Inflammation must be one of the most complex and stubborn health issues that we can endure. It can be an issue on its own, or act as an underlying cause of numerous conditions. Either way, inflammation can be a persistent, complicated, and unpleasant state affecting pretty much every single aspect of our day. While each of the inflammatory or inflammation-induced conditions requires specific therapy, today we’re talking about natural ways to manage inflammation and reduce its symptoms.
Are you finding it hard to incorporate greens into your daily nutrition? Sometimes it’s challenging, especially when we’re short on time to prepare meals during the work week. Even more so when you don’t always enjoy the taste. You’re not alone.
In fact, let me tell you a quick story. Kale may be a superfood that cafe menus put at the front row and center of their offerings, but how many people like the taste? I have to admit, I’m not one of them. Determined to change that, I once attempted a 30-day challenge of incorporating kale into my diet by preparing overly-complicated, yet designer-looking recipes on Pinterest. Most of them involved frying it in excessive amounts of olive oil and hiding the taste further with strong cheese. But the experiment wasn’t a total failure. Why? Because it turns out the best way to get your kale is to blend it up into a smoothie and hide the taste with a creamy, ripe banana. Take-away: I now consume kale almost every day. So get yourself a good blender, then brag about how much kale you eat to all your friends.
Back to the topic at hand, green juice is really the most convenient & quickest way of ensuring that you’re getting your daily dose of greens, while also including any supplements you want to add into the mix for even more health benefits. And since we’re on the topic of inflammation, it is only appropriate to enrich our green juice recipe with the body’s master antioxidant - Liposomal Glutathione.