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8 Juices for Women's Health

This one is for the ladies! There are juices women can drink to help with the symptoms of various women’s health conditions, such as bloating, period, PCOS, and more.

Women’s health addresses unique concerns that impact women differently or exclusively. These issues often persist over time and may recur frequently.

While juice can’t eliminate women’s health issues, juice can alleviate symptoms and contribute to overall well-being. 

Explore our curated selection of 8 juice recipes tailored to address the following women’s health issues.

  1. Period

  2. UTI

  3. PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome)

  4. Endometriosis

  5. Fertility Support

  6. Hormonal Balance

  7. Bloating

  8. Menopause

Our discussions provide general insights into these conditions. For personalized medical guidance, consult a healthcare professional.

Here’s a preview of the first 5 recipes by @juicingtutorials!

1. Period

Menstruation, commonly known as a period, occurs when the uterine lining sheds, releasing blood and tissue.

The most characteristic symptom of periods is menstrual cramps because they are a result of the uterus contracting to release the uterine lining.

Other period symptoms are bloating, acne breakouts, fatigue, and mood swings.

This juice recipe offers a natural solution for pain relief, serving as an excellent alternative to conventional painkillers.

Juice Recipe for Period Cramps

  • 1 orange
  • ⅓ pineapple
  • 1 cup strawberries
  • 1 knob turmeric
  • 1 knob ginger

    Juice Recipe for Period Cramps: Benefits

    Pineapple contains bromelain, an enzyme known to soften and facilitate the shedding of the uterine lining and help alleviate period cramps.

    Every ingredient in this recipe is rich in Vitamin C. Renowned for its anti-inflammatory properties, Vitamin C relieves pain and reduces bloating

    Vitamin C also enhances iron absorption. Given the significant blood loss during menstruation, there's a potential risk of iron deficiency due to the depletion of red blood cells.

    2. UTI

    A urinary tract infection (UTI) occurs when bacteria enter the urinary tract, causing the lining of the bladder and urethra to become red and irritated.

    Common symptoms include frequent urination, painful or burning sensations during urination, and persistent urges to urinate despite emptying the bladder.

    While UTIs can affect all individuals, they are more prevalent among women, infants, and the elderly. Approximately one in two women experience a UTI at some point in their lives.

    To safeguard against future UTIs, consider drinking this juice recipe.

    Juice Recipe for UTI Prevention

    • 1 cup cranberries
    • 1 blueberries
    • 2 cups watermelon

      Juice Recipe for UTI Prevention: Benefits

      Drinking cranberry juice is a common prevention method for UTIs because it’s theorized that there’s a substance in cranberries that makes it harder for bacteria to stick to the walls of the urinary tract.

      Cranberries can be a bit tart on their own, so the addition of blueberries and watermelon balances out the flavor.

      3. PCOS

      Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal imbalance marked by excessive hormone production by the ovaries, primarily androgens, which are responsible for the development and maintenance of male sex characteristics.

      PCOS affects 15% of women.

      Women with PCOS commonly experience irregular or missed periods, abnormal hair growth such as facial hair, acne, obesity, infertility, and ovarian cysts.

      Obesity can be prevented by maintaining a healthy diet and increasing fruit and vegetable consumption through juicing.

      Juice Recipe for PCOS

      • 1 bunch kale
      • ½ pineapple
      • 3 stalks celery
      • 1-inch piece ginger
      • 1-inch piece turmeric

      Juice Recipe for PCOS: Benefits

      Kale offers a wealth of vitamins A, B6, C, and K, along with folate, fiber, carotenoids, and manganese.

      Celery boasts low sugar content and is rich in potassium, as well as vitamins A, C, and K.

      The abundance of nutrients in the ingredients regulates hormone levels, alleviates inflammation, and promotes healthy gut bacteria growth.

      4. Endometriosis

      Endometriosis is characterized by the abnormal growth of tissue outside the uterus.

      Statistics indicate that endometriosis affects an estimated 2 to 10 percent of American women aged 25 to 40.

      Women with endometriosis often have higher levels of estrogen, increasing the inflammation, growth, and pain associated with the disease.

      Symptoms of endometriosis encompass pelvic pain surpassing the pain of typical menstrual cramps, painful bowel movements or urination, and excessive bleeding

      Our juice recipe incorporates ingredients that may offer potential benefits for women with endometriosis.

      Juice Recipe for Endometriosis

      • 5 carrots
      • 1 small beetroot
      • 1 red apple
      • 1 cucumber
      • 1-inch piece ginger
      • ½ lemon

      Juice Recipe for Endometriosis: Benefits

      Carrots play a vital role in safely eliminating excess estrogen from the body and preventing its reabsorption.

      Beets are known for their ability to boost iron levels, which is particularly beneficial if experiencing iron deficiency due to excessive bleeding.

