7 Tips On Juicing With Vitamix

Vitamix is one of the most popular juicing and blending machines that is used among most juicing/blending enthusiasts, alongside the Nutribullet and Ninja brands

Vitamix is known for being totally brilliant in chef kitchens as it is ideal for making smooth purees. Just blending whole-food ingredients with a bit of water can create a perfect puree with a Vitamix blender. 

Vitamix is also popular because it allows its users to be able to manually control blending speeds, giving you the ability to mix pretty much anything you could think of, from chip dips, soups, cold cocktails, juices, and smoothies. 

These epic blenders and juicers are able to also make anything hot in just mere minutes.

However, how do you use Vitamix to create juice?

Juicing With Vitamix

Can You Juice With A Vitamix

Vitamix machines can juice just as well as blend. However, if you are in a real-time crunch, blending is probably cleaner and easier as an option. 

So, yes, you can juice with a Vitamix, as well as blend.

7 Tips On Juicing With A Vitamix

Want some top tips on how to juice with a Vitamix? No worries, we have got all of the top tips on how you can do this and get the most out of it.


With Vitamix, you can use pretty much any vegetable or fruit to make juice. You should also feel free to experiment with ingredients and try new combinations and flavors that you may not have tried before, or may seem a bit weird. Experimentation of one of the perks of juicing with a Vitamix! 


Before you decide to use your Vitamix, you should ensure that it is able to handle how many ingredients you will be putting in it. If you overfill the lender, it can overload and this is a great way to end up shutting down the blender or even breaking it. 

You might have to use a couple of batches if you need to make more than what would typically fit into your blender. But it is better to do this than to end up with a broken blender.


If you are making juice out of a  thick vegetable, something like beetroot, for example, then ensure you blend something such as celery with these first until they are liquid to avoid clogging up your Vitamix blades. 

If the mixture is still too thick, then you can always add in more water. This is not watering it down as much as it is a safety precaution.


Juicing With Vitamix

It can be a good idea to add in some ice cubes or water to thin our juices that could otherwise be too thick for your taste. This is especially true of juices such as carrot juices or beetroot juices. 


If you are going to use a Vitamix blender to make some juice, this is totally fine, simply ensure that when you do this, you clean up the blender straight away after you have used it. If you do not do this then the pulp can end up drying up which could be very hard to remove later. 

Also, be aware of fruits and veg that are extremely acidic, acidic fruit and veg need to be emptied and cleaned as soon as possible, as acidic fruits and veg can do a significant amount of damage to your blender and can harm the blades if you are not careful.


Healthier juices are juices that have less sugar in them, as you likely already know. If you want to enjoy juices but enjoy healthier options, consider using more vegetables and less fruit in your juices. 

Fruits often have a lot of natural sugars, whereas vegetables tend to not have so many natural sugars in them. When blended and juiced, the natural sugars in fruit are more easily ingested. 

Consider kale, spinach, celery, and other similar vegetables. The healthiest smoothies of all tend to be leafy green-based smoothies

These are also our favorites.


If you want to have juice made by your Vitamix blender but you do not like the pulp, then consider blending your fruits and vegetables, and then using a sieve or mesh wire colander to strain the pulp out of the juice. 

While plenty of us enjoy the pulp, it is not to everyone’s tastes. And so, straining it is a good idea, although in doing so, you do miss out on a lot of the nutrition (especially fiber). 

If you do not have a sieve available or a mesh colander, then consider using an overturned bowl, or get inventive with kitchen towels. 

There are many ways you can do this. 

Is It Better To Use A Juicer Or Vitamix?

Vitamix machines can blend, but they can also perform whole-food juices. If you are on a time limit then blending is cleaner and easier, but juicing will produce better juice overall. 

Vitamix machines are technically juicers anyway, although as a juicer they are not ideal in a rush, but do produce great juices. If you wanted a juicer simply for juicing, we would still recommend Vitamix, because if you end up needing a blender, Vitamix already does that! 

We recommend Vitamix all the way, due to the multifaceted nature of these machines. Sure, their juicer feature does take a lot longer than their blending feature does, however, it is well worth it for good juice. 

In our opinion, Vitamix is definitely one of the best blending and juicing machine brands out there, perhaps even beating Ninja blenders, but we will leave that decision up to you! 

Vitamix Juice Recipe For Weight Loss

Vitamix Juice Recipe For Weight Loss

Vitamix Juice Recipe For Weight Loss

Today we are juicing using a Vitamix blender, and oh boy, it's so easy!
Prep Time 2 minutes
Cook Time 2 minutes
Total Time 4 minutes
Course Drink
Cuisine American
Servings 2
Calories 66 kcal


  • 1 Vitamix Blender


  • 5-6 thick slices of cucumber
  • 2 celery stalks cut into large pieces
  • 1/2- inch piece fresh ginger peeled
  • 1 green appled cored and diced
  • 1 lemon Juiced
  • 2 1/2 cups of cold water
  • 1 handful of spinach washed


  • Add all the ingredients to your vitamix blender.
  • Blend for about 1 minute.
  • Strain the mixture through a nut milk bag.
  • Enjoy immediately.



Best consumed straight away.


Serving: 1servingSugar: 7.7gFiber: 1.8gCalories: 66kcalFat: 0.1gProtein: 0.2gCarbohydrates: 12.3g
Keyword detox drinks, green juice, juicing, juicing with a blender, vitamix juicing
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