Feeling tired and heavy? Replenish your food supply, freshen up and recharge with this beet and watermelon energy juice! If you are a lover of freshly squeezed juices, you know how beneficial they can be for your body!
Juice removes insoluble fiber from fruits and vegetables, allowing your body to quickly absorb nutrients from them. You can also “pack” a much larger serving of healthy ingredients into juice than you can eat. This results in a rapid flow of nutrients into the bloodstream and an increase in energy levels. Just be careful to avoid eating fruits that are high in sugar, otherwise you may increase your blood sugar!
Beetroot is the star of this juice. You’ve probably noticed how beets appear in natural pre-workout drinks or in energy-boosting supplements. And it’s not just that! Among the many health benefits the root vegetable provides, it is also an excellent source of nitric oxide, which is used as a regular pre-workout supplement to boost strength and endurance.
Spinach is known for its nutrient-rich greens, but did you know that it also boosts energy levels?
Iron deficiency is one of the most missing elements in our body. We simply don’t eat foods that can replenish our iron stores. Women are at greater risk. Nearly 20-25% of women do not get enough iron. One of the main symptoms of iron deficiency is low energy levels or feeling tired. So what does this have to do with spinach? Spinach is an excellent source of iron. Just 1/2 cup spinach contains 20% of your daily iron requirement.
Who doesn’t love watermelon? It’s delicious, refreshing and hydrating! is the perfect summer fruit that is 92% water, making it a great juicing ingredient!
Watermelon is also one of the largest sources of lycopene, a phytonutrient that studies show may lower the risk of bowel cancer, cardiovascular disease, macular disease, and diabetes.
Carrots are known for their high beta-carotene content (it is thanks to this substance that carrots have a bright orange color). Beta carotene is a powerful antioxidant that fights a variety of diseases, including cancer. Carrots are also a great energy booster. It is rich in vitamins that help convert food into energy.
Energy drink. Recipe
1/8 watermelon (use more as needed, ripe watermelons produce more juice)
3 large carrots
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1 cup spinach
2 limes, peeled
4 sprigs of mint
2.5-centimeter slice of ginger
Pass all ingredients through a juicer. If you don’t have a juicer, place the ingredients in a blender with a little water. Whisk and then strain through cheesecloth.
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