breakfast for the fam…the ideas here will be just for you! – https://erinnlynam.com/2023/05/17/breakfast/