NUTRITION

Cheers To Antioxidants: Love Crush For Hydration

Packed with the goodness of Vitamin-C and antioxidants, this super-hydrating drink is both healthy and delicious.

By Nimesha Bhagia
01 August 2021
Love Crush For Hydration

ingredients

  • Makes one glass: 310 ml
  • Fresh Pomegranate Juice: 200 ml
  • Water: 100 ml
  • Lemon Juice: 1 tablespoon
  • Ginger Juice: 1 teaspoon
  • Cubed Cucumber (De-seeded): 1/4 cup
  • A Few Torn Mint Leaves

Preparation

 

Step 1 :

De-seed and cube 1/4th cup of cucumber. Blend it up smoothly and pour the liquid into a glass.

Step 2 :

To this, add a tablespoon of lemon juice and a teaspoon of ginger juice.

Step 3 :

Take 200 ml of fresh pomegranate juice, along with 100 ml of water. Add this to the glass and stir the mixture well.

Step 4:

Finally, tear up a few mint leaves and add to the liquid. Enjoy your glass of goodness! Pomegranate is rich in powerful antioxidants, lemon is a great source of Vitamin C, and cucumber provides mineral-rich hydration. Add to that the medicinal properties of ginger and the freshness of mint, and you have a delicious concoction that floods your system with antioxidants. A certified raw vegan chef from Matthew Kenney’s institute, Nimesha Bhagia has a double Master’s degree in Marketing Strategy and Communication from London Metropolitan University. A professional kinesiologist and certified crystal healer, she is a clinical nutrition consultant from Natural Healing Institute of Naturopathy, Encinitas, California. Dedicated to health and wellness, she offers guidance on holistic living through her in-depth knowledge of nutrition, yoga, and energy healing, and consults for restaurants, institutions, and personal clients as a holistic nutritionist.

 

Energy
144Kcal
Carbs
39g
Protein
0g
Fat
0g
Fiber
0g
Serves
1
Cooking Time
5 Mins
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