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Vegetable smoothie

Drink to your health—Vegetable juice with power

Have you experienced this? Coinciding with the first rays of sunshine many people experience the desire to do something nice for their bodies after the calorie-rich days of winter. This calls for motivation to get out and move and enjoy healthy, light foods.


Five servings of fruits and vegetables each day

The German Nutrition Association (DGE) recommends consuming five servings of fruits and vegetables each day in order to ensure enough vitamins and energy. Five servings equates to about 600 - 700 grams. The fact is that proper nutrition reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease and has a positive effect on blood pressure. But truth be told, who can eat so much plant-based nutrition every day?


Outsmart yourself

The solution is a vegetable smoothie. This is one way to easily consume a goodly amount of vitamins, even during breakfast. BINDER has put together a recipe that packs a real vitamin punch for you—guaranteed to be tasty and ready in just five minutes. Try it—your body will thank you!


  • 1/2 cucumber
  • 8 cherry tomatoes (halved)
  • 1 spring onion
  • 1 bell pepper
  • 2 - 3 basil leaves
  • Vegetable juice (fresh)
  • Sauerkraut juice (fresh)
  • 2 drops olive oil
  • Pepper
  • Ground red pepper

Place the ingredients in a blender with a little vegetable juice and blend. Add a splash of sauerkraut juice. Add vegetable juice until the mixture has the desired consistency. Water can be used in place of the juices.

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