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Juicing for Better Eyesight

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Looking to improve your vision? Juicing for better eyesight is an easy and tasty way to support eye health. I’ve created this simple recipe that packs a powerful punch of eye-pleasing compounds designed to help your eyes perform at their best. Try it and see what you think!

What’s In This Article?

Juicing for better eyesight was never so simple. Try this 2-ingredient juice recipe and see how easy it can be!

Which Fruit Juice is Good for Eyes?

There are lots of juices out there that are great for your health, but which fruit juice is good for the eyes? This simple 2-ingredient recipe brings three key nutrients to help with eye health.

Pumpkin contains a wealth of eye-benefitting compounds (1). Vitamin A protects the cornea, improves low-light vision, and slows the progression of age-related macular degeneration (AMA) (2).

Which fruit juice is good for eyes? Pumpkin juice is one good one.

Zinc in pumpkin acts as a catalyst for Vitamin A to make its way from the liver to the retina, forming melanin (3) – a pigment that protects the eye from the damaging effects of sunlight, acting as a natural sunscreen.

Which fruit juice is good for eyes? Pineapple juice is a good one.

Both pumpkin and pineapple contain Vitamin C, which also slows the progression of age-related macular degeneration and reduces the risk of cataract development (4). It may also lessen tension within the vitreous humor, thereby helping prevent retinal detachment. Studies suggest bromelain in pineapple may also help reduce the occurrence of eye floaters (5).

Can You Juice a Pumpkin?

Can you juice a pumpkin? Absolutely, and the Kuvings REVO830 does a great job with pumpkins and all sorts of other fresh fruits and vegetables.

I made the Clear Lines using the Kuvings REVO830 juicer, which absolutely answers the question if you can juice a pumpkin. This amazing machine definitely juices pumpkins and so much more!

    • Minimal Chopping
    • Dual-Feed Produce Hopper
    • Makes Smoothies, Nice Cream, and Nut Milk
    • Super Quiet Operation
    • Ability to Run Non-Stop for 45 Minutes
    • 15-Year Warranty
    • Can Clog on Pineapple and Soft Fruits
    • Doesn't Fit Under Some Cabinets
    • Requires Consistent Feeding
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  • Minimal Chopping
  • Dual-Feed Produce Hopper
  • Makes Smoothies, Nice Cream, and Nut Milk
  • Super Quiet Operation
  • Ability to Run Non-Stop for 45 Minutes
  • 15-Year Warranty
  • Can Clog on Pineapple and Soft Fruits
  • Doesn't Fit Under Some Cabinets
  • Requires Consistent Feeding

The Kuvings REVO830 combines the technology of a vertical and horizontal cold press juicer all in one machine thanks to a unique dual-feed produce hopper. On one side is a vertical cut chute that handles long produce like cucumbers, carrots, chard, and celery without a single cut. On the other is a 3.5″ wide auto-cut hopper that lets you drop in whole, bulky produce like apples, beets, and oranges without chopping.

This revolutionary design saves you TONS of time while giving you good yields and nutrient extraction. Not only does the REVO830 create great juice, it also makes fabulous nut milk, smoothies, sorbets, and nice cream. As a bonus, it’s a super quiet machine.

This versatile juicer has an upgraded motor that allows you to run non-stop up to 45 minutes, with the whole thing being protected by an astounding 15-year warranty. I highly recommend this machine for any home juicer, from newbies to veterans. It’s one that I use regularly!

Here’s the Recipe!

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juicing for better eyesight is easy with this tasty juice!

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  • Author: JuiceFeaster
  • Total Time: 10 minutes
  • Yield: 32 fl oz 1x

Description

Looking to improve your vision? Try juicing for better eyesight as an easy, tasty way to support eye health.


Ingredients

Units Scale
  • 2 c Pumpkin
  • 1 Pineapple

Instructions

  1. Remove the stem and chop the pumpkin (peeling and deseeding is optional).
  2. Remove the crown and chop the pineapple (peeling is optional).
  3. Run the ingredients through your juicer and enjoy!

Notes

You’ll note that I say peeling and deseeding of these fruits are optional. That’s because juicing both can impart additional health-supporting compounds found in them both. So, sometimes I peel them but other times I don’t.

I’ve also found the skins and seeds of the pumpkin and the skin of the pineapple doesn’t negatively impact the flavor of the final juice, so there’s no real reason to peel them. Experiment for yourself to see what you enjoy best, and Stay Juicy!

  • Prep Time: 10 min
  • Category: Juicing for Health

More Pumpkin Juice and Pineapple Juice Recipes

Get more eyesight support with these three pumpkin juice and pineapple juice recipes!

Post a comment below if you try this recipe. We’d LOVE to hear from you!

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About the Author

Brett leads the Juicer Test Kitchen. Utilizing his 25 years in the juice production and formulation industry, he brings you expert information on the wide world of juicing. From hands-on juicer reviews, tasty juice recipes, and real-world insights, he helps you get the most out of your juicing experience.

Brett not only has a career background in the juice world, but he is also a lifelong juicing advocate who has personally transformed and maintained his health using the magical powers of juicing and raw living foods.

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