Get Healthy: Make Your Own Organic Juice!
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Just a reminder most of us can't physically eat a heaping plateful of vegetables and fruits in under ten minutes, but we can drink it. How much nutrition does it contain? It depends on what you add. Aaron juice recipe typicals: beets (have over 15 known health benefits including fighting cancer and they contain a lot of folic acid which helps eliminate BPA), red kale (one of the healthiest vegetables on the planet and high in vitamins incl. lots of potassium), celery (anti-inflammatory especially digestive inflammation), carrots (anti-oxidant with a high level of vitamin A that improves vision and helps make eyes, hair, skin, nails etc. healthy), lemons (protective against toxins, these immune-boosting fruits are antibacterial, antiviral liver cleansers and digestive aids), cucumbers (hydration, anti-inflammatory, fights cancers, keeps blood pressure in check and all kinds of good stuff! One article I read even said cucumbers contain a hormone that helps the pancreas produce insulin to help regulate blood sugar), blueberries (but we ran out this time! Blueberries are considered a brain food for brain health rich in a bunch of vitamins and has the highest antioxidant capacity of all fresh fruit, plus it boosts immunity and neutralizes free radicals), turmeric (a healing spice, one woman has even been the subject of major studies for healing her cancer with it link below) and ginger (immune boosting, aids in digestion and absorption of nutrients, neutralizes cramps, and fights nausea and colds). LinksWoman Stuns Researchers by Overcoming Cancer with Turmeric Spicehttp://www.activistpost.com/2012/07/woman-stuns-researchers-by-overcoming.htmlhttp://voices.yahoo.com/15-health-benefits-beets-fight-cancer-more-805501.html?cat=51http://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-4408/Top-10-Health-Benefits-of-Eating-Kale.htmlhttp://www.foods-healing-power.com/celery-health-benefits.htmlhttp://www.care2.com/greenliving/10-benefits-of-carrots.htmlhttp://www.naturalnews.com/036769_cucumbers_health_benefits_rehydration.htmlhttp://www.care2.com/greenliving/16-health-benefits-of-lemons.htmlhttp://www.womenfitness.net/blueberries.htmhttp://foodmatters.tv rticles-1/10-healing-benefits-of-ginger