The Good for the Blood Recipe for Juicer and Blender

 

The Good for the Blood Recipe for Juicer and Blender

We had this lovely blend as a lunch substitute during a juice fast. This recipe is good for the blood because it is antibacterial and it helps to build up blood. This blend has a powerful combination of antioxidants and phytonutrients. These are a great aid in fighting antigens in the blood, in the gut and in mucous membranes.

Not only this blend is good for the blood but it’s great for your immunity. It contains minerals and vitamins that are crucial for improving immunity. And this recipe will also help to maintain the thymus, which regulates and keeps our immune system.

On top of everything, this juice tastes amazing. It has great texture and the Brazil nuts definitely add a lot of complexity to the flavour.

A recipe for juicer and blender for healthy blood and immune system

The Good for the Blood Recipe for Juicer and Blender

3 red Apples
1 small piece of Beetroot
1 bunch of Spinach
1 Carrot
1 small piece of Pineapple
1 small broccoli stem
1  Lime (peeled)
2 Brazil Nuts
1/2 Avocado

How to make this blend happen: You will need both a juicer and a blender. If you are unsure of which kind of juicer, please refer to our page:  “Masticating vs. Centrifugal Juicers” page for advice. Start by juicing all ingredients BUT the avocado and the nuts. Take the freshly made juice and use to blender to mix it with the avocado and the Brazil nuts until smooth. This recipe is definitely worth all the washing up afterwards 😉

a vegetable, fruit , legume and nuts blend for juicer and blender

This recipe is a variation on a recipe we read on Jason Vale’s beautiful book The Funky Fresh Juice Book. We use it all the time for juicing inspiration and motivation. It’s absolutely brilliant. We also recommend many other books… to see our list for the best juicing books of 2012, click here! If you are looking to improve your health and change your life, these are a great starting point.

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