Orange, spinach, golden beets, apple, ginger
There’s a reason why Popeye couldn’t get enough of this green leafy super-plant!
Spinach is an iron superstar, a key mineral which helps our immune systems to function as optimally as possible. Iron is also essential for red blood cell production, helping to transport oxygen through our blood. Blood loss means iron loss, which is why women before menopause have higher iron requirements. For our Iron Mama juice, we combined the iron from spinach with oranges rich in Vitamin C – a little trick that makes the plant-based iron easier to absorb.
Beets, spinach, and oranges are rich in folate, a B-vitamin that is a must for women thinking of conceiving, as folate helps to prevent birth defects. This juice is a winning combination for women who may become pregnant as they need extra iron and folate in their diets.
Apple, raspberry, sarsaparilla, siberian ginseng, rhodiola
Because all mamas need more balance – we’re serving it up in this delicious, stress-reducing cocktail. Rhodiola, Siberian ginseng, and sarsaparilla are known as adaptogenic herbs which can help to keep hormones naturally balanced. Hormones like estrogen, cortisol, and insulin are key players that regulate a person’s energy levels, stress reactions, and more. Consuming adaptogenic herbs regularly can help keep hormones balanced to calm stress and reduce fatigue.
Cucumber, pineapple, lime, mint
Delicate oils in peppermint can help relax muscles, especially muscles in the digestive tract. Additionally, mint can help reduce digestive discomfort and bloating. Pineapples provide a unique protein-digesting enzyme called bromelain which is associated with better gut health, as well as improved immune function.
Cucumbers are loaded with anti-inflammatory antioxidants which help to support the immune system, so much of which is located in our digestive tract. Also, the combination of cucumber and lime is so light and refreshing, you’ll feel like you were at the beach or spa!
Mango, carrot, ginger, lemon, turmeric, black pepper, chia seeds
Anti-inflammatory foods like turmeric and chia seeds can help quell low-level inflammation through the body. Chronic inflammation in the body has been linked to the development of heart disease, Alzheimers Disease, and many cancers.
Because the active inflammation fighter in turmeric, curcumin, is best absorbed by the body when combined with black pepper and healthy fats, we added both of these components to ensure your body gets the best results.