Immunity-Boosting Drinks & control BP

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A vitamin C deficiency can lead to delayed wound healing, an impaired immune response, and the inability to properly fight infections.

1. Orange, grapefruit, and other citrus

Carrots, apples, and oranges are a winning combination for helping your body protect itself and fight off infections.The apples and oranges give you your vitamin C.

2. Green apple, carrot, and orange

This fortifying juice by Minimalist Baker features three root vegetables that’ll help your immune system and decrease inflammatory symptoms.

3. Beet, carrot, ginger, and apple

The best way to be sure your tomato juice is fresh and doesn’t contain a lot of added ingredients is to make it yourself. Recipes has a wonderful recipe that only calls for a few ingredients.

4. Tomato

Kale is a staple in many green juices, but the Kale Mary — Tesco’s take on a bloody Mary — is truly one of a kind.

5. Kale, tomato, and celery

We love this recipe by Well Plated,which includes skim milk. Milk is a good source of protein and vitamin D,which is hard to come by in juices that use only fruits or vegetables.

6. Strawberry and kiwi

Feel Good Foodie’s strawberry mango smoothie is the healthy way to satisfy your cravings for a bottomless brunch. This recipe uses some frozen fruit.

7. Strawberry and mango

Not only is watermelon rich in vitamin C and arginine but it also can help relieve muscle soreness. Muscle soreness is a common symptom of the flu, especially in older adults.

8. Watermelon mint

Many pumpkin juice recipes online include a lot of added sugars or require store-bought apple juice.

9. Pumpkin seed

A vegetable-based green juice is a powerhouse of nutrients that promote a strong immune system.

10. Green apple, lettuce, and kale

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