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10 Immunity-Boosting Juices

Health & Fitness - Wednesday, March 18, 2020 10:37:16 AM

10 Immunity-Boosting Juices to Drink When You’re Sick

Our immune system is continuously active, just Figure out which cells belong to your body and which don’t. It means the immune system needs a healthy dose of vitamins and minerals to keep its vitality up and going.

Here are some recipes which are packed with essential nutrients for everyday health or for fighting off the cold and flu.

1. Apple, carrot, and orange

Taste, Love, and Nourish
Carrots, apples, and orange are the best combinations for helping your body protect itself and fight off infections.
Notable nutrients
vitamins A, B-6, and C
potassium
folic acid

2. Orange and grapefruit
The Black Peppercorn
Vitamin C has antioxidant and other properties that protect our cells from substances that damage the body. A deficiency of vitamin C can lead to slowing down wound healing, impotence to properly fight infections, and impaired immune response. Fortunately, this citrus outburst by The Black Peppercorn contains more than enough of your daily intake of vitamin C.
Notable nutrients
vitamins A, B-6, and C
folic acid
zinc
3. Homemade tomato juice
The Balance
 The best way to be sure your tomato juice is fresh and without added ingredients, it is better to make it yourself. The best part? No juicer or blender required although you’ll want to strain the pieces through a sieve. They are rich in folate, which lowers the risk of infections.
Notable nutrients
vitamins A and C
iron
folate
4. Kale, tomato, and celery
Robyn Lee via Serious Eats
Kale is important for many green juices, but the Kale Mary — Serious Eats’ take on a bloody Mary — is truly one of a kind. Instead of reducing the taste of kale with fruits, this recipe uses tomato and celery juice, adding more than enough vitamin A. The horseradish(edible root) may also provide anti-inflammatory benefits. Blend it up for a drink that’ll awaken your senses.
Notable nutrients
vitamins A and C
magnesium
potassium
iron
fatty acids
5. Beet, carrot, ginger, and turmeric
Gourmande in the Kitchen
This fortifying juice by Gourmande in the Kitchen has four root vegetables that’ll help your immune system and will decrease inflammatory indicators.People having rheumatoid arthritis may especially benefit from drinking this juice, as the turmeric and ginger have anti-inflammatory effects.
Notable nutrients
vitamins A, C, and E
iron
calcium
6. Strawberry and mango
Sober Julie
Sober Julie’s strawberry mango mocktail is the healthy way to satisfy your cravings for a bottomless brunch. This recipe uses frozen fruits, which have the same nutritional punch as fresh ones. You can also opt for fresh if you have them available in Market.The vitamin E present in mangos add extra antioxidant benefits to intensify your immune system, especially in older adults.
Notable nutrients
vitamins A, C, and E
iron
folate
7. Watermelon
Veg Recipes of India
Watermelon not only improves your immune system, but it also can help relieve muscle soreness. Muscle soreness is a common sign of  flu, especially in older adults.The heavy water content of this fruit may also make it easier to juice (and it feels like less of a waste of fruit).You can also include watermelon juice in other plain fruit juices, such as apple or orange, that may not have as much vitamin A.
Notable nutrients
vitamins A and C
magnesium
zinc
8. Strawberry-kiwi mint
Home Chef
Strawberries and kiwis are other healthy alternatives for a vitamin C-packed drink. Since you need lots of strawberries to make one cup of juice, you may want to blend these fruits into a smoothie rather than a juice.You can Add Greek yogurt, which  is a good source of magnesium and probiotics. Probiotics may help cells maintain an antimicrobial barrier.
Notable nutrients
vitamins A, C, and B-6
magnesium
zinc
folate
9. Pumpkin seed
The Blender Girl
We decided to include pumpkin seed milk recipe by The Blender Girl as it is one of the freshest, most natural recipes available online. And it works as a great base for fruit smoothies. This milk benefit will boost up your immune system, it may also help your:
  • bone health
  • menopause symptoms
  • urinary health
  • hair and skin
  • mental health
  • prostate health (for men)
Notable nutrients
vitamins A, C, and B-6
magnesium
zinc
10. Spinach, lettuce, and kale
Jeanette’s Healthy Living
A vegetable-based green juice is a powerhouse of nutrients for a strong immune system. Jeanette from Jeanette’s Healthy Living has a wonderful recipe that’ll make anybody, including kids, happy to drink their greens.You can add a handful of parsley for an extra serving of vitamin B-6. This vitamin plays an important role in immune cell multiplication and antibody production.
Notable nutrients
vitamins A, C, and B-6
iron
calcium

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