Why stop at Juicy January?
Have you been taking part in Juicy January this year? After the excess of Christmas food, January is often the time many decide to begin looking after themselves a little better. Juicing vegetables and fruit is a great way to facilitate this and Juicy January is a common resolution for all.
The 1st of January comes around and we have the best of intentions – we try to eat healthier and work out more. It’s the beginning of February now and some of us may already be dropping off, however this January Juice is your answer to staying focused on your goals and keep you motivated and feeling good. So, why not continue your healthy juice trends into February, with Fruity February?
Some of the most popular vegetables to include in juices are carrots, cucumber, celery, kale, spinach and beetroot. These can be combined with some popular fruits such as lemons, oranges, apples, and limes. All fruit and veg have huge healthy benefits; here are 5 ingredients which that you should incorporate into your juices this month:
Beetroot – A good source of Potassium, Folate and Vitamin C. It can help to lower blood pressure, support your liver and maintain a healthy weight.
Ginger – It’s high in anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Plus, it can be used to treat many forms of nausea.
Celery – A good source of potassium and folate and is high in fibre, antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. To top it off, it is great in supporting your digestive system.
Carrots – They are said to help regulate blood sugar levels and blood pressure, as well as providing immune-boosting vitamin C.
Oranges – It’s no secret that oranges are packed full of Vitamin C, plus they have some anti-viral properties. Ideal when you’re looking to boost your immune system and stay as healthy as possible.
Kick start your new juice routine with some of our favourite fruit and vegetable combinations:
The Greens: Spinach, Cucumber, Celery, Lemon, Ginger & Apple
The Detoxifier: Beetroot, Carrots, Lemon, Ginger & Apple
Then Energiser: Carrots, Orange, Ginger & Turmeric
Following a juice filled month doesn’t mean you don’t deserve a little treat along the way, so why not indulge in a Dineindulge private chef experience.
The Dineindulge service includes your own private chef who will freshly prepare, cook and serve your chosen Dineindulge menu by taking over your kitchen and equipment in the home. The service is designed to be relaxed and personable with your chef introducing each dish to the table, as well as clearing and cleaning down the kitchen.
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