If you are just starting out with juicing, winter time and fresh-made juices may seem to not quite go together.
However, if you work with in season fruits and vegetables (of which there are still plenty) you can continue juicing for health and weight loss well into the winter. And by maintaining this healthy habit, you’ll be able fight off common colds and flues.
In the winter, root vegetables are readily available and provide lots of great nutrition, and are great for juicing.
Beets, carrots, winter squashes, celery root, cabbage and fennel are all fantastic and in-season, as well as rich in immune boosting vitamin C, the antioxidant rich vitamin A, and anemia-fighting iron. These vegetables can also reduce inflammation, up your potassium levels, and overall make you feel healthier than you ever thought possible during the winter months.
Winter Vegetable Juice
Here’s a great winter juice recipe that takes full advantage of these fantastic winter veggies:
If you don’t already own a juicer, I strongly encourage you get one. It’s a great investment in your health. If you are not sure which juicer to get, read this post about choosing a juicer first. For beginners and advanced juicing enthusiasts, I recommend a Breville juicer. You may also want to read my post about the Best Juicer to buy.
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