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Carrot Juice

by | Jan 25, 2015 | Smoothies & Juices | 0 comments

Errr, what’s up doc?

My morning begins with either a fresh veggie juice or a smoothie. After getting a juicer for Christmas I’ve been experimenting with different juices and boy am I enjoying it!

One of my staples is carrot Juice.

Carrots are naturally sweet and the best-tasting of the veggie juices. Packed with antioxidants and vitamins, carrot juice is a great immune-boosting, skin-clearing, digestion-supporting drink.

And with added pineapple (which aids digestion and reduces inflammation) and a few cabbage leaves (which are full of anti-cancer nutrients and helps soothe tummy troubles and ulcers) this drink is a powerful and healing way to start your morning.

I honestly love ginger so I add it to all my juices. Not only do I love the taste, but there are so many reasons to add ginger to your diet. Ginger improves digestion and circulation, and relieves bloating, sore throats and inflammation.

Ingredients

4 carrots

1/2 pineapple

2 large cabbage leaves

1cm ginger (optional)

Method

Simply juice and serve over ice.

Drink immediately on an empty stomach.

What are your favourite juice combinations?

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