Nourishing Roots & Fruits Juice
Healing, nourishing, and soothing freshly pressed juice
1 Serving Contains
- Calories 364 cal 18% 18%
- Fat 2g 4% 4%
- Saturates 0 g 0% 0%
- Sugar 52.8 30% 30%
- Salt 0 g 0% 0%
Roots & Fruits Juice is Nourishing & Hydrating
By: Rowanna Watson
This juice will wake up your taste buds, and nourish you from the inside out. A perfect start to your day. A nourishing, hydrating and refreshing juice.
FOR THE ROOTS & FRUITS
- Apple 1
- Pears 2
- Parsnip 1
- Cucumber ¼
- Lime 1
- Fresh Mint 1 small handful
Wash all produce
Run everything through your juicer
Strain juice and pour into a large glass
What’s It Good For?
Apples are hydrating (as they are 85% water). They help to fill you up, if you’re looking to loose weight, apples are a great addition to your diet. They are filled with fiber and energy to keep you fueled througout the day.
There are 100s of varieties of pear. Pears are hydrating, made up of 83% water and easy on your tummy. There’s a good reason that pears are some of the first foods fed to babies. They also contain polyphenols which are a type of antioxidant.
Parsnips are rich in a wide range of vitamins, from vitamin c, vitamin k, folate and vitamin e – to thiamine, magnesium and zinc.
Did you know that cucumber is a fruit? (not a vegetable). Cucumbers are bursting with vitamin k and water. Vitamin k is particularily useful for promoting bone and blood metabolism, and encouraging healthy clotting.
Lime is great for your skin. It’s also a great cleanser as lime is filled with antioxidants that can strengthen your immune system.
PRO TIP: Limes are often covered with wax, that should be removed before you add them to a glass of water. Look out for unwaxed limes at your grocery store.
Mint is refreshing, and comes in a wide variety of flavours, like peppermint or spearmint. Mint is very soothing to the digestive system. Mint is easy to grow – you plant it once in your garden and it comes back year after year. One great thing about mint is that it’s the perfect remedy for bad breath. Mint also provides nutrients like vitamin a, iron, manganise and folate.
Who Made This?
“Hey, I’m Rowanna – certified holistic health coach and best selling author. Born and living in Scotland, UK with my husband and 3 children (all vegan). I write evidence-based health content for several multi-million dollar companies. Focusing on natural, kind ways to optimize health and wellbeing for my international clients. I also write recipes, books and courses that will inspire you to live a life filled with energy and joy.“
“I just want to say, I think you have just changed my life…“
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