LOTS OF LE­MON

Amazing Wellness - - HEALING KITCHEN -

Serves 2 Known for their high amounts of vi­ta­min C, lemons make a nu­tri­tious ad­di­tion to your ap­ple cider vine­gar drinks any time of year, and es­pe­cially dur­ing the no­to­ri­ous flu sea­son. Help­ing to sup­port the im­mune sys­tem’s func­tion­ing, the le­mon’s vi­ta­mins, min­er­als, and po­tent an­tiox­i­dants can also soothe sore throats, calm res­pi­ra­tory ill­nesses, and fend off viruses, bac­te­rial in­fec­tions, and mi­crobes that can wreak havoc on the body. When com­bined with ACV’s nat­u­rally oc­cur­ring en­zymes, col­lec­tively known as the “mother,” lemons and other im­mu­nity-boost­ing in­gre­di­ents can be blended into a de­li­cious and nu­tri­tious drink that pro­tects cells and pro­motes over­all health and well-be­ing. When taken at the first sign of symp­toms, such as a stuffy nose, a sore throat, or fa­tigue, this sim­ple drink can help you avoid de­vel­op­ing a se­ri­ous im­mune sys­tem-drain­ing ill­ness.

1 Tbs. ap­ple cider vine­gar 2 cups low-fat vanilla Greek yo­gurt 3 medium lemons, peeled and seeded 1 tsp. honey 1 cup ice

1. Com­bine all in­gre­di­ents in a large blender. 2. Blend the in­gre­di­ents on high un­til thor­oughly com­bined and frothy. 3. Con­sume im­me­di­ately or store tightly sealed and re­frig­er­ated up to 4 hours.

Per Serv­ing: 250 cal; 21 g pro; 6 g fat; 33 g carb; 2 g fiber; 27 g sugar

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