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My Favorite Green Juice Recipe: Brynn Jinnett

Veggies like sweet potato, broccoli, and even cauliflower star in the Refine Method founder's nutrition-packed juice recipe.

Brynn JinnettBrynn Jinnett, founder of The Refine Method in New York City, is a Harvard-educated, former ballerina who’s fanatical about smart fitness.

While her circuit-style workout efficiently combines metabolic-boosting moves and strength training (after 60 minutes, there’s nary a dry shirt in the room), Jinnett’s the first to say that “workout habits cannot transform your body all by themselves.”

Even so, Jinnett, like the rest of us, has a tricky time keeping a balanced diet. “I try to eat vegetables with every meal, but it’s tough because winter veggies like kale, broccoli, and spinach are not big favorites,” she admits.

The solution? Her Winter Vegetable Juice Medley. In this recipe, she blends sweet potato, broccoli, and even cauliflower for a nutrition-packed drink.

Winter Vegetable Juice Medley

1 cup broccoli
1 cup cauliflower
1 cup spinach leaves
1 1/2 cups sweet potato (or unsweetened canned sweet potatoes)
Ice, water, and a splash of unsweetened almond milk

Blend and enjoy!