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Citrus Energy-Booster

TIME

Soaking : 30 minutes

Preparation : 5 minutes

SERVES
1 large juice (350ml)
CREATED BY

Anthea Amore, Organic Passion Catering

Citrus Energy-Booster

You must try this recipe, trust me! The colour is um, well... a little intense, but I can assure you it doesn’t taste too green! As long as you like citrus, you’ll love this super-juice. With goji berries as one of the key superfoods in this recipe, you’ll be getting an extra-huge hit of vitamin C, vitamin B2, vitamin A, iron, selenium and other antioxidants.

Gojis are said to help boost your immune system and brain activity and, as part of a healthy diet, may help protect against heart disease. They are amazingly good for the adrenal glands!

The Number 2 superfood in this drink is spirulina! Again helping boost your immune system, this blue-green algae are said to help safeguard you against viral infections and the like! It’s packed with highly digestible protein, iron, essential fatty acids and antioxidants and has a high vitamin and mineral content. It contains 65-71 percent protein, the highest concentration of protein in any food – a complete protein containing all eight essential amino acids and 18 amino acids!

Spirulina’s protein is four times more digestible and absorbable than meat! Feed your system this antioxidant, vitamin C- and protein-packed amazingness to help you fight off all those colds and ’flu. Your winters will never be the same!

Ingredients:

2 tablespoons goji berries, soaked in 1⁄4 cup filtered water for 30 minutes and stirred a few times 1⁄4 cup filtered water 150ml freshly squeezed ruby grapefruit juice 100ml freshly squeezed orange juice 2 tablespoons lemon juice 12mm piece fresh ginger 1-2 teaspoons spirulina or other green powder of your choice

Directions:

1. Place softened berries and soaking water in a blender with the remaining ingredients and blend until combined. Tip! If you haven’t tried spirulina before, use only 1 teaspoon until you get used to the taste. Even though the colour is striking with just 1 teaspoon (as in this photo), the spirulina flavour doesn’t dominate. And you’ll find two teaspoons is even quite pleasant!  

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