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Just three simple ingredients can nourish and hydrate the cells in your body. This Orange Carrot Ginger Juice is sweet, tangy, refreshing and packed with nutrients.
A few weeks ago, I did a five-day juice cleanse at home. Yep, I’m a little crazy like that! I feel like my body needed a little boost after all that holiday eating. Too many sweet treats were consumed by me. Oh boy, was this cleanse hard! I did get hungry and a little cranky, but I stuck with it and relaxed as much as possible. Meditation helped out a lot, and making fresh juices like this Orange Carrot Ginger Juice made it so much easier.
I would make an array of different juices everyday, so I wouldn’t get bored and give up. I’m so glad I did this cleanse, because I felt fantastic afterwards. I had more energy, I felt lighter and my skin was glowing. I think I might do another cleanse in a few months.
You don’t have to do a juice cleanse, to get your body to a healthier state. It’s not for everybody. Another good way to start, is to add a fresh juice into your daily routine. I like to have a fresh juice in the morning, to really kick-start my day. My energy feels natural and I don’t get that afternoon crash. Adding one juice and a fresh salad to your routine, can really keep your body healthy.
Do you guys remember that orange tangy juice, by Sunny D? It was pretty popular when I was a kid and everyone had it in their fridge. Well, I saw it at the market the other day, and I honestly couldn’t believe it was still around and people consume it. It’s pure garbage! I think all kids should be introduced to fresh juice instead of sugar & chemical filled water early on. Once they’ve had that bad stuff, their pallets become accustomed to it. This Orange Carrot Ginger Juice blows that nasty stuff away! It’s definitely kid-friendly and my son loves it (I just use less ginger for him).
So, let’s check out that nutrition:
Oranges- Loaded with vitamin C and a great source of vitamin B1, folate, vitamin A, calcium, copper and potassium.
Carrots- Beta Carotene, vitamin C, biotin, vitamin K, potassium, manganese, vitamin E and vitamin B6.
Ginger- Vitamin B-6, vitamin B-5, potassium, manganese, copper, and magnesium. Also has anti-inflammatory properties.
You’ll get all that in just one tall glass of sunshine! Why not make one for you and your family today?
Orange Carrot Ginger Juice
- 6 large carrots
- 3 medium oranges (peeled and deseeded)
- 1/2 inch piece of fresh ginger
- Run all ingredients through juicer. Drink immediately