Citrus Fruits

Day 4 - Pineapple Carrot Juice Shot

Whenever you begin juicing.... something magical happens...

Your body tastes the goodness enters the streams and it faintly remembers a time when the body was working at optimal health.


It begins to "wake up" from the dormant stage and begins to stretch and reconnect with it's magic.



It's as if our bodies go into hybernation when we choose to feed our bodies- all the junk food, processed food and sugars, creating the sluggish, fatigued, fuzzy thinking state of being that we're all familiar with.


It's a process- getting back into shape, into good health. But, you have to start somewhere.


Juicing is one of the easiest ways to get started. You see, It's a way to trick the mind that you're still eating, giving it sugars and food, only it's healthy sugars, and healthy fibers, full of vitamins, nutrients, and goodness our bodies need to function at it's best.


From Juicing, we are inspired to take a second step, This can go anywhere from, cutting out sugars, carbs, sodas, sweets, etc.... or maybe stretching or starting a walking routine.


I love how one thing brings another... it's the natural process of the body, of our health, of our natural being.


I hope you are experiencing these beautiful feelings too! I'd love to hear your experience, please comment and share with me.


Today's Juice is a Tropical delight!


Pineapple Carrot - (and a little Ginger for a little kick! )


For this Juice Shot, you'll need:


2 long spears of Pineapple

2 Carrots

1" piece of fresh Ginger


I'm using my AICOOK slow masticating juicer for this ( Get yours here https://amzn.to/3mSmbsm )


Thoroughly wash your veggies and run them through your juicer! That's it!


It' only takes 5 minutes and it brings you 5X the goodness!


Why Pineapple?

According to www.Healthline.com , they say that eating Pineapple may be particularly be advantageous for women because its high vitamin C content playing an important role in supporting healthy bones and reducing the risk of osteoporosis. Furthermore, pineapple provides nutrients, such as copper and several B vitamins, that are important during pregnancy.


Why Carrot?

Femina.com says that the beta carotene and alpha-carotene in carrots are converted into vitamin A in the body. Carrots also contain antioxidants like lutein that protect the retina and lens of the eye. Tip: Studies have shown that eating more than two servings of carrots protects women from developing glaucoma


So there you have two more reasons to add this juice to your healthy menu! Try it! You'll love it!


Friends, Have an Fabulous Saturday! See you tomorrow!


-Belynda



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