Immune-Boosting Shot Recipe
Immune-Boosting SHOT Recipe that Packs More Immune Support than a Tyson Fury Haymaker
This immune-boosting shot recipe is simple, powerful and incredibly quick and easy to make. With Thanksgiving, office parties, catchups with friends, Christmas, and New Year…all coming up…your immune system is going to be taking a bit of a hit. This shot will sort you out!
This works a treat. If you ever feel a cold, flu, or cough coming on – or if you just want to give your body massive support over the next little while, you can have one of these daily.
If you come down with something like a cold or flu, I recommend 2-3 times daily (make one batch in the morning).
Or if you’ve got a big night out ahead – have one before you go out and a couple stored for the next day!
It’s as simple as:
– beetroot (feel free to inc. the green tops)
This combination is incredible. We’ve covered why they are so important above, and when you juice them you get a LOT of these nutrients, concentrated, and the effect is powerful.
Immune-Boosting Shot Recipe
1 beetroot (medium)
You can (and probably will need to, unless you’re hardcore) water it down a little, either with more beet, or you could use cucumber, or just water. But this shot will do wonders. I have had a hardcore ‘oh crap it’s coming’ type of flu totally disappear after having 3x shots of this in one day (alongside the suggestions above too). Again, not a guarantee, but why not give your body the tools it needs.
And if you’re trying to stave off a hangover…
The combination of the antioxidants, alkalinity, anti-inflammatory power of this shot PLUS the nitric oxide benefit of the beetroot juice to increase blood flow and improve oxygen delivery and utilization. It works wonders.
The Immune-Boosting Shot Recipe contains just the beets, ginger and turmeric but these are three of the most powerful alkaline, antioxidant-rich and anti-inflammatory ingredients around. The concentration of the three is something you wouldn’t normally get in other recipes, so making them into a shot really works. The flavours are strong though, so be warned!
Benefits of the Beetroot Juice
Beetroot juice is a fantastic way to get your daily dose of nutrition and health benefits. Packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and dietary fiber – beetroot juice can help improve cardiovascular health, improve immunity, reduce inflammation in the body, detoxify the liver and kidneys, boost energy levels and even slow down aging. It’s no wonder it’s becoming a go-to health drink for many people.
What really sets beetroot juice apart from other fruit and vegetable juices, however, is its high nitric oxide content. Nitric oxide helps to relax blood vessels and improve blood flow – something that can have a positive effect on heart health and lower the risk of certain cardiovascular diseases. Nitric oxide is also important for muscle growth, which makes beetroot juice a great choice for athletes looking to recover after a hard workout.
Beetroot juice is naturally alkaline and can help restore the balance of pH in your body. It’s also packed with electrolytes that can help keep you hydrated – making beetroot juice a great choice if you’re looking to stay hydrated during summer months or after a tough workout.
In short, beetroot juice is packed with nutrition and can help benefit your health in more ways than one. Whether you’re looking for an immune boost, energy boost, improved cardiovascular health, or just want to enjoy the taste of beetroot – give beetroot juice a try and reap the rewards!
Benefits of the Ginger Juice
Ginger has long been prized for its many health benefits. Recent research has revealed that ginger juice can provide an alkaline environment in the body and boost your immune system, as well as reduce inflammation throughout your body. Its anti-inflammatory properties have been used to treat a variety of conditions, including nausea, arthritis, digestive issues, and headaches. Additionally, ginger juice has been shown to be beneficial for aiding weight loss and improving circulation.
Ginger has been found to be effective against various GI cancers such as gastric cancer, pancreatic cancer, liver cancer, colorectal cancer, and cholangiocarcinoma. It also increases antioxidant enzymes including glutathione, superoxide dismutase, and glutathione peroxidase.
Benefits of the Turmeric Juice
Turmeric juice packs a punch when it comes to health benefits. It’s alkaline, anti-inflammatory, and great for the immune system. Studies have shown regular consumption of turmeric juice can help improve digestion, reduce inflammation in the body, boost immunity and even provide protection against cardiovascular disease. It’s also been known to protect against certain types of cancers.
When it comes to the immune system, turmeric is so powerful because it contains curcumin, a polyphenol with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Curcumin is known to help fight inflammation and improve immune function so your body can stay healthy and strong.
But that’s not all! Turmeric juice is also great for boosting energy, regulating blood sugar levels, reducing cholesterol, improving circulation and even helping to reduce stress levels.
When to Have the Immune-Boosting Shot Recipe
Any time really! With the NO benefit from the beetroot, it does make sense to have it right after training if you’re doing physical weight work. Other than that, having it in the morning makes sense to support your immune and detoxification systems after a sleep. But don’t stress about it – any time of the day is just fine.
Let me know how you go with it in the comments below!
Does Beet no content a lot of sugar?
How much tumeric if you have it in a powder? I’ve never seen tumeric root for sale anywhere.
Would you recommend a juicer only for the beetroot ginger tumeric shot or would a blender get a good result also?? 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽
100% juicer only for this one
Do I juice this or can I put it all in a blender?
Definitely juicer only on this one.
I hate beets as a vegetable will the shot taste like beets?linda
The turmeric and ginger will hide the taste 🙂
Store bought pre packed cooked beetroot, does all this apply to them still? If not what’s the best way to cook beetroot or prepare it for the most benefit?
Juice it raw 🙂