Are you looking for something refreshing? Something that helps you to lose weight and that accelerates your metabolism?
The combination of ginger and pineapple may help you.
In today’s video we will show you the benefits of drinking pineapple juice with ginger, such as reducing cellulite, among other things.
Are you aware of the benefits of pineapple and ginger? Both of them contain essential nutrients for the proper functioning of the body.
Due to antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties pineapple juice with ginger is an excellent way to eliminate toxins, accelerate the metabolism, burn extra fat, increase body immunity and avoid respiratory disorders by protecting the throat.
Pineapple is rich in nutrients, such as vitamins A, B1, B6, C, and minerals like magnesium, copper, manganese, iron, fiber and bromelain. It is also diuretic and contains few calories. It is widely used in diets for weight loss.
On the other hand, ginger has medicinal properties that prevent nausea, are anti-inflammatory and help maintain intestinal health.
Additionally, they help to improve the cardiovascular system by lowering bad cholesterol (LDL) levels.
Here’s how to prepare the juice…
5g of ginger,
1 liter of water (33.81 fl oz);
Peel the pineapple, cut it into small cubes and crush it with the ginger.
Then add all the ingredients to the blender and mix them until it reaches the desired consistency.
Drink up to 2 glasses of juice per day.
You can add a bit of honey to make it sweeter, but it is not recommended.
It is preferable to drink it as soon as it is prepared, as the pineapple oxidizes with time and can lose it’s effectiveness.
To get better results, it is recommended to drink it daily and preferably when fasting.
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