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3 Ways To Boost Your Immune System


Drinking plenty of water is one of the easiest ways to help your body flush out everything and further the detoxification process during a cleanse or just day-to-day. An 8oz glass of water between each juice is recommended to continue the feeling of fullness throughout the day.

Turmeric and Ginger

Both of these roots are popular for their anti-inflammatory properties that help ease your body’s stress. Ginger, in particular, helps relieve nausea and reduce muscle pain. Compared to over-the-counter nausea relief medicine, ginger is known to work more effectively, efficiently, and does not come with the negative side effects. Additionally, ginger is great for those with IBS or diabetes because it kick starts metabolism and can balance out sugar levels.

Turmeric’s most notable reputation is for it’s properties that ease inflammation inside the body. This means you are allowing your body to protect itself from numerous diseases such as heart disease, arthritis, cancer, obesity, common colds, or any other disease that can be caused by or promoted by inflammation. A build up of inflammation in your body, makes you more susceptible to pathogens. By consuming anti-inflammatories regularly, you can deny these pathogens the opportunity to cause your body harm. Furthermore, some other benefits of our anti-inflammatories include improved metabolism, strengthened liver, and healthier digestion.

You can find them in our Turmeric and Lemon Wellness Shot, Ginger Wellness Shot, and many more of our juices!


Your immune system rebuilds itself while you’re sleeping. Sleep enhances the formation of adaptive immune responses and supports the long-term maintenance of your bodies immunological memory. Lack of sleep makes it hard for your immune system to fight off viruses. Sleep may also help strengthen the development of a natural immune response against invading antigens. So make sure to stay well rested in order to feel your best!

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