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Radish Juice

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Ingredients

Adjust Servings:
10 radishes
sea salt (optional)
Equipments :
chopping board
knife
juicer
strainer

Radish Juice

Features:
  • Veg
Cuisine:
  • 10 mins
  • Serves 3
  • Easy

Ingredients

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Radishes are sweet and juicy vegetables that are preferably eaten raw, cooked, or pickled. Another best way to consume these sharp vegetables is by drinking their tasty juice.

Radish juice is quite a fulfilling and wholesome juice which should be consumed as much as possible when the season is here. The juice can be heartily devoured by all – from children to adults. Store it in Vaya Drynk and enjoy the cold juice any time of the day! Here’s an easy-to-follow recipe for radish juice you can make within 10 minutes!

Health Benefits

Radish is a root vegetable that is known for numerous health benefits. The vegetable is known as a powerful detoxifier that eliminates harmful toxins and unwanted waste from the body. Owing to its anti-inflammatory properties, radish decreases the burning sensation sometimes experienced during urination. It also helps to deal with various kidney and stomach problems.

One of the reasons why people suffer from illnesses like jaundice is because they have low red blood cells in the body. The consumption of radish on a regular basis will help to maintain the red blood cells in your body. Thus, you will be protected from dangerous illness like jaundice.

A radish juice is very fulfilling as it contains lots of water, which can satisfy your hunger immediately and will maintain the hydration level in your body. This in turn will nourish your skin and cleanses the acne.

Also, drinking radish juice can be a great energizer as it is high in fiber. But there is more to it! Radish is low on the glycemic index (GI) which increases the efficiency of metabolism thereby helping in weight loss.

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How to Make Radish Juice

  1. Wash the radishes and blend the chopped radishes in the juicer.
  2. Once the radishes are in a liquid form, pour the collected juice into a bowl through a strainer in order to remove any pulp or seeds.
  3. Keep the bowl in the refrigerator to cool.
  4. Once the juice is cooled, pour it in the glass. Add a pinch of sea salt for taste, if required.
  5. Serve the cold juice and enjoy! If you are planning on carrying you juice along while heading out, make sure to carry it in an insulated water bottle.

Trivia

  1. Radish crops were first cultivated in China.
  2. Radish is a root crop, which is commonly found in white, red, purple, and black colors.
  3. They belong to the mustard or cabbage family.
  4. The roots of the radish are related to kale, broccoli, cauliflower, and horseradish.
  5. Ancient Egyptians used radish oil in their diet before olive oil was discovered.

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