What makes the Fresh Ginger Carrot Juice so Healthy and How to Make It?

A fresh ginger carrot juice should be a part of any well-balanced diet. The right diet can make a difference and this is why more and more people are avoiding carbonated drinks. The fresh ginger carrot juice provides many health benefits and will boost your metabolism in the process. It is rich in minerals, antioxidants, nutrients, and vitamins.

Ingredients:

  • Ginger root –½ inch
  • Carrots– 4 to 5
  • Cinnamon powder (optional)
  • Lemon –½
  • Sea salt (optional)

How to make it

After peeling the carrots, rinse them in running water and wait for them to dry. Rinse the ginger root as well, after removing the skin. Put the carrots in a juice and after you get the juice, put the ginger root in the juicer as well. Put both juices in a glass and mix well. Squeeze 1/2 lemon into the mix, and add cinnamon powder or a pinch of sea salt for flavor.

It’s best to drink it with your breakfast.

  • Why is ginger carrot juice so healthy?

1. Boosts Immunity

Carrots are rich in vitamins A and C and they promote production of immune cells. Vitamin A helps the production of white blood cells, which get rid of pathogens that cause illnesses. On the other hand, ginger contains anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Additionally it improves circulation.

2. Improves Skin Health

Carrots prevent acne, blemishes and keep the skin moisturized.  Ginger promotes smooth and clean skin.
There are several nutrients in ginger carrot juice that promote healthy skin and keep skin problems at bay..

3. Promotes Cardiovascular Health

Given their antioxidant and cleansing properties, it’s no wonder this juice contributes to cardiovascular health. The antioxidants in carrots reduce the skin of a heart attack as they fight cholesterol. The potassium, additionally, lowers the blood pressure. Ginger prevents blood clotting  and regulates blood pressure.

5. Controls Diabetes

Ginger lowers the blood sugar level and increase the effectiveness of insulin. Vitamin A, in carrots, protect the eyes from long-term diabetes complications.

6. Good for Digestive Health

Both ginger and carrots are rich in nutrients that are good for the colon and the digestive system overall. Raw carrots help treat constipation and ginger reduces nausea and bloating.

 

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