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Did you know that some foods can strengthen your immunity and protect you from colds and flu?
If you are always catching colds, feeling tired, or have other issues associated with low immunity, it is time to boost your immunity with this juice made of carrot, ginger, and lemon.
Carrot is rich in minerals, vitamins A, B, C, and E, and potent antioxidants that improve lung, kidney, and liver function. It also protects us against different types of cancer.
Other benefits from carrot are it helps treat constipation, prevents kidney stones, and purifies the intestine, eliminating the toxins and helping with proper absorption of nutrients.
When eaten raw, carrot offers the necessary enzymes to regulate the digestive system.
Ginger also acts as an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, boosting our immunity and fighting off infections and inflammations in the body.
Lemon helps improve the immune system, being a great help against flu and colds.
Write down the ingredients:
1 carrot, medium;
1 slice ginger, peeled – approximately 0.8 inches;
2 glasses of water;
Peel and slice the carrot and ginger. Put them in a blender.
Add the water and blend until smooth.
Squeeze the lemons over the juice and drink right away, preferably 30 minutes before your breakfast, on an empty stomach.
If you want to sweeten it, add a teaspoon of honey.
Besides boosting your immunity, this juice also improves your vision, prevents premature aging, protects your cardiovascular health, and improves digestion. All thanks to its ingredients.
Try it and share your experience with us.
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0:31 Health Benefits of Carrots
0:59 Health Benefits of Ginger
1:07 Health Benefits of Lemon
1:24 Carrot Lemon and Ginger Juice Recipe
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