With only 1.4 grams of (naturally occurring) sugar per bottle, this is a great option for everyone.
Romaine is low in sugar but high in wonderful minerals such as calcium, phosphorous, magnesium, and potassium. This is such a good allrounder to support general health.
Spinach is a fantastic source of magnesium, iron and vitamin K and it has many anti-inflammatory properties. This is great for energy production as well as the immune and nervous systems which is great for muscle cramping (including period cramps) and sleep.
Kale is both a dark leafy green and a cruciferous vegetable which means it is packed FULL of goodness. It is extremely nutrient-dense and full of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Due to it being a cruciferous vegetable, it is great for liver health which in turn is great for detoxification.
Cucumbers are full of water for hydration and they also contain important electrolytes. They are rich in phytonutrients and may help to stabilise blood sugars and cholesterol. They also have great anti-inflammatory properties.
Lemons are rich in powerful antioxidants due to their high vitamin C content. This can strengthen your body’s natural defences, boost immune function and fight inflammation. 1 Lemon contains 51%of the recommended daily allowance of Vitamin C. Vitamin C can also help improve the absorption of iron.
Mint is great for digestion, it can reduce inflammation in the gut and associated symptoms, it can help with nausea and morning sickness and it also has antibacterial properties.
Written by Nutritional Therapist Alex Capadose for Daily Dose.