The YOUTHWATER Green Juice Recipe


Welcome to the world of YOUTHWATER, where hydration meets rejuvenation! Our revolutionary beverage is packed with electrolytes and vitamins designed to boost NAD+ levels – a key molecule in your body responsible for repairing DNA, enhancing cellular health, generating energy, and ramping up your metabolism. As we age, NAD+ levels decline by approximately 50%, queue YOUTHWATER.

We’re excited to share a delicious and nutritious green juice to revitalize your morning routine and elevate your well-being.


  • 1 cup frozen pineapple
  • 1 green apple
  • 2 crushed & frozen ginger cubes
  • 1 bunch frozen kale
  • 1 bunch frozen spinach
  • 1/2 lime


  1. Wash and chop the green apple and lime.
  2. Thaw the frozen pineapple, kale, and spinach slightly for easier blending.
  3. Crush and freeze ginger cubes beforehand.
  4. In a blender, combine the frozen pineapple, green apple, crushed ginger cubes, frozen kale, frozen spinach, and lime juice.
  5. Pour in YOUTHWATER to the mix, ensuring a refreshing and hydrating base.
  6. Blend the ingredients until smooth and well-incorporated. Adjust YOUTHWATER quantity as needed for your preferred consistency.

Serve and Enjoy!

Benefits of YOUTHWATER-Infused Green Juice:

NAD+ Boost: The YOUTHWATER in this green juice recipe contributes to increasing NAD+ levels, supporting your body's natural repair mechanisms and energy production.

Hydration: YOUTHWATER's electrolytes keep you hydrated throughout the day, promoting overall well-being.

Nutrient Powerhouse: Packed with the goodness of fruits and vegetables, this green juice provides essential vitamins and minerals to nourish your body.

Elevate your daily routine with the YOUTHWATER-Infused Green Juice – a delicious concoction that not only quenches your thirst but also promotes youthfulness from the inside out. Embrace the power of hydration, rejuvenation, and the vibrant flavors of nature with YOUTHWATER.

Cheers to a healthier, more youthful you!



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