Stay healthy and full with nutritious drinks this Ramadan

Juice master helps keep you full till iftar


Saudi Gazette

Ramadan is a month where Muslims fast from dawn to sunset. It is a spiritual journey designed to cleanse our mind, soul and body. Contrary to its purpose, people often make the mistake of overeating, pursuing unhealthy choices and wasting food. One should strive to remember and adhere to the real essence of Ramadan by following a simple and moderate diet this month. It is also imperative to cater to what our body needs and feed it the right amount of nutrients. If you have any deficiencies, seek natural sources as opposed to popping any manufactured pills. This week we suggest a few refreshing, healthy and scrumptious drinks that will not only quench your thirst but will keep you satisfied and full for longer. Juice Master in Jeddah serves Jason Vale’s impressive healthy concoctions during Ramadan.


Mixture of carrot, ginger, apple, lemon, celery and beetroot. It is packed with Vitamins A, K, beta-carotene from carrots, vitamin C and polyphenols from the apples, and antioxidants and folate from the beets. The ginger will provide you with anti-inflammatory benefits where as celery also gives you additional potassium, vitamin B6, vitamin C and vitamin K.

Energy Explosion Smoothie

Using these ingredients juice all the fruits and vegetables, then either pour the extracted juice into the blender with ice and blend or simply add into a glass and pour over. Use a 1/4 pineapple, an apple, two carrots, a handful of spinach and kale, 3cm broccoli stem, 1/4 lemon and a handful of ice.

Blueberry Kale Cashew Crunch

Use an apple, handful of kale, one banana, handful of blueberries, 200 ml coconut milk and one-teaspoon cashew butter with two tablespoons of sunflower seeds. Add a handful of ice to your blender, followed by all other ingredients. Blend for 15-30 seconds.

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