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Shots are small, nutritious and concentrated doses made of superfoods that should be consumed in small amounts during the day.
Many people have the habit of taking a shot in the morning, while still fasting.
But shots don’t need to be ingested only in the morning, they can also be taken before meals.
Some people prefer to drink them in the morning since they are good sources of antioxidants and also because, when we wake up, our body is usually more acidic due to the lack of hydration and also because of the cleansing it does while we sleep.
Oh, it is also worth remembering that there are many kinds of shots: antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, digestive, energetic, for weight loss…
Because it has highly concentrated doses of phytochemicals and micronutrients, a shot brings many benefits to the health, such as: improving the immune system, eliminating toxins, fighting inflammatory processes, supplying energy and vitality, helping with weight loss, contributing to lean mass gains, improving sleep quality and improving the skin.
It is very easy to make it. Learn now how to make a detox shot at home… Watch the video to learn how!
The consumption of these small doses has increased recently, and in many places, you can find it already made in restaurants and natural health stores.
The convenience of making it is one of the positive points to include these shots in our lives.
Do it and share your experience with us. If you consumed any shots before, share your thoughts on this recipe.
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