The Best Breakfast Juices

‘You can’t expect to feel like a million bucks if you eat from the dollar menu.’ I don’t recommend replacing meals with juice at all. However, adding juice to your breakfast is a great way to get immediate use of so many powerful antioxidants. In this blog, I will share with you some of the best breakfast juices.

The Best Breakfast Juices

Orange Carrot Tumeric Juice

This juice is amazing for immune support. However, this combination is also great for your metabolism. But, it doesn’t stop there. Turmeric is a great spice! It’s tuff to take it on its own that’s why I always add a bit to my juice. It combats inflammation and may help with symptoms of depression. To only name a few benefits.

The Best Breakfast Juices

Green Breakfast Juice

Traditionally, I would say this is the most popular juice. However, everyone has their own opinions. Green juice is a blend of powerful green foods and should be easy to absorb. In addition, if you’re new to this you should take it slow on this one. In the beginning, it can be hard for our bodies to digest and absorb so many nutrients. This may then lead to negative side effects. Start off by making green breakfast juice only once a week and then more regularly according to your body needs. Green breakfast juice will typically contain ingredients like apple, cucumber, spinach, celery, and lemon.

The Best Breakfast Juices

Watermelon Breakfast Juice

Sounds a bit weird right? Every time I think of this watermelon breakfast juice, I immediately think of how refreshing it is. However, this juice is in fact very hydrating after waking up. Watermelon juice is very high in vitamin A and C. It offers amazing immune system benefits as well as skin cells benefits. However, I would not recommend this juice if you have high blood sugar.

The Best Breakfast Juices

I personally have been using these juices alongside my meals and I would highly recommend you do the same and let me know what you think in the comment section below.

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Rina Jacobs

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Rina Jacobs is a Business Psychology and Behavioural Sciences student at the University of Potchefstroom (NWU Pukke) and also enjoys being active on social media platforms. Her love for sport and fitness began at a very young age and self-discipline is what keeps her on her feet. She believes that happiness comes from within and a positive mindset is the key to success. Interesting fact about Rina: She enjoys playing Fifa soccer on Playstation in her free time.

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