A Quick Juice Drink for the Active Equestrian

May 9, 2012

For the active equestrian who wants more energy and vitality, here is a simple recipe for a juice drink. You can make this drink before you go riding or have one after a long day on the trails.

"Carrot-Apple Cleanser" juice drink / Raina Paucar

 

by Raina Paucar

Some days after I ride or train Bahamut I’m physically exhausted.  Other times, I find myself low on energy, even before I head out to the barn. I’ve made many changes in my lifestyle and specifically with my diet. While I always worked on my strength and stamina during my racing days as a jockey, I didn’t always eat properly.

Recently, I’ve become more active in taking responsibility for my whole health. It was a difficult transition at first and now I feel amazing. I truly feel better than ever. My spirits are higher and I have more energy to ride and train with my horse.

Investing in a good juicer will keep you a healthy rider / Raina Paucar


You will need a juicer for this recipe. I took this recipe and modified it from, “The Big Book of Juices.”  

Carrot-Apple Cleanser

  • 3 carrots
  • 3 apples
  • 1 celery stalk
  • 3 large kale leaves

 

Some of the nutritional benefits for this drink are:

Beta-carotene, folic acid, vitamins B3, B6 and C; calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and sulphur.

This drink helps in aiding with:

Energy, detox, immunity, digestion and skin


About the Author: Raina Paucar is an adventure loving equestrian and retired female jockey. She likes to ride and compete in many disciplines, explore new places, read great books, gadget hoard, play games, take pictures and write. She currently exercises racehorses and works with her own off-the-track-Thoroughbred (OTTB). Her career in media focuses on equestrian lifestyle. You can add her to your Google+ circles, subscribe on Facebook and follow on Twitter.

Topics: Drink, Equestrian Fitness, Equestrian Health, Equestrian Lifestyle, Fitness, Food, Health, Juice drink recipe, Juice recipe, Juicing for Equestrians

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