Japanese Recipe for Juice That Beats All Seasonal Diseases

Japanese Recipe for Juice That Beats All Seasonal Diseases

The drink that is called “17 per day” is your best winter protector from flu, colds and low immunity!

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Did you know that the Japanese government recommends to its citizens to consume 17 servings of fruits and vegetables a day, and most of the others only five?

They can drink the whole daily need of vitamins and minerals and other nutrients only from one glass, from the miraculous drink called “17 per day” which strengthens the immune system and protects you from the seasonal diseases!

Ingredients:

1 apple

1 pear

1 fresh cucumber

1/2 lime

1 ginger (a piece in the size of about 1 cm)

1 handful of fresh spinach leaves

1/2 stem of celery

1/2 medium carrot

1 handful of fresh kale

1/2 piece of fresh beetroot

1 slice of pineapple (about 1cm thick)

1 stalk of broccoli (about 1 cm in size)

1 zucchini (a piece in the size of 1 cm)

1 parsnip (a piece in the size of 1 cm)

1 fennel (1 cm in size)

1 slice of red pepper

1 slice of yellow pepper

Preparation:

Wash the fruit and vegetables well and mix them in a blender, and then add a few ice cubes (optional).

Why should you drink this juice?

Because it contains vitamins A, B, B1, B2, B3, B6, C, E and K. It contains beta-carotene, calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc, selenium, sodium, phosphorus, potassium, sulfur, copper, chrome and boron. And also, because this recipe comes from a country that has the highest number of oldest people in the world!

Who is it recommended to?

It is recommended to people who are recovering from seasonal flu and colds, and to all those who want to take all the necessary nutrients in their bodies.

Source : http://www.forhealthbenefits.com/

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