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The Morning Healthy & Detoxifying Green Shot

The Morning Healthy & Detoxifying Green Shot

How to Make The Morning Healthy & Detoxifying Green Shot?

Detoxifying green shot recipe

Green Shot – The Morning Healthy & Detoxifying Green Shot – Last September (2019) I was diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes. And so I embarked on finding various solutions to the problem under the guidance of my friend & Super Yogi (Yoga Trainer) Dia.

I have always strayed away from medicines and I was hell bent upon finding a solution to the diabetic problem. So apart from indulging in Yoga, I started making a few modifications in what I eat.

It was due to this the entire section on Indian Spices and their benefits was created.

These spices and greens are used by us almost on a daily basis, however still there is very little we know about them. Despite being a graduate from a hotel school, I was myself unaware of the powerhouse of health ammo we had in our kitchens already.

All that was needed was a way to incorporate them into our daily diets. I have tried to follow up every spice with a recipe for easy consumption. So do read and incorporate for your own good health.

The Green Shot Recipe

Today, I bring to you a Green Shot Recipe that incredibly healthy and extremely simple to make with three most underrated greens in a world where people are aware of superfoods and super-veggies.

Stress, oily foods, greasy foods, smoke, air pollution give rise to free radicals in our body. These free radicals cause cell damage and bring about aging in us.

Toxins are poisonous substances that we inhale or ingest and the removal of these toxins from our body is called detoxification.

The three leaves in this green shot recipe contain antioxidants that capture these free radicals in our body and thus prevent the damage caused by these free radicals. They also flush out toxins from our body and purify our blood.

What are the ingredients for detoxifying green shot recipe?

This Green shot recipe requires ingredients that are usually available in most Indian kitchens. If not, you can just hop over to your local vegetable shop and find them there. You’ll need:

Mint leaves or pudina | health benefits of mint leaves

Mint Leaves or Pudina – Mint or Pudina is one of the oldest herbs widely used in global cuisines and it is highly prized for its innumerable therapeutic properties and uses.

The divine flavour of pudina leaves renders a distinct taste and aroma to the dishes and it is used to make chutney, raita and refreshing drink.

Mint leaves are also valued as a mouth freshener since times immemorial for its amazing healing properties.

Coriander leaves – coriander seeds

Coriander Leaves or Dhaniya – Coriander leaves and dried coriander seeds are commonly used in Indian cooking. These leaves are rich in Vitamin C, Vitamin K and proteins.

They also contain small amounts of calcium, phosphorous, potassium, thiamine, niacin and carotene. Coriander is used for digestion problems including upset stomach, loss of appetite, nausea, diarrhoea, bowel spasms and intestinal gas.

It is also used to treat measles, haemorrhoids, toothaches, worms, and joint pain, as well as bacterial and fungal infections. More health benefits of coriander

Health benefits of curry leaves | super curry patta benefits

Curry Leaves or Kadi Patta – Curry leaves contain minerals and essential nutrients needed for our physical well-being. Consumption of curry leaves regularly can improve eyesight, control the level of sugar in blood and reduce cholesterol levels.

Curry leaves are rich in fibre and this is what makes these leaves unique. Consumption of a few twigs of curry leaves early in the morning on an empty stomach can also lead to health benefits like improved metabolism and digestion. More health benefits of curry leaves

What are the benefits of green shot?

The green shot mixture is good to keep your diabetes under control by lowering the blood sugar. It eases digestion, decreases blood pressure and reduces cholesterol levels.

It is good for a natural energy boost & better digestion.

Detoxifying Green Shot Recipe
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Green Shot Recipe - The Morning Healthy & Detoxifying Green Shot

Green Shot Recipe - The Morning Healthy & Detoxifying Green Shot - The severely underrated wonder greens, mint, coriander & curry leaves in some serious action in the green shot.
Course Beverage
Cuisine Indian
Diet Diabetic, Vegan, Vegetarian
Keyword Detoxifying Green Shot, Detoxifying Green Shot Recipe, Green Shot, Green Shot Recipe
Prep Time 6 minutes
Total Time 6 minutes
Servings 1 Serving
Calories 50kcal
Author Sumit Malhotra

Ingredients

  • 1.5 Tablespoon Mint Leaves Pudina
  • 1.5 Tablespoon Coriander Leaves Dhaniya
  • 1.5 Tablespoon Curry Leaves Kadi Patta

Instructions

  • Clean the leaves thoroughly.
  • Blitz them together in a blender
  • Pour in a shot glass & drink in one shot

Notes

  • Ensure you use fresh leaves.
  • Clean them thoroughly before blending the green shot.
  • Start your day with this shot even before breakfast.

Detoxifying green shot recipe

The Morning Healthy & Detoxifying Green Shot – Today, I bring to you a Green Shot Recipe that incredibly healthy and extremely simple to make with three most underrated greens in a world where people are aware of superfoods and super-veggies.

Stress, oily foods, greasy foods, smoke, air pollution give rise to free radicals in our body. These free radicals cause cell damage and bring about aging in us.

Toxins are poisonous substances that we inhale or ingest and the removal of these toxins from our body is called detoxification.

The three leaves in this green shot recipe contain antioxidants that capture these free radicals in our body and thus prevent the damage caused by these free radicals.

They also flush out toxins from our body and purify our blood.

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