Juice Recipes for Bloating

10 Juice Recipes for Bloating

Are you feeling bloated after eating? Then you need these ten delicious juice recipes for bloating in your life!

Only made with the best ingredients, they’re a natural approach to fight the bloat. 

I’ve seen many anti-bloat juice recipes on the internet that contain ingredients known to make symptoms worse. It’s about time for some real flat belly juices!

In this article, you’ll find my favorite juice recipes for bloating. If bloating doesn’t go away quickly, it’s best to seek medical care. 

There are many possible causes of abdominal bloating. 

Occasional bloating after eating is common. It happens to all of us. Usually, it’s caused by your diet and can be treated at home. 

Extreme bloating is no joke, however!

It can be a symptom of a serious condition and should be taken seriously.

It’s important that you’re familiar with the warning signs that might indicate a more severe condition.  

If you’re suffering from prolonged bloating along with other symptoms, like blood in your stool or diarrhea, it’s usually a bad sign.

Weight loss without changing diet, vaginal bleed, or fever can also be caused by a condition that requires immediate medical attention. 

If you experience any of the warning signs, skip the juice, and see a doctor. 

What Causes Bloating?

Too much gas in your gastrointestinal tract is the most common cause. It happens most often after eating. 

We all ingest air when we eat or talk, but some people swallow more than others. 

You may swallow excess air when you eat and drink too fast or talk while you eat. Chewing gum, smoking, or drinking carbonated beverages may also cause excess air.

In many cases, bloating can be prevented by lifestyle changes.

You could try to:

  1. Chew less gum
  2. Limit your consumption of carbonated drinks
  3. Limit foods that cause gas (High FODMAP foods)
  4. Be more mindful and eat more slowly
  5. Stop smoking

Food intolerances are another major cause of bloating. Typical intolerances include lactose and gluten. Your doctor may recommend a blood or skin test to check for food allergies.

Ingredients to Use in Anti-Bloat Juices

Some foods, even healthy ones, can cause our stomachs to fill with gas. Broccoli, cauliflower, beans, and onions are some of the foods known to induce excess wind. Foods that produce a lot of gas are called FODMAP.

FODMAP are basically short-chain carbs that your body can’t digest as easily. A diet that restricts these carbs is called a low-FODMAP diet. 

When you’re suffering from bloating, it’s best to reduce or avoid foods high in these short-chain carbs. To get a full overview, check out this printable FODMAP list. If you’re a fan of smoothies, check out these low-FODMAP smoothie recipes.

There are certain foods that may help you reduce bloating. Foods that may help to fight bloating include:

  • Lettuce
  • Cucumber
  • Fennel
  • Carrots
  • Celery 
  • Kale
  • Kiwifruit
  • Lemons & Limes
  • Honeydew melon
  • Cantaloupe melon
  • Zucchini
  • Turmeric
  • Ginger
  • Mint
  • Pineapple
  • Chia seeds
  • Oranges
  • Apple cider vinegar
  • Cinnamon

Try to incorporate more of these ingredients into your diet and juices.

Remember that everyone’s different. What causes bloating for some, doesn’t affect others at all.

I’ve found creating a food journal, under close supervision by a doctor or dietitian, to be effective.

In a food diary, you write down everything that you eat and drink during a day. Be as detailed as possible. Instead of writing “green juice for breakfast”, it should be: “1 cup spinach, 1 cucumber, ½ lemon, etc.”

Also, make sure to jot down any “extras” like “cream in coffee” or the ingredients from a salad dressing for example. 

If you experience bloating directly after eating or drinking, you can try to eliminate one ingredient after another to see if it is the cause of your symptoms. The more detailed you are, the easier it’ll be for you to work on eliminating certain foods. 

Juice Recipes for Bloating

Try these juice recipes, be mindful of how you feel, and adjust your food choices accordingly. 

1. Anti-Bloating Juice 

Anti Bloating Juice

I love using pineapples in bloat-friendly juices. Pineapple is believed to help your digestion, and reduce bloating. Bromelain, an enzyme found in pineapples, plays a major role. It may help your body break down protein faster and speed up the digestive process. 


