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11 Juice Recipes to Help Treat Acid Reflux

11 Juice Recipes to Help Treat Acid Reflux

You may have experienced symptoms of acid reflux at one time or another but may not be aware that you have this condition. This health issue is also known as GERD (Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease) that may last for long periods of time.

Overeating, consuming large meals, overindulgence of citrus fruits, fatty foods and alcoholic drinks including coffee and tea often lead you to feel hyperacidity. But this feeling doesn’t stop there; pregnancy, smoking, and other foods and medications can also trigger this medical condition.

Foods you should have and not have in your diet to help avoid acid reflux issues. 


  • Oatmeal
  • ​Ginger
  • Egg whites


  • Liquor
  • ​Coffee or Tea
  • Grapefruit

A hyperacidic person may have a bloated stomach, burp a lot, experience nausea, have dry cough, heartburn, or even non-stop hiccup spells. Generally, it is easier to treat the condition if medication is prescribed right after suffering from any of these signs. But not all medications can cure it immediately unless the sufferer considers lifestyle change.

Changes in the type of food intake can be a good alternative. The other one is opting for healthier drinks that contain less acidic properties like the juices we have listed down below.

11 Juices to Help Treat Acid Reflux

1.  Homemade Fresh Cranberry Juice

Cranberries are perfect for the entire family. Add oranges and lemons to get a perkier taste to make it more appealing for the little ones.

Homemade Fresh Cranberry Juice


  • 8 cups fresh cranberries
  • 8 cups water
  • 1/2 - 1 cup agave nectar
  • 1/2 cup fresh squeezed orange juice
  • 1/2 cup fresh squeezed lemon juice


1. Add the cranberries and water to a large stock pot. Bring to a boil and then turn down the heat, cover and simmer for 25 minutes. Pass the mixture through a food mill using the smallest plate. Add agave nectar to taste and add the 2 juices into the bowl. Stir to combine.

2. Place a finer-meshed sieve over a large bowl, let the mixture through, but try not to press the solids too much. Remove and place solids in a bowl. Repeat with remaining mixture. Refrigerate juice and serve.

This recipe is from farmgirlgourmet.com

2.  Cinnamon Cashew Milk

Cashew nuts produce feel-good Serotonin hormone and an excellent source of magnesium and healthy fats. With it, this milk drink can boost up your energy the whole day.

Cinnamon Cashew Milk


  • 1 mug of cashew nuts
  • 6 mugs of filtered water
  • 4 dates
  • 1 – 2 teaspoons of cinnamon


Soak nuts and dates for 2-3 hrs in 3 mugs of filtered water. Drain the nuts and dates and add remaining 3 mugs of filtered water.

Switch on the juicer and pour approximately half of the mixture into the feed chute of juicer. Add cinnamon and the remaining mixture.

This recipe is from naturaljuicejunkie.com

3.   Fresh Young Coconut & Banana Smoothie

This smoothie is a good source of magnesium, potassium, fiber plus vitamins and minerals. Coconut, as well as bananas is an all-time favorite among healthy and recuperating individuals.

Fresh Young Coconut & Banana Smoothie


  • 1 - 1½ cups fresh coconut water (extracted from fresh, young coconut)
  • 1 cup fresh coconut meat (from fresh young coconut), chopped
  • 1-2 bananas, chopped and frozen
  • about 6 ice cubes
  • ¼ cup almond milk (optional)


Add all ingredients in blender and blend until your desired consistency is reached. Depending on your blender type, you may need to stop blending to stir using a spatula and adding more liquid.

This recipe is from garlicgirl.com

4.  Homemade Almond Milk

Treat yourself with this invigorating and beneficial milk drink laden of almonds. Aside from fiber, it also contains Vitamin E, magnesium and healthy fats.

Homemade Almond Milk


  • 1 cup (100 g) almonds
  • 6 cups (1420 ml) of water (divided into two parts)
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract (optional)
  • Stevia to taste (optional for added sweetness)


1. Soak almonds overnight into 3 c of water. Take out the water and rinse almonds thoroughly. Then, add 3 c of water back into bowl. Turn on your juicer and start slowly by adding a large spoonful of almonds and water every now and then. Stop once the pitcher is full.

