Sweet Lime, Pomegranate and Apple Juice

Sweet Lime, Pomegranate and Apple Juice

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Fruits are one of the best snacks to munch on, when you are pregnant. They are crunchy, juicy and refreshing. But on days when you feel exhausted and do not even feel like munching on a bowlful of fruits, turn to this Sweet Lime, Pomegranate and Apple Juice to top up on essential nutrients, even though some fibre is lost when making the juice in a hopper.

Rich in vitamin C, this juice helps to boost your baby’s immunity, and to fight against diseases during gestation. Apple adds to the volume and nutrients of this juice, while mint gives a fabulous flavour to it. Enjoy this sugar-free juice immediately on preparation.

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Sweet Lime, Pomegranate and Apple Juice recipe - How to make Sweet Lime, Pomegranate and Apple Juice

Preparation Time:    Cooking Time:    Total Time:     2Makes 2 small glasses
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  1. Add the sweet lime, pomegranate, apple and mint leaves a few at a time in a hopper.
  2. Pour equal quantities of the juice into 2 small individual glasses.
  3. Serve immediately.

Nutrient values (Abbrv) per small glass
Energy113 cal
Protein2 g
Carbohydrates24.9 g
Fiber6.2 g
Fat0.6 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Sodium12.7 mg

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Sweet Lime, Pomegranate and Apple Juice
 on 11 Jul 16 09:54 AM

A fibre and vitamin C rich drink which is not strained and thus perfect for mums-to-be to be sip on to keep the feeling of nausea at bay.