GAUVA,LEMON JUICE


Both fruits contain loads of Vitamin C is a boost

to your immunity ! You could try with orange ,

opting out the lemon .

INGREDIENTS

4 gauva fruits

1 lime / orange

Sweetners of your choice

A pinch of salt

A pinch of turmeric

METHOD

Blend all these together with water ( to your

preference).

Strain and serve ! You could serve like a

smoothie too .

Do try this breakfast juices and send in your

comments!

WATERMELON +GRAPE JUICE


Watermelon containing 90 percent water,good

antioxidant .Rich in VitaminC both grapes and

watermelon are a good combination to a

healthy hydrating drink.

INGREDIENTS

3-4 cups watermelon cubes

1 cup grapes

A small piece ginger

2-4 tulsi /basil/ mint leaves

A pinch of salt

A pinch of turmeric

Sweetners of your choice

METHOD

Blend all together,with water to your

preference .Strain and serve !

APPLE,ORANGE,GINGER JUICE


Nature’s blessing to mankind is the best, and

the knowledge to avail of it’s benefits is another

It’s been a decade of not consuming any fizz

drinks ,and anything in a can in my family.

It’s only fresh fruit drinks ,so I mix and match

fruits, to present something new to my family,

motivated on health benefits alone.

Today’s breakfast juice and immunity booster

recipe is …Apple,Orange and Ginger!

To the recipe now

INGREDIENTS

2 apples peeled and cored

3 oranges

1 inch piece ginger

a pinch of turmeric

Sweetness of your choice

A pinch of salt

METHOD

Blend all the ingredients together .

Mix in desired quantity of water.

Strain and serve!

KOKUM PEELS ā€˜Nā€™ WATERMELON JUICE!


Watermelon and Kokum are best antioxidants,

and hydrating agents . Rich in VitaminC these

type of juices have to be prioritised daily.

Aids in fat loss and improves immunity.

I was able to get kokum peels from Amazon .

This gives out a lovely color when these peels

are dropped in hot or cold water .

In common , the dried kernel of the kokum , is

used for drinks and curries .

Kokum is widely used in Kerala and Sri Lankan

cuisines.

The peels are lighter in tangy taste compared to

kernels,and I love to include in drinks,chutneys

and sauces I make .

Now…for the recipe

INGREDIENTS

3-4 cups of watermelon pieces

4-5 kokum peels soaked in hot water ( 10

minutes)

A pinch of pepper powder

1/4 tsp turmeric

a pinch of salt

Sweetness of your choice

METHOD

First blend the watermelon fine .

Remove the peels of kokum from the

infusion,and add to the watermelon juice with

the rest the ingredients and desired water.

Strain and serve!