A Green Juice That Hydrates Your Brain And Removes Migraines

A headache is the most common form of pain which is extremely painful and debilitating and is usually a sign that we are not taking a proper care of our health.

We might dehydrate the body or eat foods that are not healthy, and thus the pain in the head and the migraine might overburden the daily life and habits.

Dehydration happens when more fluid is lost by the body than is replaced by drinking liquids. It is often a chronic issue, and cannot be treated with just one glass of water, as the body has been lacking water for weeks and months, and it has lost many nutrients, energy, and elasticity.

Luckily, the migraine pain can be treated with the help minerals such as calcium, potassium, and magnesium. The juice that is presented below includes them all and is also high in water, so it can effectively detox the body.

Ingredients:
• 1-inch ginger root
• 2 cups green grapes
• ¼ lemon
• 1 green apple
• Bunch spinach leaves
• 2 green peppers

Preparation:
Add all of the ingredients in a blender and blend until you got a smooth texture. You can add a little water if you like.

This juice is excellent is excellent in combination with other healthy foods, and on that way, you can increase the chances to prevent next migraine attacks and headaches.

Keep in mind that some foods and drinks must be avoided to reduce or stop migraines for good. The following foods and drinks may directly cause migraines and inflammation: alcohol, artificial foods, fatty foods, sugar, nuts, sweeteners, chocolate, seeds, flour foods, dairy, and caffeine.

Sources & References:
www.healthyfoodhouse.com
www.mayoclinic.org
www.nhs.uk

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A headache is the most common form of pain which is extremely painful and debilitating and is usually a sign that we are not taking a proper care of our health. We might dehydrate the body or eat foods that are not healthy, and thus the pain in the head...
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