Gut healing juice

Jul 20, 2015

You’ve got to try this juice whether you have digestive troubles or not as it’s SO delicious. Pineapple, ginger, lemon and mint, whizzed up into a juice – perfect for a Summer soirée or after a long walk or cycle. Pop in a few ice cubes and it’s so refreshing, I sometimes add a touch of sparkling water to make it into a long drink.

It’s packed full of vitamins and minerals, especially vitamin C and manganese to give you tons of energy and glow from the insdie out so it’s a one to try if you want to get your skin looking healthier without makeup, you experience tummy troubles or you just simply love pineapple!

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Pineapple, particularly the core, is a great source of the enzyme bromelain which aids digestion and promotes healthy bones and joints with it’s copper, folate, manganese and vitamins A-C. Bromelain has also been shown to have anti-inflammatory and pain relieving properties which is why it is the go-to fruit for digestive troubles like bloating, colitis, abdominal pain and IBS etc.

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Gut healing juice
 
Pineapple, ginger, lemon and mint, whizzed up into a juice - perfect for a Summer soirée or after a long walk or cycle. Pop in a few ice cubes and it's so refreshing, It's packed full of vitamins and minerals, especially vitamin C and manganese to give you tons of energy and glow from the insdie out.
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Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • ½ pineapple
  • juice ½ lemon
  • thumb sized piece of fresh ginger
  • 1 handful mint
Instructions
  1. Cut the pineapple into 1.5 centimeter rings, removing the pineapple top and skin. Slice up the rings juicer-friendly pieces and set aside.
  2. If using waxed lemons, remove the rind (keeping the pith) and cut into juicer-sized pieces. If using unwaxed lemons, keep the rind on and simply cut the lemon into quarters.
  3. Add the ginger, mint, pineapple and lemon to the juicer and pour into a large glass with ice and a straw.
  4. Enjoy straight away!

 

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Hi, I’m Jess! Nutritional Therapist  & Personal Trainer, sharing workouts & nutrition made simple from my island home in Menorca. My mission? To educate & inspire people to achieve & sustain their personal health & body shape goals. I love to hike, cook, and bring inspiring people together.

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