Melon for lunch: summer fresh melon juice recipe

By Lisa Brant | 20th July 2018
Delicious detox juice at La Crisalida Health and Wellbeing Retreats

Have you ever tried fresh melon juice? Melon is a fantastic fruit for bringing a sense of freshness to the palate and body, particularly whilst the weather is so hot! Pick up a ripe melon, any type will do. We particularly love cantaloupe in this recipe (and keep the wedge of refreshing watermelon for munching on when you want something sweet and juicy). To enjoy a cool juice, you can take the melon from the fridge just before making the juice.

You can enjoy melon juice on its own, but in this recipe we add carrots and kiwi for a complete taste (and nutritional) sensation! Yum!

Melon for lunch: melon juice recipe

Serves: 1
Calories: 159


3cm slice melon – honeydew, cantaloupe, watermelon (your choice)
2 carrots
1 kiwi fruit
2cm unwaxed lemon


First, prepare your fruit and veg by washing the ingredients beneath cold running water. You do not need to peel the carrots, kiwi or melon, just remember to remove any stickers from the skin of the fruit! Kiwi fruit can be a little on the hairy side, so you might also consider trimming the outer skin from the kiwi. If the lemon skin is particularly thick (or if you can only buy waxed lemons) trim the outer skin, leaving behind the white pith.

Put all the ingredients through your juicer. Then pour the juice into a glass and enjoy!

Remember to wash your juicer first.

Try a detox juicing retreat

You can enjoy this recipe at home with friends and family, and there are lots more juice recipes to try on our blog. However, if you want to experience the health benefits of a 3-day (or longer) juice detox, then come to La Crisalida Retreats. Read more about juicing at La Crisalida or our detox and weightloss retreats by clicking on the links. Feel lighter, clearer and more balanced.

We hope you enjoy this delightful refreshing juice and that the sun continues to shine this summer!

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Lisa Brant

Lisa has been working in the field of health for over twenty years, first as an epidemiologist and now following a more alternative route! She is a therapeutic hatha and yin yoga teacher and also teaches mindfulness meditation. Lisa is a nutritionist so designs all our menus, as well as running the retreats. She is also qualified in NLP and hypnosis. Over the years Lisa has overcome her own health challenges with severe endometriosis and is happy to share her story.

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