Fresh Juice Recipe: Ginger/Carrot/OJ Splash

Re-hydrate this summer with a delicious and nutrient-rich juice!

Basking in the summer sun for a moderate amount of time not only raises your Vitamin D levels, but causes an unquenchable thirst for hydrating replenishment. What do you reach for to drink, though?

If you’re like most Americans, Gatorade, beer, or soda is likely on stock; however such options are full of processed sugars, artificial sweeteners, and have a low pH. While they may be tasty at first sip, the ingredients are linked with degenerative health issues and further dehydrate the body – the opposite of what one needs during the summer heat.

Besides water, what should one drink then? How about a nourishing and hydrating fresh-pressed juice! Vibrantly orange and full of antioxidants, this drink is perfect for all people, but is especially refreshing for those who need to cool off from the heat.

Credit: BloomforLife

Credit: BloomforLife

Fresh, stimulating ginger boosts the immune system and remedies digestive ails; orange juice is alkalizing (even though it’s acidic-tasting while drinking) and is abundant in Vitamin C, and carrot is abundant in beta-carotene and other essential nutrients crucial for health. Plus – it’s incredibly easy to make and tastes great!

Ginger Carrot OJ Splash

Preparation Time: 10 Minutes (including clean up)

Serving Size: 1-2

Equipment Needed:

Juicer

Ingredients:

  • 1 lb. Carrots
  • 3 Oranges
  • 1-2 Tbsp Grated Ginger (more/less to taste)

Directions:

Juice all ingredients, stir, (optional: add a few ice cubes), and serve immediately!

Credit: GimmeSomeOven

Credit: GimmeSomeOven

Such a tasty and refreshing drink is not only extremely economical, but is boasts a plethora of nutrients. Sip this on a hot, summer day and be thankful for the healing foods nature offers!

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