Best Juicing Recipes to Reduce Inflammation | Dr. Will Cole

Best juicing recipes for inflammation

Although there are many reasons to juice, one of the reasons that I personally find most beneficial is that of reducing inflammation. 

While inflammation represents a healthy and normal response which occurs in the human body when we’re protecting ourselves from viruses and bacteria – it can sometimes get out of control. When you suffer from surplus inflammation, you can struggle from a variety of complicated illnesses like allergies, asthma, heart disease, cancer, and more.

The good news is that with a healthy lifestyle, and a good diet full of fruits and vegetables, you can take steps to reduce your problems with chronic inflammation. Many experts agree that fruits and vegetables are an essential ingredient in the fight against inflammation, and while all fresh produce has anti-inflammatory elements, there are some that are more beneficial than others. The best part is, juices for inflammation are also some of the best juices for gut health overall. 

Following, we’ll give you the 5 best juicing recipes that will help you to fight back against inflammation and achieve a healthier gut, and a happier life. 

1. Tropical Spice

Made with a base of pineapple, this delicious drink is brimming with goodness perfect for those who suffer from inflammatory issues. To make the “Tropical Spice” blend, you will need:

Pineapple is full of bromelain – a compound that has shown promise when it comes to aiding digestion and fighting back against joint pain, allergies, and asthma. Bromelain is excellent at reducing pain and inflammation, and turmeric is also a well-known anti-inflammatory thanks to its rich curcumin content. The dose of cinnamon in this juice helps to add a touch of “spice,” while regulating blood sugar levels and reducing your appetite – perfect for those in search of weight loss juicing recipes.

2. The Green Queen

Sweet and nutritious, this green juice is as wholesome as they come and perfect for those with inflammatory conditions. To make this drink, you’ll need:

Kale has frequently been documented as a nutritious leafy vegetable. It’s not only a great source of thiamin, protein, folate, riboflavin, magnesium, iron, and phosphorus – but it’s also a great source of vitamins A, K, C, and B6 too! All of these vitamins produce great anti-inflammatory effects. At the same time, ginger is a tasty way to relieve pain, and lemons are rich in vitamin C – which is particularly powerful at fighting back against the causes of unnecessary inflammation.

3. The Apple and Fennel Detox

An apple a day is great for your health, and this delicious juice mix will help to fight back against inflammation too. You’ll need:

Fennel has been used for years as a way to treat a range of ailments, including numerous infections, digestive complaints, disorders, and arthritis. Fresh mint also helps to bring a calming effect to this blend.

Though you can easily use green apples with this recipe, red apples may be an even better option, as they include powerful antioxidant ingredients in their skin that can act as a natural anti-inflammatory. Research has found that people who eat between two and five apples a week have a 32% lower risk of suffering from asthma.

4. Blueberry Blast

When it comes to antioxidants, blueberries are perhaps the most powerful berry around. Tests conducted by the USDA Human Nutrition Center rank blueberries as the best solution for antioxidant activity when compared to 40 different fresh vegetable and fruit solutions. In particular, their rich anthocyanin content helps to reduce inflammation and offers a range of additional health benefits too. To make the blueberry blast you will need:

This green blueberry blend could even be a great drink to consume pre-workout because it helps to reduce inflammation and gives you a greater boost of energy.

5. Watermelon Cleanse

Finally, this is a wonderful summery drink mixed with herbs to bring plenty of anti-inflammatory benefits to the table. You’ll need:

Studies have shown that basil can help to reduce swelling in arthritis sufferers by up to 73% within 24 hours. Additionally, because watermelon is comprised of 92% water, it’s perfect for re-hydrating an aching body. With a dash of lime juice for zest, this is the perfect sunshine-friendly drink to consume with friends when you’re soaking up the sun or winding down after a long day.

Rebekah Carter is a dedicated author and full-time writer with a passion in health, fitness, marketing, and business.

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