These days, more than ever, having a strong immune system is an important defense against emerging viruses and illnesses. While a healthy diet and regular exercise help your immune system, there are immune boosting combinations of juices that will help keep your body ready to fight any invisible internal war.
Peel and cut each ingredient to fit into your juicer. Then pass them all through the juicer, one after the other. Down that Green Monster and you’ll get an instant kick of energy from the orange and spinach, a great settled stomach feeling from the celery, and the ginger will kickstart your day.
Working best with masticating juicers to get the most out of it, this is quite literally a shot glass worth of juice that will still knock you flat. Turmeric is the ingredient that gives curries their bright yellow color, and also packs anti-oxidants in each drop. Ginger is known to provide anti-oxidants and immune boosting polyphenols.
Rinse everything thoroughly, then juice them according to the recommendations of your juicer. The orange contains massive amounts of vitamin C to get your immune system humming. The carrot comes in from the left with enough beta-carotene to make you glow in the dark, hence The Morning Glow.
The first thing that needs to happen, and what requires the most patience, is that you will need to soak the pumpkin seeds in water for 8 hours. Generally, a medium bowl should hold the cup of pumpkin seeds without issue. Cover the seeds of water and add a tiny pinch of sea salt, then cover with a tea towel.
This juice is a combination of all the best vegetables and fruits to get your immune system in the gym and training hard. Based around beets, it also provides natural sugars for energy, phytochemicals, and polyphenols. And on top of that… it tastes great!
This juice is mighty, mostly because it comes in with a one two punch of both immunity boosting nutrients and vital phytochemicals to fight off bacteria. It also has the benefit of being extremely hydrating, and helps fight inflammation.
This smoothie can also be made with frozen strawberries and mangos. Put everything into a blender with some ice cubes and blitz until thick and smooth.