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Fruit Salad Juice Recipe

by | Mar 15, 2023 | Breakfast Juice, Juice Recipes


If you love a fresh fruit salad as I do then you are going to love this juice recipe. 

You can use any fruit salad combination that you love. I chose these 6 ingredients to get a range of colour. Maybe add some pineapple too if you want to bring in the yellow frequencies.


This juice recipe taste amazing. The juice is thick and creamy and the flavour is fruity and sweet.


    • 1 mango
    • 1 kiwi
    • 1/2 strawberry punnet
    • 1/2 blueberry punnet
    • 2 apples
    • 2 oranges

Juicing Time:  3 min
Juice Qty: 600 ml
Serves: 2



  • Cut down each side of the large stone
  • Cut each half into halves
  • Juice with skin on


  • Juice kiwi fruits whole with skin on 


  • Juice whole


  • Juice whole


  • Remove the stems and remove any stickers
  • Juice apples whole with skin and seeds.


  • Remove the orange skin leaving as much white pith as possible
  • Juice whole or cut in half if too big to fit into the wide chute




Juice the berries first. Add all the strawberries, wait for them to push through the juicer then add all the blueberries.

Next, add the kiwi fruit, wait for it to push through then add each of the mango cheeks one at a time.

Add each of the apples next.

Finish with the oranges, add them one at a time.


Tip: you can use thawed frozen berries and mango cheeks in this recipe. just make sure they are not frozen.

Health Benefits


Mango is one of the most popular and nutritionally rich fruits in the world and are often referred to as “The King of the Fruits”.

Nutrition: Mangoes are rich in vitamins and minerals, particularly vitamin C, which supports the immune system and aids in wound healing. They also contain vitamin A, which is important for vision and immune function, as well as fiber, which aids in digestion. Additionally, mangoes are a good source of antioxidants, such as beta-carotene, which may help protect against certain diseases.

Cardiovascular / Circulatory System: Mangoes are rich in vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C, vitamin A, and potassium. These nutrients support heart health by reducing inflammation, lowering blood pressure, and supporting overall cardiovascular function.

Muscular System: Mango is also an amazing exercise food because it provides your muscles with traces of sodium, preciously needed glucose, and magnesium, which translates to longer, harder workouts while feeling less of “the burn.” It also plays a role in muscle, tendon, and bone growth.

Nervous System: Mango is a miracle sleep aid. When you eat mango before bed, phytochemicals from the fruit, along with amino acids such as glycine, glutamine, and cysteine combined with fructose and glucose, travel to the brain and quickly restore depleted neurotransmitters. Mangos are also excellent for promoting good eyesight and helping to prevent night blindness and dry eyes.

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Kiwi fruit is a nutrient-rich fruit known for its vibrant green color, sweet flavor, and health benefits due to high amounts of lutein and zeaxanthin.

Nutrition: A single serving of kiwi fruit, which consists of two medium-sized ones, is the richest source of lutein in the plant food world, right behind yellow corn.

Cardiovascular / Circulatory System: Enjoying just a couple of kiwi fruit each day can significantly lower your risk for blood clots and reduce the number of fats (triglycerides) in your blood. These benefits make kiwi a delicious, blood-thinning natural alternative to aspirin for protecting cardiovascular health. Kiwi is packed with lutein, a phytochemical that is very effective in reducing the risk of cancer and heart disease.

Nervous System: Kiwi seeds are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids which are essential for cognitive function and can help prevent the development of ADHD and autism. They are also very beneficial for our eyes due to their high content of lutein and zeaxanthin, which are antioxidants that can help protect against age-related macular degeneration and cataracts. These compounds are found in high concentrations in the retina and play a crucial role in maintaining eye health.

Respiratory System: Some studies suggest that kiwi consumption may help manage asthma symptoms. The high vitamin C content and other antioxidants in kiwi may help reduce wheezing and other asthma-related symptoms. Kiwi contains antioxidants like vitamin C and other compounds that help reduce inflammation and oxidative stress in the respiratory tract. This can help protect against respiratory conditions and improve overall lung function.

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Strawberries are a true superfood. They are packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. They rebuild, repair, and rejuvenate the body.

Nutrition: Loaded with Vitamin C they help to boost the immune system by warding off colds, flu, and respiratory infections. They are also loaded with antioxidants, such as anthocyanins, ellagic acid, and quercetin, which help protect the body against oxidative stress and inflammation. When strawberries are allowed to ripen on the plant, they are higher in vitamin C. They are also high in potassium, sodium, and iron.

Cardiovascular / Circulatory System: Strawberries can also help maintain a healthy heart rhythm and heart muscle strength. They contain ellagic acid and flavonoids which are good for cardiovascular health and can help prevent heart disease, stroke, and help to lower cholesterol.

Muscular System: Strawberries are beneficial for the muscular system due to their rich nutrient profile. They are a good source of vitamin C, which plays a crucial role in collagen synthesis. Collagen is a protein that provides structure to muscles, tendons, and ligaments, supporting their strength and integrity. Additionally, strawberries contain antioxidants like anthocyanins, which help reduce inflammation and oxidative stress in muscles, promoting faster recovery after exercise. The combination of vitamin C and antioxidants in strawberries can help maintain healthy muscles and support overall muscular function, making them a delicious and nutritious choice for muscle health.

Nervous System: Strawberries contain vitamin C, which is important for brain health and the production of neurotransmitters. Vitamin C also acts as an antioxidant, protecting the brain from damage caused by free radicals.