2. Strain the almond milk via cheese cloth or a mesh colander to remove leftover almond pieces. Add desired flavor to almond milk. You can use vanilla extract or stevia.

This recipe is from rebootwithjoe.com

5.  Celery Juice

Celery works hard to provide the body with anti-inflammatory properties. You can create a perfect juice with this ingredient in handy at home.

Celery Juice


  • 1 bunch celery* (makes approx 16oz juice)

*organic when possible


Wash a bunch of celery and run through a juicer. You can also blend the celery in a Vitamix, Nutribullet, or any high-speed blender using a little water and drink as is or strain if desired.

This recipe is from medicalmedium.com

6.  The Cabbage Patch

Purple cabbage contained in this savory drink makes it look mouth-watering. Taste it and you’ll find it more delectable.



  • 2 cups of purple cabbage
  • 3 ribs of celery
  • 1/2 small lemon (rind and all if organic)
  • 2 cups of pear


Combine all ingredients. Blend and Serve.

This recipe is from justjuice.org

Image source: wellandgood.com

7.  Strawberry Coconut

This palate-alarming smoothie is quite satisfying. Create some now for the family!

Strawberry Coconut


  • 1/2 cup of lowfat coconut milk
  • 1 cup of strawberries
  • 1/2 cup of frozen pineapple chunks


Put all ingredients in a blender. Process until smooth.

This recipe is from all-about-juicing.com

8.   Homemade Fresh Guava Juice

Freshly extracted ripened guava provides you with lots of nutritional benefits. Using the reddish or pinkish kind makes it tastier than the white variety.



  • 1 cup Fresh Pink/Red Guava, Peeled and chopped
  • 1 tsp Sugar
  • 1/2 cup cold water
  • Ice Cubes
  • 1/2 inch Ginger (optional)


1.Wash and peel Guava. Add a little sugar, ginger and cold water and blend in a juicer or blender. Don't forget to filter out the mixture from hard seeds.

2. Add ice cubes before serving.

This recipe is from premascook.com

9.  Just Peachy

Pair carrots with peaches and sweet potato to create this punch. Add in some ginger to perk you up a bit.

Just Peachy


  • 1 sweet potato, cut into 4 pieces
  • ½ inch piece of ginger root
  • 3 large carrots, halved
  • 3 peaches, pitted and halved


Wash and prepare vegetables and fruit. Feed the juicer with ginger root, sweet potato, carrots and peaches.

Serve with ice.​

This recipe is from healthambition.com

10.  Happy Parsley Green Smoothie

This energizing smoothie is a good blend of parsley, coconut, mango and pear. Fruits and veggies are a way to beat the summer heat.

Happy Parsley Green Smoothie Recipe


  • 1/2 bunch parsley, stems cut
  • 2 small pears, cored
  • 1 Thai coconut, meat and water
  • 3/4 cup mango, peeled


Add the liquid followed by the soft fruits in a blender. Add the greens last. Blend on high for 30 secs or until creamy.

This recipe is from incrediblesmoothies.com

11.  Strawberry Watermelon Smoothie

This revitalizing smoothie is a thing to die for. It is a fiber-rich combination you can make anytime at home.

Strawberry Watermelon Smoothie


  • 9 cups watermelon pieces, seedless
  • 12 ounces of frozen strawberries
  • ¼ cup freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • optional sweetener if your fruit isn't perfectly ripe


1. Place watermelon pieces into blender, blending until smooth. Add strawberries and lemon juice. Blend again till smooth.

2. Serve right away or refrigerate for a day.

This recipe is from getinspiredeveryday.com

Drinking these juices should help you reduce your chances of getting acid reflux due to the specific ingredients that have been included in each of these recipes. 

If you have a recipe that you have tried that may help with acid reflux, please share in the comments below and we'll add it to the list above.


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Jodie Chiffey

Hey there, I'm Jodie, editor in chief here at The Juice Chief. I'm a prolific blogger with a bachelor's degree in Food and Nutrition. I'm deeply passionate about smoothies and organic juicing, nutrition and fitness. I also teach contemporary dance, a career which requires a healthy lifestyle, a sane mind, and a healthy diet.

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