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Mandarin, Carrot, Red Pepper and Ginger Immunity Tonic Recipe

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This refreshing juice is jam-packed with immune-support ingredients. Both mandarins and red bell peppers are an excellent source of the immunity nutrient vitamin C. Celery has a high water content and is a delicious way to boost hydration. The vibrant orange colour of carrots comes from a plant pigment called beta-carotene. This converts in the body to vitamin A, a nutrient required for keeping the immune system strong. Lastly, research suggests that ginger may help to relieve nausea and boasts anti-inflammatory compounds.

Why not use Panasonic’s slow juicer as an effective way to maximise nutrition? Slow juicing squeezes every last drop of juice from fruit and vegetables with minimal heat, which not only retains those heat-sensitive nutrients but also reduces waste. What’s more this method of juicing results in a deep colour and delicious flavour. It’s a great way to retain optimal goodness. Using the MJ-L700 juicer means you can save time and hassel by juicing the whole fruit and veg without peeling (bar citrus fruits and pomegranates). Opting for organic produce, means no need to peel as there is significantly less pesticide exposure, and you can use the dry pulp in some delicious baked crackers, granola bars or even muffins. This juice is best consumed alongside a balanced meal, I hope you enjoy!

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Ingredients

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2 large or 3 small mandarins peeled
1 celery stalk leaves removed and cut into 10cm long strips
1 large carrot
1 red bell peppers deseeded and stalk removed
20g fresh ginger root cut into chunks

Steps

1

Wash and prepare the vegetables. Juice the ingredients in the Panasonic Slow Juicer MJ-L700.

2

Serve the juice in a glass with ice and enjoy!

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Ingredients

Adjust Servings:
2 large or 3 small mandarins peeled
1 celery stalk leaves removed and cut into 10cm long strips
1 large carrot
1 red bell peppers deseeded and stalk removed
20g fresh ginger root cut into chunks

Nutritional information

110
Calories
23.8g
Carbs
1.1g
Fat
2.8g
Protein
55.8mg
Sodium
21.9g
Sugar

Lily Soutter

Lily Soutter

Lily Soutter is a leading London nutritionist BSc MSc ANutr. Her extensive knowledge of the science of food and health enables her to regularly write for national press and feature on prime-time TV shows. Lily’s passion is to simplify the science around nutrition, to provide health hacks and smarter eating strategies that empower people to enjoy a healthy and successful lifestyle.