Try These Energy Drink To Increase Haemoglobin And Boost Immunity

Have you ever felt tired after waking up and even you didn't get better after doing a lot of exercise and things to get energetic? You don't have to worry about it as many people have feelings as you and you just have to pay a little more attention to your diet. Because, problems like hair fall, low levels of hemoglobin, exhaustion, and low immunity are related to what you consume. It has been proved that if your diet is not abundant with the necessary antioxidants, you might gradually start showing some basic health issues. If you too have been dealing with these issues, we have an expert-approved energy drink recipe for you.

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Ingredients required are:
1 – Beetroot
1 – Carrot
A handful of coriander leaves
½ – Pomegranate
7-8 – Curry leaves
A handful of mint leaves
1 piece – ginger
½ – Lemon

How to prepare it:
*Blend all the ingredients in a mixer jar with half a glass of water. Strain and pour it in a glass and add some lime juice.

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When asked by a dietician about the problem and the drink she said, “Lack of hemoglobin can lead to hair fall, weakness (feeling tired/unenergetic), and low immunity. Have this energy drink every morning to keep all your problems at bay.

As the sources declared that it helps to stimulate the metabolic system as the phytonutrients-rich drink keeps gut health in check. The drink promotes blood purification, which reflects on the skin and also protects it from aging by fighting against free radicals. It also increases the production of red blood cells, hence increasing hemoglobin levels in the body.and the flavourful combination also helps balance the blood sugar levels. This, in turn, helps to keep the heart-healthy. The drink is rich with Beetroot and carrot which contain lutein, beta-carotene, and alpha which are good for the heart with minimum calories, the drink helps to boost energy levels while satiating hunger pangs.

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