  • 2 stalks celery
  • ½ cup spinach
  • 2-inch piece ginger
  • ½ pineapple
  • ½ lemon
  • ½ fennel bulb

How to Prepare:

  1. Wash all produce thoroughly
  2. Remove the rind from the pineapple and cut it into chunks
  3. Peel the lemon, if it’s not organic
  4. Cut off the root end of the fennel and cut it into smaller pieces
  5. Peel the ginger, if it isn’t organic
  6. Cut the celery stalks into smaller chunks
  7. Juice all ingredients in your juicer

2. Celery Juice for Bloating


This simple celery juice recipe is super easy to make. When you’ve never had pure celery juice before, start slow! In the beginning, celery juice may cause extra bloating. It is believed to promote acid production. This then can help to break down undigested food trapped at the bottom of your stomach. It can cause some additional bloating in the beginning. Once the digestive tract is cleaned, bloating should start to disappear. 


  • 1 bunch of organic celery

How to Prepare:

  1. Simply wash the celery stalks thoroughly
  2. If you’re using a centrifugal juicer, you can juice whole stalks
  3. If you’re using a slow juicer, cut the stalks into 1-inch sized pieces
  4. Start juicing!

3. Delicious Pineapple Carrot Orange Juice

Pineapple Carrot Juice

Carrots, although on the low-FODMAP list, still contain sugars and carbs that may cause gassiness in some. When it comes to juicing carrots, moderation is key. Everyone is different! Start slow and see how your body reacts. A food diary can help you to become more mindful of your food choices and eliminate potentially gas-inducing foods from your diet. 


  • ½ pineapple 
  • 3 carrots
  • 1 orange

How to Prepare:

  1. Wash all ingredients thoroughly
  2. Remove the orange peel
  3. Peel the carrots, if they aren’t organic
  4. Remove the rind from the pineapple
  5. Cut the pineapple into smaller chunks
  6. Juice all ingredients in your juicer

4. Juice Recipe for Bloated Stomachs

Turmeric is believed to be one of nature’s most powerful anti-inflammatory. This study found that turmeric reduces bloating and discomfort in people suffering from IBS (irritable bowel syndrome). The active ingredient in turmeric is curcumin. It can stimulate your body to produce bile, which is needed to break down fats more effectively. If you’re juicing turmeric, be careful! Turmeric can leave nasty stains on your juicer. It’s best to immediately clean your juicer right after juicing. If you want to avoid stains, you could also use organic turmeric powder instead of fresh produce. Just add ½ teaspoon turmeric powder to your juices and stir well. 


  • 3 carrots
  • ½ cucumber
  • ½ lemon
  • 1 stalk celery
  • 2-inch piece ginger
  • 2-inch piece turmeric

How to Prepare:

5. Honeydew Melon Juice 

Honeydew Melon Juice Recipe

Melons, like cantaloupe and honeydew, are another good ingredient for anti-bloat juices. They may help your body get rid of excess sodium. Melons contain a lot of water and are easily digestible. Staying hydrated is super important when you’re feeling bloated. When we’re hydrated, we feel more energized, look better, and our bodies work optimally. Dehydration can lead to water retention and a bloated belly. Be careful with watermelons, though. They’re high on the FODMAP list and may cause bloating in some people.


  • ½ small honeydew melon
  • ½ cucumber
  • ½ lemon

How to Prepare:

  1. Cut the melon in half and scoop out the flesh
  2. Peel the cucumber and lemon if they aren’t organic
  3. Juice all ingredients in your juicer

6. Apple Cider Vinegar Drink (No Juicer Needed!)

I’ve got this recipe from loseweightfromeating.com. It’s a simple recipe with only 4 ingredients. The best thing about it? You won’t even need a juicer or blender to make this healthy drink! No time wasted on cleaning your juicer. You can easily make it early in the morning when time is short. Although there’s no scientific evidence, a lot of people swear apple cider vinegar is the cure for bloating. ACV is acidic, so it’s best to limit your intake to one tablespoon a day. You can either make this simple drink or use ACV in your salad dressings, or marinades.

Cinnamon is another good ingredient to use in juice recipes for bloating. It’s rich in antioxidants and is believed to help reduce pressure on the abdomen. All ingredients used in this recipe are on the low-FODMAP list and should be easily digestible. Listening to your body is the best way to determine which foods are best for you. Make sure to be mindful of how you feel after having this drink. 


