Make Ginger and Pineapple Smoothies to Help With Pain and Inflammation.

“Fruit and vegetable juices are wonderful gifts from Mother Nature and the most natural way to heal your body and recover.” Farnoosh Brock, The Healthy Juicer’s Bible: Lose Weight, Detoxify, Fight Disease, and Live Long (Lose weight, detoxify, fight disease and live long). Do you like juice? What if we mix some delicious fruits and vegetables? What if we make a smoothie of fruits and vegetables that can help eliminate pain and inflammation ? Sounds good?

Ok, Let’s Do That Shake!

First, here are the Ingredients:

  • 1/2 pineapple pulp
  • 2 celery stalks
  • 1 head of romaine lettuce
  • A handful of coriander
  • A piece of ginger the size of a thumb

In case you are curious, here is what each ingredient does for your health:

Pineapple: Supports the immune system; increases and maintains bone strength; promotes eye health; It contains pain reducing enzymes. “The nutritional benefits of pineapples are as fascinating as their anatomy, “says nutritionist Laura Flores of San Diego.” In addition to having high amounts of manganese, which is important for antioxidant defenses, pineapples also contain high amounts of thiamine, a vitamin B that is involved in energy production.”

Celery: Decreases inflammation; protects liver health; promotes weight loss; stimulates digestion; It is antibacterial. In a study published in the journal Molecular Nutrition and Food Research, scientists conclude that – due to a molecule called apigenin, which contains celery – the vegetable reduces certain inflammatory markers. Apigenin also stimulates proper immune system operations.

Romaine lettuce: helps lose weight; promotes a healthy digestive tract; helps maintain bone and muscle strength; strengthens the immune system; Stimulates cardiovascular health.

« A dietitian’s dream, romaine lettuce has approximately 8 calories and 1-2 grams of carbohydrates per cup. Although it is low in fiber, it is high in minerals, such as calcium, phosphorus, magnesium and potassium,”says dietitian Natalie Butler. « It is naturally low in sodium. In addition, romaine lettuce is full of vitamin C, vitamin K and folate.

“It is a good source of beta – carotene, which is converted into vitamin A in the body”.

Coriander (coriander): lowers inflammation of the skin; Reduces cholesterol levels; treat diarrhea; stabilizes blood pressure; prevents anemia; improves antiallergic properties; improves bone health; It helps in digestion. “Some studies suggest that increased consumption of plant foods such as coriander may decrease the risk of obesity, overall mortality, diabetes and heart disease,” writes Megan Ware, a registered dietitian. “While promoting the health of the skin and hair, increases energy and, in general, reduces weight.”

Ginger: relieves nausea; alleviate the pain; reduces inflammatory markers; improves respiratory function; increases appetite; relieves cold and flu; promotes heart health. Studies show that the unique compounds and metabolites contained in ginger help prevent and treat certain diseases.

Gingerols and shogaol compounds have been extensively researched and have proven effective. This five-ingredient shake recipe is potent against pain and inflammation due mainly to high concentrations of anti-inflammatory properties. It is also worth mentioning that this drink is fantastic for maintaining healthy immune system function – particularly during cold and flu seasons. Something that caught the attention of this writer is the rich variety of vitamins and nutrients in romaine lettuce. In addition to including the delicious vegetables in this beverage recipe, it is worth considering as a stable ingredient in the daily diet.

Note: Pineapple, due to its hard and fibrous texture, can clog your juicer. Please consider removing the skin and cutting the fruit into smaller portions.

 

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