5 Things you may consider adding to your juice, smoothie or shake in the morning.
Since everyone has jumped on the juicing train, I think a quick post about some necessary items in your mixer.. is in order. A lot of people tend to think that mixing spinach with a ton of fruit is the way to go, but keep in mind that is overload in the sugar and carbs department.. so I hope you're not trying to lose weight? Instead focus on a balanced ratio, some that I liked are here or here.
Balanced source of plant-based Omega-3 and Omega-6 EFAs
Protein, vitamins and minerals
Powerful antioxidant support
enhance cellular communication
aid in skin repair
sustain hormone production
support the elasticity in our veins and arteries
It's involved in several non-inflammatory processes to reduce soreness
plays a significant role in supporting brain health
Increase endurance and stamina
Lifts and balances mood to reduce stress
Increases your mental focus and concentration
Balances blood-sugar level
Speeds up normal recovery time
It improves biochemical balance
Grows healthier skin, nails and hair
Gives you an energy boost
Flaxseed offers the benefits of fiber, ALA (alpha-linoleic acid), protein and SDG Lignans
Fiber promotes regularity, supports normal functioning of the digestive tract
has a positive effect on cholesterol
ALA is an Omega-3 essential fatty acid that supports heart health
helps to maintain beautiful hair, skin and nails
SDG Lignans are phytonutrients that exhibit antioxidant properties
can have a balancing effect on hormones
Hemp Protein is 100% certified organic, raw, gluten free and vegan
It contains all 10 Essential Amino Acids
45%-50% protein per serving
a well-balanced ratio of Omega 3 and Omega 6 Essential Fatty Acids, and GLA.
Natural Anti-Inflammatory, helping to improve circulation and relieve paincaused by arthritis, tendinitis, and more.
Prevent cold and flu and relieve its symptoms.
Studies have shown that ginger can even combat cancer cells, including ovarian cancer and colon cancer.
Relieve Heartburn without using expensive chemicals or drugs.