Carrot Juice Oxygenates and Gets Rid of Jet Lag
Consuming carrots (and other oxygenating vegetables) before, during and after a flight reduces jet lag so much, honestly. I tried this after chatting to an air stewardess about my problems with jet lag and tried it the next time after she recommended it and found that it really did help relieve my symptoms of bad jet lag. It's a great natural way to beat the symptoms of fatigue and deal with the physical issues that you face when dealing with jet lag.
What You'll Need
- Or carrot juice (fresh pressed is best)
What You'll Do
- 1. Within 12 hrs before flight drink 0.25 - 0.5 liters of fresh carrot juice. 2. If possible drink 0.25 l of fresh carrot juice on the flight. Alternatively, bring a bag of chopped carrots to snack on. Also only eat raw vegetables or light other vegetable based meals. 3. Avoid airplane food. Avoid. Avoid.
- 4. Drink 2 liters for 5 hrs of flying. 5. Drink 0.25 - 0.5 liters of fresh carrot juice (or beetroot, or green juice) within 12 hrs of landing.
- Drink carrot juice before and after your flight
- Chop up some carrots and bring them with you on the plane to help you combat jet lag when you land
Tips & Warnings
- Carrot juice spillage on clothes can stain. Keep it classy. Also can give you an orange mustache so have a napkin handy.
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