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Anti-Inflammatory Juice Kicked Up A Notch; Reducing Inflammation

I’d like to share my anti-inflammatory juice recipe. I just turned 50 this year and boy am I feeling it. I’ve been making little changes to help me feel better and have more energy. I’ve started weight watchers earlier this year, down 10 lbs, yay, and I’ve been walking everyday, trying to reach my daily 10,000 step goal, I’ve upped my vitamin intake and I’ve been changing my diet. I do cheat sometimes but hey, I’m a work in progress.

I’ve been researching inflammation, I have some areas in my body that have issues. I have tendinitis in my shoulder, carpel tunnel in my wrist and planters fasciitis in my heel. Im a hot mess at bedtime with the medical brace’s I have to wear lol! I’m under treatment with my doctor but I do think a healthy diet can also help with these kind of issues. So I’m juicing.

I have been keeping fresh vegetables on hand, washed, cut up and stored in bags in the refrigerator. This makes it very easy when it’s juicing time.

Here’s one of my anti-inflammatory recipes:

  • Fresh Pineapple
  • Fresh Cherries
  • Celery
  • Carrots
  • Turmeric
  • Spinach (I was out)

I use my at least 10 year old Jack Lalanne juicer. It still works like the day I bought it.

I juice everything except for the turmeric. I use a whisk to mix in the powder afterward.

You can drink it just like this or…

I like to kick it up a notch with sparkling water. It makes it more like a special drink then just gulping down the juice.

Either way, there are many healthy benefits to juicing. Drink up!