Juice Recipe: Cantaloupe & Grape


Talking with friends in the Juicing for Health group on Facebook, I have been inspired to revisit some of my favourite melon juice recipes as well as try some new ones. I enjoy eating melon and grapes for breakfast and they combine really well in a juice too.

cantaloupe melons and a bunch of grapes

Cantaloupe melons are a great source of Vitamins A & C as well as Potassium. Grapes are rich in a wide variety of phytonutrients, including the well known Resveratrol, with a range of health benefits.

In a paper titled ‘Anti-proliferative effect of resveratrol, a natural component of grapes and wine, on human colonic cancer cells’, the authors state:

Resveratrol caused a significant decrease of ornithine decarboxylase (ODC) activity, a key enzyme of polyamine biosynthesis, which is enhanced in cancer growth…In conclusion, our results are the first to describe a potent anti-proliferative effect of resveratrol on the growth of human colon cancer cells.

Ingredients (to make 52 oz approx.)

  • 2 Cantaloupe Melons
  • 1 lb Red Grapes

ingredients ready to be juiced


  1. Wash the grapes
  2. Cut the melons in half and get rid of the seeds
  3. Cut the rind off the melon
  4. Juice the ingredients together
  5. Sieve the juice to remove the pulp

Juice Fiend Says

When I bottle juice to drink later on, I like to fill it to overflowing. This means I waste a tiny bit of juice. But the benefit is that I can ensure on air will be in the bottle oxidising my juice and reducing its nutrient profile.

52 oz of juice

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Andy Cowan is a veteran juicer who has been juicing for over 20 years. He ran a juice bar in Scotland and is happy to share his most popular juice recipes with you here. An expert on juice cleansing, he is here to help you reclaim your birth right - vibrant health.

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