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Fresh And Simple Juice To Combat Morning Sickness

Hey mama. Welcoming a new life into the world is a miraculous journey. But if you’re like many mothers-to-be, the initial phase can be overshadowed by the uncomfortable presence of morning sickness. From the sudden aversion to certain foods to the persistent feeling of nausea, it’s no secret that the early stages of pregnancy can be challenging. That’s why we want to share with a superfood juice that not only helps you stay nourished – but will help you combat morning sickness as well.

Among the many holistic approaches to combat morning sickness, one of the most effective and refreshing remedies is fresh juice. Bursting with vitamins and nutrients, these revitalizing concoctions can not only help alleviate the symptoms of morning sickness but also provide nourishment for both a mother and her growing baby.

Join us as we explore our favorite delightful, easy-to-make juice recipe that will not only bring relief but also add a delicious twist to your daily routine. Say goodbye to morning sickness woes and hello to a revitalized, energized start to your day!

What’s In Our Ultimate Combat Morning Sickness Juice?

Did you know morning sickness is often caused because you are using up so many vitamins and minerals quickly? Many moms quickly become depleted in key nutrients. The usual suspects (deficiencies) causing nausea and vomiting in pregnancy are Vitamin B6, B12, Magnesium, Zinc, and Vitamin D. Making sure you’ve got enough of these in your system could help ease the nausea and vomiting.

That’s why we paired common nausea fighting foods like ginger and lemon with nutrient dense food like carrots, beets and a deliciously sweet pear. Combine them all in a juicer and pour over ice and you have a sweet treat with powerful morning sickness fighting abilities.

Having a hard time keeping even a juice down? Triple the recipe and pour into a popsicle mold for a dynamic treat to combat morning sickness!

Check out more morning sickness symptoms and how to tell if it’s dangerous in our morning sickness survival guide here.

How Does Each Ingredient Help Combat Morning Sickness?

1/2 Lemon

I have a strong fondness for the vibrant and zesty nature of lemons, not just for the cheerful hue they bring. These citrus fruits pack a powerful punch in combating morning sickness. Beyond their high Vitamin C content that fortifies the immune system, lemons aid in iron absorption.

Surprisingly, the intake of prenatal vitamins with iron during the first trimester can amplify feelings of morning sickness. That’s because the body can’t absorb iron from supplements well.

In our comprehensive guide to iron in pregnancy, we delve into the benefits or iron supplementation in pregnancy and the drawbacks. One of those draw back being potential persistent morning sickness. Don’t have time to read the full article? Find out favorite prenatal vitamin here.

Foods, like lemon, and this juice with. a hefty serving of lemon, can help your body use and process the iron in your body. This is the practical reason lemon can sometimes help relieve morning sickness symptoms.

2 Small Carrots Or 1 Large Carrot

Carrots, known for their nutrient-rich composition, may indirectly aid in managing some symptoms of morning sickness. Packed with essential vitamins such as A and C, they contribute to stable blood sugar levels and promote healthy digestion, potentially alleviating discomfort associated with morning sickness.

1 Inch Ginger

Ginger is a widely recognized natural remedy for morning sickness due to its anti-nausea properties and digestive benefits. It contains compounds that help alleviate the sensation of nausea and vomiting, making it an effective solution for managing morning sickness during pregnancy. By promoting the production of digestive juices and neutralizing stomach acids, ginger aids in digestion and can ease nausea and vomiting.

1 Beet

Beets contain vitamin B6, which has been associated with reducing symptoms of nausea and vomiting. It also provides tons of B9 – which is more commonly known as folate. Folate is one of those nutrients that helps protect babies against birth defects – especially early in pregnancy. Not only that, but beet root juice also supports both diastolic and systolic blood pressure. So mamas that are worried about preeclampsia or have a history of high blood pressure might benefits from including beets in their diet throughout pregnancy!

1 Handful Spinach

Spinach, a nutrient-rich leafy green vegetable, can potentially aid in managing morning sickness due to its rich nutritional profile, including essential vitamins such as A, C, and K, as well as iron, calcium, and folate. On top of that, it has several of the most important nutrients to help combat morning sickness: vitamin B6, magnesium, and zinc.

1 Pear

Pear juice, known for its gentle and mild flavor, can be a soothing option that may help alleviate some symptoms of morning sickness. Its gentle nature can potentially ease stomach discomfort and reduce feelings of nausea, providing relief for pregnant individuals experiencing morning sickness.

If you don’t like pears, try substituting with a sweet red apple.

Learning About Nutrition In Pregnancy

Many common pregnancy complaints such as morning sickness or heartburn can be tied back to nutrition. Beyond that, so can more urgent pregnancy complications such as preeclampsia, gestational diabetes and preterm birth. Because of that, we have a comprehensive lesson on prenatal nutrition inside our birth class. If you’re looking for information on how to build a healthy pregnancy one bite at a time, make sure to join us today!

How To Make The Juice

Juicing is one of the simplest processes out there. You simply gather and prep your ingredients. For us that means washing the vegetable and fruits first. Then, cut off the tops of the carrots. We leave the beet greens on and juice those right along with the beet root. Cut everything into reasonable lengths that will fit in your juicer, turn the juicer on and process each one. With that, you’re done.

Fresh And Simple Juice To Combat Morning Sickness

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Recipe by Suzzie Vehrs Course: Uncategorized


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  • 2 2 Small Carrots

  • 1 1 Beet With Greens

  • 1 1 Pear

  • 1 1 Handful Spinach

  • 1/2 1/2 Lemon

  • 1 1 Inch Ginger


  • Prep your ingredients by washing your fruits and vegetables.
  • Cut tops of carrots off, quarter the beet and quarter and core the pear.
  • Process each ingredient through the juicer.
  • Pour over ice and enjoy.



  • This juice is super simple to make and a bit sweet as well. Drink as soon as you can after processing. If you are too sick to keep it down, double or triple the recipe and then pour into popsicle molds to freeze and consume at a slower, more acceptable pace for your stomach.

Fresh And Simple Juice To Combat Morning Sickness Conclusion

In a nutshell, this supercharged juice blend of ginger, lemon, beets, spinach, and pear is like a secret weapon against morning sickness during pregnancy. Picture ginger’s tummy-soothing magic, lemon and pear’s refreshing goodness, and the superhero nutrients packed in beets and spinach, all coming together to fight off those queasy feelings and the rest of your morning sickness symptoms.

Sipping on this vibrant concoction not only helps you tackle morning sickness like a champ but also ensures you’re loading up on the good stuff to keep you and your little one healthy and happy. So go ahead, give this powerhouse juice a try, and say hello to smoother mornings!