Your immune system is constantly active, figuring out which cells belong to your body and which don’t. This means the immune system needs a healthy dose of vitamins and minerals to keep well, particularly in winter when we can get run down.The following recipes are packed with essential nutrients for everyday health or for fighting off the cold and flu. Learn which immunity-enhancing nutrients each juice has so you can start your mornings off with a refreshing boost to your body’s natural defences.

Examples of some different Juices

 Apple, Carrot, and Orange

 Carrot, Apples, and orange are a winning combination for helping your body protect itself and fight off infections. The tartness of the green apple really cuts through the sweetness of the carrots and oranges.

High in vitamins

  • vitamins A, B-6, and C
  • potassium
  • folic acid

Orange and grapefruit

High in vitamins

  • vitamins A, B-6, and C
  • folic acid
  • zinc

 Homemade tomato juice

Tomatoes are rich in folate, which help lower your risk of infections.

High in vitamins

  • vitamins A and C
  • iron
  • folate

Kale, tomato, and celery

High in vitamins

  • vitamins A and C
  • magnesium
  • potassium
  • iron
  • fatty acids

Beet, carrot, ginger, and turmeric

 Its known that Inflammation is often an immune response to infections. It can cause flu or cold symptoms like a runny nose, coughs, and body aches. Known Benefits from drinking this juice, as the turmeric and ginger have anti-inflammatory effects.
  • calcium

Strawberry and mango

 The vitamin E from the mangos add extra antioxidant benefits to enhance your immune system.

High in vitamins

  • A, C, and E
  • iron
  • folate

Watermelon

You can also include watermelon juice in other plain fruit juices, such as apple or orange, that may not have as much vitamin A.

High in vitamins

  • vitamins A and C
  • magnesium
  • zinc

Strawberry-kiwi mint

 Yummy Mixed with Greek yoghurt,  We all know Probiotics may help cells maintain a healthy gut.

High in vitamins

  • vitamins A, C, and B-6
  • magnesium
  • zinc
  • folate

 Pumpkin seed

Did you know Pumpkin seed Milk works as a great base for fruit smoothies?

The extra benefits are also hard to ignore. Not only will this milk benefit your immune system, it may also help your:

  • bone health
  • menopause symptoms
  • urinary health
  • hair and skin
  • mental health
  • prostate health (for men)

Very interesting goodness in the old Pumpkin Seed!!!!!!

High in vitamins

  • vitamins A, C, and B-6
  • magnesium
  • zinc

Spinach, lettuce, and kale

Greens are Great

  • vitamins A, C, and B-6
  • iron
  • calcium

Just a few Ideas to Keep you boosted over Winter.

Please follow advice from a nutritionist or your health professional.  These are a few juices idea’s I have found and their goodness.  I thought you might like to try.  I know the boost I get to my skin and health after having a 2 weeks booster, I try A different juices each day for 2 Weeks.

A  few boosting Serum

Antioxidants  Algologie Des Dunes Soothing Serum

Collagen  FLEUR DE MER COLLAGEN DROPS

Vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid) FLEUR DE MER VITAMIN C SERUM 11%

Nicotinamide (vitamin B3): FLEUR DE MER VITAMIN B CO+ NIACIN SERUM

Vitamin E (alpha tocopherol): Algologie Des Vagues Hydra Replenishing Serum

 

Hydroxy acids FLEUR DE MER FRUIT ACID CLEANSING MILK