Immune juice – a natural supplement supporting a healthy body and mind

“Are you interested in more energy, increased focus, mental clarity or weight loss, could  a daily juice habit be the answer? 

A daily juice habit may offer tremendous health benefits – why not make the Immune Juice your daily “all in one” natural health supplement.“

Adding microgreens to your existing juices or smoothies, may offer comprehensive nutritional support to critical areas of your health. Packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, enzymes, phytonutrients & chlorophyll your new juice or smoothie, may help  restore, revive and make you feel good.

The Immune Juice has a high concentration of phytonutrients per calorie, and retain a rich sources of vitamins, minerals, trace minerals, enzymes and antioxidants. This, along with the cucumber, lemon and celery may create an easiest to absorb natural multivitamin supplement. 

It’s time to enjoy real nourishment that may supports a healthy body and mind.

Juice Recipe 

½ – 1 organic cucumber or about

4 stalks organic celery (leaves can be bitter)

1/4 -1/2  punnet of living microgreens – sunflower may be great for overall health

½ -1 lemon – use some peel too, zesty and fresh

3 tbsp of oil – macadamia, avocado, olive, flax-seed or hemp oil

Drink immediately after juicing slowly – eat your juice

A daily juice protocol can be as simple as adding a single juice, adding 10 – 15 minutes a day to your current routine.

A daily juice routine  doesn’t require you to give up anything. It can be a supplement to eating a diet rich in whole foods , fibre and plants, not a replacement. Start with a medium sized glass  and work your way up to two  juices a day of fresh, raw juice.

I  drink 2  big juices a day, one in the morning and one in the afternoon on an empty stomach.

Adding Oil

Adding oil to green juice has shown to to help your body assimilate some of the nutrients.

Some nutrients are fat-soluble, which means that your body needs a little fat to help unlock their benefits.

To many the idea of adding oil to a green juice may sound like a bad idea. What we must remember though is that some fats are good for us, and  required by our body to function. Just as we need to have a good intake of protein, energy, vitamins and minerals we need the right kinds of fats in our diet too. Research has shown that the morning may be the optimal time of the day, to consume this.

Other oils you can add to your juice recipe include:

  • Olive oil
  • Avocado oil
  • Macadamia oil
  • Evening Primrose oil – a source of omega 6 fatty acids
  • Flax-seed oil – a source of omega 3 essential fatty acids
  • Hemp oil – can act as a blood thinner