Ever wonder how Blake Lively and Naomi Watts manage to maintain their radiant Hollywood glow? Sure, we imagine it has a lot to do with their dedicated beauty regimens, but the two starlets also credit their glow to inner beauty in the form of a healthy diet. Juice Generation founder Eric Helms is Lively and Watts’ go-to guy when it comes to whipping up vitamin-rich juices, and a slew of other celebs (including Michelle Williams, Hilary Swank, and Jason Bateman) are also hooked the so-called “juice glow.”
In Helms’ new book, The Juice Generation, which contains more than 100 recipes for vegetable and fruit juices, smoothies, and tonics, in addition to self-help tips on how to turn your kitchen into a liquid laboratory, he shares his star customers’ favorite juice recipes—like Williams and Lively—plus their raving commentary.
Not only did we delve into the book—which is broken down into three phases that takes you from beginner to experienced in regards to flavor and skill complexity—we spoke with Helms to squeeze out some of his secrets to staying healthy during the long winter months, plus we scored all the ingredients of Lively’s favorite green juice.