Orange, Carrot & Ginger Juice
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Orange, Carrot & Ginger Juice

Orange, Carrot & Ginger Juice

Immune Boosting Orange, Carrot & Ginger Juice
I have the most refreshing orange, carrot and ginger juice recipe for you. Fresh oranges, carrot and ginger are blended and juiced to make this vibrant, immune boosting drink.
Also, you don’t need a juicer to make juices! You just need a fine sieve or a nut milk bag and it is what I use every time!

I love making juices out of seasonal fruit and veg which is why I have chosen to use oranges and carrots and they work perfectly together.

The addition of fresh ginger brings this juice together and adds a spicy and warm flavour.

Immune Boosting Orange, Carrot and Ginger Juice

This drink is perfect in winter when the colds kick in and our bodies need a boost. I’m having a glass as I write this and I could drink it every morning it’s that good.

If you’re put off because you think juicing is effort – it really isn’t. Yes, it takes a little longer than just whizzing up a smoothie but it’s totally worth it.

Fresh homemade juices beat shop bought every time.

If you don’t have a juicer you will need a powerful blender and either a fine sieve or I recommend buying a nut milk bag.

That is the one I use and can recommend. They are inexpensive, reusable and perfect for making your own milks and juices.

Once they are blended you will place the bag over a bowl/pyrex jug, pour the blend in and squeeze.

You may need to do it in batches so you don’t make a mess. You will be left with the pulp but do not throw this out!

Use it in a smoothie or soup like my thai sweet potato and carrot soup. You could always freeze the pulp too if you don’t have time to use it straight away.

Immune Boosting Orange, Carrot and Ginger Juice

This juice taste best when chilled so pop it in the fridge for a couple of hours before serving or serve with ice.

If you want to make this in advance I recommend drinking it within 24 hours. It is a great recipe to make the night before you want to drink it.
Orange, Carrot & Ginger Juice

Fresh orange, carrot and ginger juice is the perfect drink to start your day. With only 3 ingredients this homemade juice is tasty and immune boosting!

Ingredients
8 oranges
5 carrots
2.7 inch fresh ginger
Instructions
Cut the oranges in half and juice then pour into your blender/juicer.
Cut the ends of your carrots and roughly chop. Scrape the skin off the ginger with a spoon and add to the blender/juicer too.
If you are using a juicer, turn on and use according to instructions.
If you are using a blender, blend on high for about a minute. Then place a fine sieve or nut milk bag over a bowl/pyrex jug. Pour it in batches and then squeeze through the sieve/bag.
Pour into glasses and drink straight away, or place in the fridge for up to a day!

Notes
Don’t throw the pulp away! Use it in a smoothie, soup or stew such as my thai sweet potato and carrot soup. You could also freeze it to use at a later date.
Oranges are rich in a variety of nutrients. This fruit has a low caloric value, does not contain saturated fat or cholesterol, but is rich in fiber, pectin, which are extremely useful for overweight people. Pectin serves as a natural laxative and thus helps protect the mucous membrane of the colon by reducing the time of exposure to toxic substances, as well as by binding to carcinogens in the colon. Pectin also lowers blood cholesterol levels by reducing bile acid reabsorption in the colon.
Orange, like other citrus fruits, is an excellent source of vitamin C (it provides about 60 percent of the daily recommended dose). Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant. Eating foods rich in vitamin C helps the body develop resistance to infectious agents, and also collects harmful, inflammatory free radicals from the blood.
Oranges can be worn anywhere without much hassle. Fresh oranges can be eaten anytime, anywhere. Simply wash them with tap water to remove any dust and pesticide residues, peel the skin and enjoy the fruit!

Peel a squash, grate it and squeeze the juice. Remove the thin white membrane from the meat, as well as the hairs and seeds. Oranges are usually eaten this way. Alternatively, you can cut the orange in half and remove the contents with a spoon.

Fresh orange juice is as popular as eating whole fruits. However, it is better to eat an orange than to drink juice to get the most out of antioxidants. The fiber content is also significantly reduced when squeezing the juice. If you still want juice, squeeze it yourself instead of buying ready-made juices, because they usually contain preservatives, artificial colors and a lot of sugar. Before squeezing, leave the fruit at room temperature, if you have previously stored it in the refrigerator.

The top of the peel, grated with a grater is used in the preparation of many recipes, mostly because of the rich taste of the sebaceous glands.
Orange slices are a great addition to any fruit salad, but also some green salads.
Fresh orange juice is an extremely refreshing drink.
This fruit is also used to make desserts, jams and marmalades.
Orange peel is used in many recipes, due to its rich taste.
Dried flowers and orange leaves are used to make herbal tea.
Fresh ginger helps lower high cholesterol and fights certain stomach bacteria, which are thought to be responsible for causing stomach ulcers.

At the same time, it reduces bloating and relieves tension caused by unpleasant gas. It has a positive effect on the restoration of the intestinal flora, has a laxative effect and regulates irregular stools.

Severe headaches and migraines can be alleviated by consuming a few thin slices of fresh ginger.

How to use: Fresh ginger is good for consumption after it is well washed and peeled. Simply cut a few thin strips of fresh ginger and chew on small pieces. Or grate it and add a spoonful of honey to soften the spicy taste.
Carrots can be eaten in many ways. Only 3% of raw β-carotene is released from raw carrots during digestion. This can be improved up to 39% by chopping, cooking and adding cooking oil. Alternatively, they can be chopped or boiled, fried or steamed, boiled in soups and stews, and used in baby food and pet food.

A well-known mixture of carrots is the so-called julienne. Greens can be eaten as a vegetable leaf, but people rarely use it in their diet. Along with onions and celery, carrots are one of the basic mixes used to make various soups.

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