Carrots are filled with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. They are also a good source of fibre, starch and natural sugar that enhances your energy. Make sure they’re in your everyday juicing roster to reap their innumerable advantages. Carrots may reduce your risk of heart disease, help keep your eyes healthy, help clear your acne, even lighten and fight signs of ageing. Carrots can reduce the risk of cholesterol. Seven tasty carrot savoury recipes are available to get you started:
This juice is ideal to start your day. Carrots, kale and spinach present a threefold threat of vitamin A, which is essential for good vision and healthy immune systems. Carrot beta carotene is a natural antioxidant and may reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and cancer. The cock and the spinach are also carcinogenic. Although the carrots and lemon sweeten it with a bitter taste of the dark green veggies, they taste great.
The following are the ingredients:
- 1 cup of spinach
- 4 stalks of kale
- 4 large carrots,
- half cucumber
- half lemon
Preparation: Start with your dark green leafy vegetables (spinach and kale). Then put the carrots and the cucumber and finish with the citrus fruit.
The natural sweetness of this juice is astonishingly mild, and it helps to prevent cold and flu with all of vitamin A in carrots and vitamin C in an orange. Onions and garlic have allicin that can slow down and kill a range of bacteria and viruses.
- 2 large carrots,
- half a small onion,
- clove of garlic,
- a pinch of soil turmeric
- pinch of black pepper and
- a half a cup of cold water
- Handful of ice
Preparation: Wash your vegetables and fruit and prepare them. Feed your juicer with carrots, anointing, garlic, parsnip and the orange. Mix the turmeric, black pepper and water in the ground, then add ice and enjoy!
Combined with the ginger, the soft carrots and the scented fruit seeds create a luxurious flavour with the right quantity of zing from the ginger root. Passion fruit seeds have many cardiovascular benefits and also have magnesium, which among many other health benefits is necessary for strong bones.
- 3 large halved carrots,
- 2 passion fruits
- Ginger root
Preparation: Fuel the carrots, and then the fruit grapes, followed by ginger root and then apples, followed by a half inch piece of ginger root. Add ice and enjoy pure bliss.
This combination of carrots, sweet potatoes and peaches with a ginger punch makes you giddy and keep your energy high. Vitamin B6, vitamin C, vitamin D and iron are high in sweet potatoes. Iron gives our bodies adequate energy and provides a boost to white and red blood cell production.
- 1 sweet potato cut into 4 pieces,
- 1⁄2 inch of ginger root
- 3 big carrots,
- 2 half peaches
Preparation: wash and cook the fruit. Fill your juicer with the sweet potato, ginger root, carrot, and serve over ice.
In the hot summer months, this simple juices will keep you cool and hydrated and the sweet taste will have you wondering about more. It is the perfect poolside drink to quench your thirst and it is worth making this juice, again and again, thanks to the long ginger laundry list. Ginger is a natural anti-inflammatory agent and can contribute to digestion, has an anti-tumour effect on cells.
- 4 larger carrots,
- half two cups of an apple,
- 1⁄2 inch root ginger cut in long strips
Preparation: Feed the carrots and the ginger root on the pineapple. Serve over ice straight away
Tell your acne goodbye and smooth your skin with this simple, delicious juice. Kick the dermatological chemicals filled to the curb and use this vitamin A-packed juice on the natural side, which is the key element of certain time tested acne remedies, called retinoids.
- 5 large carrots,
- a handful of spinach
- 1⁄2 lemon
- celery stalks (wash your veggies and fruit and prepare them).
Preparation: Feed your juicer with carrots, spinach and celery and complete with the lemon. Serve over ice and give your acne a hug goodbye!
Another of our favourite summer juice is sweet and cool, plus the fresh taste of the parsley compliments the savoury. A natural anticoagulant found in pineapple juice, Bromelain acts as an anti-inflammatory and digestive aid.
- Celery Stalks
- 5 large carrots,
- half a piece of ginger root
- 1 cucumber,
- half a cup of pineapple
- one beet
- 3 sprigs
Preparation: Feed your juicer with the celery, carrot, ginger-root and cucumber, an apple and beet. Serve and enjoy over ice.