The problem with today’s fitness is the same as with any other trend – it’s just a trend.
And when something is trendy, everyone wants to be in on the action, sometimes filling up the internet with useless, and worst-case scenario, incorrect information.
Nutrition, is an extremely important element in the health and fitness trend, wasn’t spared – googling ‘nutritional juices’ will give you so many combinations you’ll get dizzy before you reach page two.
But the fact is, a lot of these blends haven’t really been thought through and are just a bunch of different fruits and vegetables being squeezed together without much sense.
Then, people try to remedy it by adding flavored milk, or honey, only adding to the frustration.
That is why we’ve decided to create a list of the top five fruit and vegetable juice blends, which are nutritionally rich, but also tasty as hell.
That means, through this combination, you will have a proper ratio of protein, carbohydrates, water, minerals, vitamins, and fat.
Everything you need, in a single glass.
So, without further ado, here are the top five nutritionally rich fruit and vegetable juice blends.
One cup of spinach
One Thai coconut (young, preferably)
One cup of green kale
One cup of parsley
A few leaves of collards
Two celery ribs
One lemon (with skin)
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If you’re among the people who can’t seem to get 400mg of magnesium a day, try the shocker listed above.
Your energy levels should go through the roof.
One inch of fresh ginger
One green apple
Five kale leaves
One cup of celery
A few leaves of parsley
Every ingredient in this juice just screams ‘healthy!’.
They are fairly cheap and easy to obtain, and quite easy to mix, as well.
All you need is a good juicer.
One green apple
Half a pound of organic tart cherries
Half a cup of strawberries
Two ribs of celery
Half a cucumber
Half a lemon, peeled
Three cups of vanilla yogurt
One spoon of honey
One inch of freshly grated ginger
In this combination, the banana is the most important element.
It will give the juice flavor and will give the body all the energy it needs.
Honey is there to make things extra sweet, as well as to serve as an antibiotic, protecting your body from external harm.
Vanilla yogurt will add to the flavor, as well as work on the juice’s consistency.
If it becomes too dense for you, you can try adding less yogurt or adding a few blocks of ice.
In an ideal situation, there would be two servings, one for early morning, and one for the night.