      Ginger and lemon have anti-inflammatory properties, offering relief from pelvic pain.

      5. Fertility Support

      Fertility support encompasses a range of methods women may explore to increase their chances of getting pregnant.

      Drinking juice is one method to boost fertility naturally as it has the following benefits: 

      • Balances menstrual cycle
      • Balances hormones
      • Increases egg health
      • Stimulate healthier blood flow to the uterus
      • Cleanses the liver and blood
      • Hydrates the body
      • Reverses common fertility issues

      Juice Recipe for Fertility Support

      • 5 stalks celery
      • 1 apple
      • 1 orange
      • 1 bunch spinach
      • ½ lemon

      Juice Recipe for Fertility Support: Benefits

      Apples, oranges, and lemons are rich sources of Vitamin C, a nutrient known to stabilize ovulation, facilitate egg release, and protect eggs from damage due to oxidative stress.

      Celery and spinach are abundant in folate, crucial for cellular metabolism across the body, including within the ovaries.

      6. Hormonal Imbalance

      Hormones are chemicals that coordinate various bodily functions, transmitting messages through the bloodstream to organs, skin, muscles, and tissues.

      A hormonal imbalance arises when there's an excess or deficiency of one or more hormones, disrupting normal physiological processes.

      Given the multitude of hormone-related conditions, symptoms can vary widely. Some symptoms of hormonal imbalance are:

      • Acne on your face, chest, and/or upper back
      • Hair loss
      • Heavy periods
      • Unexplained weight gain or weight loss
      • Fatigue
      • Slow or rapid heartbeat

      Our hormone-balancing juice recipe can be made with AUTO10 as demonstrated by @juicingtutorials.

      Juice Recipe for Hormonal Imbalance

      • 6 carrots
      • 1 pomegranate
      • 1 knob turmeric
      • 1-inch piece of ginger
      • 1 large beet

      Juice Recipe for Hormonal Imbalance: Benefits

      Carrots contain phytoestrogens, compounds that aid in balancing estrogen levels and supporting overall hormone health in women.

      Pomegranates are rich in antioxidants that effectively combat harmful or excessive estrogen levels, contributing to estrogen regulation within the body.

      Beets are high in folate and manganese, which are essential for hormone production and balance in the body.

      7. Bloating

      Bloating occurs when the gastrointestinal (GI) tract becomes filled with excess air or gas.

      Typical symptoms of bloating include stomach pain, discomfort, and gas (flatulence).

      Various factors can contribute to bloating, with menstruation and hormonal fluctuations among the common triggers.

      This green juice recipe by @theallnaturalvegan is aimed at women’s health with the benefit of debloating.

      Juice Recipe for Debloating

      • 1 bunch of celery 
      • 1 piece of ginger
      • 1 piece of turmeric
      • 1 kiwi
      • 2-3 handfuls of spinach
      • 1 pineapple
      • 1 fennel bulb and greens

      Juice Recipe for Debloating: Benefits

      Celery is 95% water and can help prevent bloating caused by dehydration. The insoluble fiber in celery supports healthy bowel movements by regulating constipation and diarrhea.

      Ginger has often been used for digestive issues. Ginger can give you gas and bloating relief by accelerating food movement through the GI tract while protecting the gut.

      Turmeric contains curcumin, which is known to stimulate bile production. It reduces gas and therefore bloating.

      Spinach is one of the richest sources of magnesium. Magnesium aids in digestion by breaking down your food into smaller components. It also relaxes the muscles in your digestive tract and softens stools.

      8. Menopause

      Menopause is the time that marks the end of the menstrual cycle, typically impacting women in their 40s and 50s.

      Numerous symptoms associated with menopause manifest during the menopausal transition, the years leading up to menopause.

      Menopause symptoms include changes in monthly cycles, hot flashes, mood swings, low energy, less bladder control, and sleep disturbances.

      @italeatsandtreats's juice recipe for women experiencing menopausal symptoms is on the bitter side, but the grapefruit can be replaced with 2 oranges and the green apples with red apples to create a sweeter juice!

      Juice Recipe for Menopause

      • 1 handful watercress greens (or handfuls fresh kale)
      • 1 grapefruit
      • 3 green apples
      • 2 cucumbers
      • ½ inch ginger

      Juice Recipe for Menopause: Benefits

      To tackle mood swings and irritability, nutrient-rich leafy greens such as watercress greens and kale can stabilize mood and enhance emotional well-being.

      Grapefruits, apples, and cucumbers can aid in managing hot flashes due to their water-rich and cooling properties, reducing the intensity and frequency.

      Ginger's spicy kick provides an energy boost.

      Make these recipes with a Kuvings! Check out our Whole Slow Juicer Collection.


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