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Juices and smoothies boost wellness. It's easy to combine healthful fruits and veggies to boost your immune system.

Citrus fruits

Antioxidants in vitamin C protect cells from harm.
Vitamin C shortage can delay wound healing, impede immunological response, and hinder infection fighting.

apple, carrot, orange

Carrots include beta carotene, an antioxidant and vitamin A source.
Vitamin B-6 in carrots helps immune cell growth and antibody synthesis.

carrot, ginger, & apple

Minimalist Baker's immune-boosting drink has three root vegetables.


Folate is abundant in tomatoes. It reduces infections. Tomatoes contain some anti-inflammatory magnesium.

Kale, tomato, celery

Many green drinks contain kale, but Tesco's Kale Mary, a bloody Mary, is unique.
Tomato juice adds vitamin A and masks the flavor of greens.


vitamin D deficiency, which is largely found in sunlight and small quantities in animal products. Sunlight, diet, and vitamins reduce pneumonia and flu risk.


Feel Good Foodie's strawberry mango smoothie satisfies bottomless brunch appetites. This dish employs frozen fruit, which is equally nutritious as fresh fruit.

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