This Ginger-Turmeric Shot Will Carry You Through Flu Season and Beyond

It's definitely not just your imagination: The flu is especially bad this year. Besides getting a flu shot and staying away from your sick co-workers, what can you do to help your body resist influenza?

Eat and drink foods that strengthen your body’s natural defenses — like this Ginger-Turmeric Immunity Shot.
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One solution is to eat and drink foods that strengthen your body's natural defenses — like this Ginger-Turmeric Immunity Shot. The powerful liquid features turmeric and ginger, which have anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting properties, along with vitamin C-rich tangerine and carrot juice.

Ginger Turmeric Immunity Shot

This anti-inflammatory shot will carry you through flu season and beyond 🍊 Recipe + nutrition info:

Posted by LIVESTRONG.COM on Saturday, March 10, 2018

Why did we decide to put black pepper in the mix? Combining turmeric with black pepper makes it easier for your body to absorb. And if you're thinking about skipping the apple cider vinegar, know that vinegar contains acetic acid, which works to kill germs.

With only eight grams of natural sugar and 13 grams of carbohydrates, this immunity-boosting shot is a morning ritual you can feel very good about. Here's to hoping you get through this year's flu season unscathed!

Recipe and Nutritional Info: Ginger-Turmeric Immunity Shot

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