Refreshing anti-inflammatory juice

Helping to reduce the inflammatory process with psoriasis is key in managing the condition, foods rich in omega 3 are great but what about juices? Juicing a bit of oily fish would be just plain weird… Veg that is full of antioxidants like vitamin C and E such as kale, broccoli, spinach, peppers, cabbage and cauliflower are far more juice-able and contain lots of supportive nutrients. Celery is another source of vitamin C and a natural diuretic. For a bit of sweetness, pineapple (particularly the core) contains an enzyme called bromelain, which has been found to help break down inflammation. If you fancy going all out, add some fresh turmeric or ginger (or both!) to give this anti-inflammatory juice a super-powered boost.

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  1. If you have a juicer – cold pressed (and rather expensive), centrifugal or masticating you’ll know the best way to make this tasty anti-inflammatory juice, so just prep the ingredients and get juicing! ☺
Recipe Notes

Tip - juicing is a great way to pack in the nutrients outside of mealtimes or make up a batch the night before to enjoy a nice chilled glass of goodness

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