Lemons are rich in vitamin C with helps to boost your immune system and this is essential not just for not catching colds and flues but also to manage stress more effectively. Stress flushes out Vitamin C so it’s needed in larger quantities during stressful periods. Raw apple cider vinegar feeds the good bacteria in the gut and since 80% of immune defences are located in the digestive system, this is crucial to keep it functioning optimally. Turmeric is one of the strongest anti-microbial and anti-fungal spices around. Makes: 1.5 cups (6 shots) Time: 5 minutes #protectyourself #detoxifyourself2020
What you need: 2 large carrots, washed and roughly chopped 2 large lemons, peeled, seeds removed 4 inches ginger, washed 1 cup water 1/2 cup Raw Apple Cider Vinegar 6 scoops Vitamin C Powder, unsweetened (suggested brand Naka) 1 tsp turmeric powder Pinch black pepper
What you need to do: Blender method: Add all ingredients to a high-speed blender and blend on high until smooth. Use a nut milk bag to separate juice from pulp (save the pulp in the freezer). Serve. Juicer method: Add carrots, lemons, and ginger to a juicer. Once juiced, add water, Vitamin C Powder, turmeric and black pepper. Stir well and serve.
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