Sensory System: Strawberries are also well known for being beneficial for age-related macular degeneration and vision-related issues.

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The most intriguing health benefit of fresh blueberries is that they may actually reverse the loss of short-term memory that happens as we age.

They also act as an unusual type of pro-biotic by blocking the attachment of bacteria that cause urinary tract infections. They contain chemicals that curb diarrhea and also have viral activity and are high in natural

Anthocyanin is the pigment that makes the blueberries blue and is thought to be responsible for the major health benefit of preventing cancer.

Blueberries are believed to have one of the highest antioxidant levels of all common fruits and vegetables.


Apples are the "Queen of the Fruits". The old saying "an apple a day..." is truly ancient wisdom as they protect and heal every human body system and cell. Apples are a true healing food.

Nutrition: Apples contain vitamins C and K, as well as potassium. Vitamin C is an antioxidant that supports the immune system, while vitamin K is important for blood clotting and bone health. Potassium is essential for heart health and muscle function. Apples are rich in antioxidants, including flavonoids and polyphenols. These compounds may help reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes by reducing oxidative stress and inflammation.

All Systems: Apples also starve viruses. When their pectin fibers enter the digestive system, they release phytochemicals that bind onto viruses, shrouding viral cells so that they can’t feed and proliferate.

Cardiovascular / Circulatory System: Apples contain nutrients like vitamin C and potassium, which are important for heart health. Vitamin C is an antioxidant that supports the immune system, while potassium helps regulate blood pressure. Some research suggests that eating apples may be associated with a reduced risk of stroke, possibly due to their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. Some research suggests that eating apples may be associated with a reduced risk of stroke, possibly due to their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects.

Digestive System: Apples are high in a soluble fibre (still in the juice) called pectin that forms a gel-like substance in the intestine. This gel can bind to cholesterol, removing it from the body, which may aid in reducing blood pressure levels. Apple juice provides living water to support the liver’s hydration capabilities, so it can store the water and then release it back into the bloodstream when the blood becomes dehydrated and isn’t flowing very well.

Nervous System: They are also high in malic acid that binds with any heavy metals in the brain. The word 'malic' comes from the Latin word 'malum', meaning 'apple' which is why I recommend to people who have brain or neurological symptoms to consume more apples.

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Oranges help quench your thirst and moisten your lungs, letting the energy flow freely in the chest. They also have a wide variety of phytonutrient compounds like anthocyanins, citrus flavanones, and various polyphenols. Oranges are not only a juicy and refreshing fruit but also offer a range of health benefits. Here's why oranges are good for various systems in our body:

Nutrition: Oranges are low in calories but high in vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant that helps protect cells from damage. They also contain fiber, potassium, and other vitamins and minerals that support overall health.

Immune System: Vitamin C is essential for a healthy immune system. Oranges are a great source of vitamin C, which can help boost the immune system and reduce the risk of colds, flu, and other illnesses. Oranges destroy free radicals that cause signs of skin aging, scouring the intestine and flushing toxins from the body. Freshly squeezed orange juice is a predigested food. This allows for immediate absorption of all its abundant healing properties.

Digestive System: Oranges are a good source of fibre, which can help promote healthy digestion and prevent constipation. The fibre in oranges also helps support a healthy gut microbiome.

Cardiovascular/Circulatory System: Oranges are rich in antioxidants like flavonoids, which have been shown to help reduce inflammation and improve heart health. The potassium in oranges can also help regulate blood pressure and reduce the risk of heart disease.

Nervous System: Oranges contain vitamin B6, which is important for the production of neurotransmitters like serotonin and dopamine. These neurotransmitters play a role in mood regulation and can help reduce stress and anxiety.

Respiratory System: Oranges are rich in vitamin C, which can help support respiratory health. Vitamin C has been shown to reduce the severity and duration of respiratory infections like the common cold. Oranges are full of lung-friendly antioxidants and packed with vitamin C which is well known for fighting infection and inflammation.

Skin Health: The antioxidants in oranges, including vitamin C, can help reduce the signs of aging and improve skin health. Oranges can also be used topically to improve skin tone and texture.

Skeletal System: Oranges are a good source of calcium, which is important for maintaining strong and healthy bones. Calcium is essential for bone mineralization and can help reduce the risk of osteoporosis.

Eye Health: Oranges contain nutrients like vitamin A, lutein, and zeaxanthin, which are important for eye health. These nutrients can help reduce the risk of age-related macular degeneration and cataracts.

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Gary Dowse

Gary Dowse

Master Juice Chef, Kuvings Australia


Gary is a powerhouse in the world of juicing and plant-based nutrition, driven by an unwavering passion for health and wellness. With certifications in natural juice therapy and whole food plant-based nutrition, Gary is a dedicated educator, empowering individuals to harness the transformative benefits of juicing and plant-based eating.

Through his enlightening books and dynamic online courses, Gary champions the preventative and restorative healing powers of embracing a lifestyle rich in vibrant juices and whole, plant-based foods.

His mission is to inspire and guide others on their journey to optimal health and vitality.

Disclaimer: information contained in this post is for educational purposes only, sourced from various books and websites. If you do anything recommended without the supervision of a licensed medical doctor, you do so at your own risk. The author, Gary Dowse, does not dispense medical advice or prescribe the use of any technique as a form of treatment for physical, emotional or medical problems without the advice of a physician, either directly or indirectly.

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