Carrot Pear Juice Recipe
Calming Carrot Pear Juice Recipe
Calming Carrot Pear Juice Recipe
Time: 10 minutes to prepare Servings: 2 glasses
3 large carrots
3 stalks celery
2 broccoli florets
1 small cucumber
1-inch knob ginger
½ teaspoon of grounded ginseng (optional see below)
½ a lemon juice
Calming Carrot Juice Recipe Instructions
Wash and brush your fruits and vegetables well and pat dry.
Chop the carrots and discard the tops if desired. ( Note the carrot tops, leaves are edible but they don’t taste too nice!)
Chop the pear, celery, broccoli, ginger, and cucumber so they can comfortably fit
in your juicer.
Add the chopped fruit and vegetable pieces pear, celery, ginger, cucumber, and then broccoli into the juicer chute ensuring you don’t put too many pieces into the chute at one time.
Collect the juice in a glass or mason jar.
Add the ginseng, lemon juice, and stir well.
Serve the Apple-Pear Juice Recipe and enjoy chilled!
Nutritional Facts For Carrot Pear Juice Recipe
Calories 111 | Carbs 30g | Fat 0 g | Protein 1g
The Nutritional Properties of this Carrot Pear Juice Recipe
Carrots are a natural source of beta carotene, fiber, vitamin K1, potassium, and antioxidants.
Carrots are known to have a lot of health benefits, particularly their reputation for supporting our eyes. Carotene antioxidants are well-associated with helping to lower the chances of cancer.
Pears are packed with a soluble fiber called pectin which is known to help give a feeling of fullness, support good gut health, and good bacteria.
Pears have natural sources of antioxidants, copper, vitamin c, and vitamin k. Copper when combined with Iron supports the body to produce red blood cells, this helps nourish the immune and nervous system.
Celery has an alkalising effect on the blood and body, packed with vital antioxidants that help prevent blood vessels, organs and cells from oxidative stress and harm.
Celery contains pectin-based polysaccharides such as apiuman and trace elements such as calcium, iron, potassium, sodium,
Celery and celery seeds are well-reputed to be beneficial in reducing inflammatory conditions such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, osteoporosis.
Broccoli is a good source of Vitamin A, B, C, E, K which includes folic acid. As well as calcium, iron, magnesium, and selenium. Magnesium is a vital component in the functions of many parts of the body.
Other health benefits of Broccoli it’s a good source of protein and fibre, it is said to help build strong bones, can help reduce the risk of cancer, good for eye health.
Cucumber is rich in electrolytes, contains micronutrients and antioxidants helps prevent dehydration. It helps encourage a feeling of fullness, being a low dense energy food it can be extremely helpful in weight loss.
Cucumber contains minerals such as copper, magnesium, phosphorus, and potassium, vitamins B, C, and K.
Ginger is a well-known anti-inflammatory its is high in gingerol, it also has antioxidant properties. It is reputed to restrain the growth of certain types of bacteria.
Ginger can help with nausea especially morning sickness, can help reduce blood sugar.
Ginger is widely used in ayurvedic medicine for a variety of health issues.
Ginseng; there are two main different types of ginseng: Asian or Korean ginseng (Panax ginseng) and American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius) both types have a variety of different properties.
For this recipe, we would recommend the american ginseng as it is less stimulating. Panax quinquefolius can help support brain function, reduce blood sugar, improve immune system and energy levels.
So if you are looking for a juice recipe that supports your nervous system, boosts your energy levels and immune system whilst giving you a variety of electrolytes, vitamins, minerals, and micronutrients our Super Apple Pear Juice Recipe is perfect for you.
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