Whether you’re training for your first first 5K race or your first marathon, add juicing to your diet. Juicing has shown to provide significant health benefits and nutrition from antioxidants, enzymes and photo nutrients. All of these are terrific for athletes of all levels and ages. Try this Beet-Carrot Juice for a start. It’s so easy, fresh and tasty.
- Antioxidants-These protect the body from cellular damage. Juiced fruits and vegetables provide antioxidants that can improve strength and stamina.
- Enzymes-Thes are present in a variety of raw fruits and vegetables. Juicing retains enzymes that help climate toxins from the body for a cleaner fueled body.
- Phyontutrients-These can be obtained from fruits, vegetables, nuts, grains and legumes. These help boost your immune system.
If you’re looking for a juicer, check out Omega Juicers. They have developed the most efficient and reliable juicers available, and they are frequently being used by pro athletes during training and competitions.
2 to 3 medium sized carrots
1 stalk of celery
Fresh parsley for garnish (optional)
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