  • 1 cup of filtered water
  • 1 tbsp apple cider vinegar
  • ½ tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tbsp fresh lemon juice

How to Prepare:

  1. Simply combine all ingredients in a glass
  2. Stir well

7. Green Juice Recipe for Bloating

Green Juice for Bloating

Some veggies such as broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, and Brussels sprouts, are known to create gas. So be careful with those. Zucchini, spinach, cucumbers, and lettuce are usually the better choice to prevent bloating. If cutting gas-inducing foods from your diet and adding low-FODMAP foods isn’t working, it’s time to seek professional help. As I’ve already said at the beginning of this article, bloating could potentially be a symptom of a serious medical condition.


  • 1 cup spinach
  • 1 cucumber
  • ½ fennel bulb
  • 1 cup pineapple chunks
  • ½ lemon
  • a few mint leaves

How to Prepare:

  1. Wash all produce well
  2. Cut off the root end of the fennel and cut half the bulb into smaller pieces
  3. Peel the lemon and cucumber if they’re not organic
  4. Remove the rind from the pineapple and cut it into chunks
  5. Juice all ingredients in your juicer

8. Detox Juice Recipe for Bloating

Detox Juice for Bloating

Kale is a two-edged sword when it comes to eliminating the bloat. It’s one of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet and has many impressive health benefits. It’s also low in FODMAPs. However, since it’s a cruciferous vegetable, eating raw kale may make symptoms worse. Cruciferous vegetables, like broccoli, kale, and cabbage, contain raffinose. It’s a sugar that remains undigested and can produce excess gas. Juicing kale is usually more easily digestible, but please make sure not to overdo it. Start slow and listen to your body. If you’re feeling better after this detox juice, you can slowly add more kale. Up to three kale leaves should work fine in this juice recipe. 


  • 1 kale leaf
  • 1 cucumber
  • 2 stalks celery
  • 1-inch piece ginger
  • 2 kiwifruits
  • 1 lemon

How to Prepare:

  1. Wash all ingredients well
  2. Roughly chop the kale leaf
  3. Peel the cucumber, kiwi, ginger, and lemon if they aren’t organic
  4. Cut the celery stalks into smaller pieces, if you’re juicing with a slow juicer
  5. Juice all ingredients in your juicer

9. Simple Green Juice 

I’ve seen many juice recipes for bloating on the internet that contain pears and apples. I understand why people love using those in juice recipes. They can give almost any juice a sweet, delicious taste. When it comes to anti-bloat juices, however, I’d leave them out.

Pears and apples are high in FODMAPs. As such they’re likely to cause bloating issues. They also contain sorbitol, a sugar alcohol, which is known to cause excessive gas and significant bloating. Ever chewed too many sugar-free (loaded with sorbitol) chewing gums? Then you’ll know exactly what I mean!

Better choices for our juices are fruits low in sorbitol.

These fruits include pineapple, citrus fruits, kiwis, honeydew melon, cantaloupe melon, blueberries, and strawberries. We’re limiting our choices for a good reason! Juices made with low-sorbitol fruits might not taste as good as juices made with apples, but we’re not here for the taste. We’re here to feel better! I really hope this simple green juice recipe can help you reduce symptoms in no time. 


  • 1 cup baby spinach
  • 2 kiwifruits
  • ½ lemon

How to Prepare:

  1. Wash all produce well
  2. Peel the kiwis and lemon if they aren’t organic
  3. Juice all ingredients

10. Refreshing Cucumber Juice

Cucumber Juice Recipe

Ginger has been used for centuries to aid digestion. Ginger may not only relieve gas but also gives a nice zing to your juices. Mint is another herb that’s often used to relieve digestive issues. It can soothe the intestines and relieve abdominal pain.


  • 1 medium-sized cucumber
  • a few mint leaves
  • 2-inch piece ginger 
  • 1 kiwifruit
  • ½ lemon

How to Prepare:

  1. Wash all produce
  2. Peel the cucumber, kiwi, and ginger, if they aren’t organic
  3. Cut the cucumber into smaller pieces, if you’re using a slow juicer
  4. Juice everything in your juicer

These were my favorite juice recipes for bloating. I hope these juices can help you relieve symptoms. Remember, that extreme bloating can be a symptom of a serious condition and shouldn’t be taken lightly. See your physician if symptoms get worse. Do you have any delicious juice recipes you’d like to share? Any questions about juicing? I’ll be happy to help you out in the comments section below. Always stay vibrant, happy, and healthy!

Vibrant Happy Healthy


  1. What wonderful juice recipes to help reduce bloating. They all sound fantastic. I am pinning to try some of them soon.

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