4. Fresh Juices
Freshly squeezed juices, such as strawberry, carrot, tomato, orange, pineapple, lemon and others, are brimming with heaps of vitamin C, and potently powerful antioxidant profiles that aid in neutralizing the damaging attacks of free radicals, which cause inflammation within the body.
Research reveals that tart cherry juice is an excellent pick to shield the body against gout attacks, along with lowering the symptoms that contribute to the development of osteoarthritis. However, one has to very smart while drinking juice. Be sure to steer clear of sugar-rich varieties, and pick out fruits that are low in calories, such as grapefruit and watermelon.
However, be sure to consult your doctor before consuming grape fruits, because they have a tendency to interfere and alter the effects of several medications.
Smoothies are a much richer, healthier and satisfying pick over juices because instead of squeezing out the juice and nutrients of fruits and veggies, they are made with the entire fruit and vegetable. This provides us the benefit of added nutrients, especially fiber, which aids in flushing out plaque-build up to clean the arteries, along with fighting off the symptoms of constipation.
The best way to brim up your body with antioxidants is to add a rich and vibrantly colourful assortment of fruits and veggies to your smoothies. Colourful berries, and dark leafy green vegetables, such as kale, and spinach, are your richest pick for a dense assortment of essential nutrients, minerals and vitamins.
Experts advise adding yogurt to smoothies in order to brim one’s body with good bacteria, called probiotics, along with a rich assortment of essential vitamins. Fermented beverages, such as kefir, are also loaded with probiotics and dietary fibers, which aid in reducing inflammation and enhancing bodily strength. Just be sure to pick out low-sugar or sugar-free varieties of kefir and yogurt.