And that’s not all. If you’re the type of person who hates eating the daily recommended amount of vegetables or fruits, juice is the perfect way to down it all with just a few gulps. No more chewing, and certainly no more squishy, bitter taste that makes some people want to gag it all out.
However, not all fruits and vegetables are “compatible” with each other. This means that if you mix the wrong ingredients, you can just end up with an upset stomach, and not be able to function properly for the most part of the morning (or the day). So before you buy that overly expensive juicer, do your research as to what fruit and veggie combination would be most suitable—starting right now.
The Green JuiceThe green juice is a combination of celery, cucumber, broccoli, and parsley. Not only is it the perfect morning refreshment, it’s also the perfect detox drink to flush out all the bad toxins from the body. Plus, broccoli is a great anti-cancer food.
You can combine different kinds of berries to give you that sharp mind everybody needs to pay attention in the morning—whether in school or in the office. Berries are one of the high oxygen radical absorbance capacity foods, which means they help prevent cell-damage oxidation, as well as long-term memory loss.
Citrus with PomegranateYou can never go wrong with citrus: Oranges, grapefruits, tangerines, et cetera. They’re right up there when it comes to the “favorites” list (and the most common). It’s anything but boring, and when mixed with pomegranate, the splash of color makes you want to drink it all day. Rich in antioxidants and Vitamin C too.
Blend lychees and peaches with coconut water and you got the perfect morning juice which won’t just keep you hydrated longer, but will also give you the energy boost you need to breeze through the day. Also very low on calories.
The ingredients are beet, carrots, apples, and ginger. Beets are also known for providing energy, while carrots and apples are also rich in minerals and antioxidants—and so is ginger. It also helps improve circulation and helps indigestion.
There are plenty of other juices you can drink in the morning. Good thing you’ll never run out of recipes online or otherwise. Once you get the hang of it, you’ll also be able to make your own! Not only is it fun, but it’s mighty healthy too. Good luck!
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