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Kale and lime flu-fighting juice shot

This kale and lime flu-fighting juice shot is jam packed with potent ingredients that help boost the immune system and fight colds and flu.

Flu season is at its peak during the colder winter months, so now is a better time than ever to be prepared for the virus.

Let’s take a closer look at the ingredients in this kale and lime flu-fighting juice shot.

Like many fruits and vegetables, apples contain compounds called polyphenols. These compounds work as antioxidants, protecting the cells from the effects of oxidative stress. They are also high in fiber.

It is an excellent source of two powerful antioxidants called carotenoids and flavonoids. These antioxidants protect our bodies from harmful oxidative stress.  They also contain important flavonoids like kaempferol and quercitin, which it thought to kill certain types of cancer cells.

They are packed with vitamin C, which is a powerful immune-boosting vitamin.\


Process the following ingredients in a juicer:

2 cucumbers
1 handful of parsley
2 limes, peeled
1 cup of kale
2 apples

Serve in shot glasses for a healthy immune boost

Make sure ingredients are organic
Enjoy kale and lime flu-fighting juice shot! 

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