Juicing is the best way to get the most nutrients from vegetables and fruits, as it will help you get up to 99% of their plant chemicals, minerals, and vitamins.
Some researchers even claim that it is much better than eating these foods raw, as the high fiber levels will help digestion and support the function of the digestive tract.
According to Kara Rosen at Plenish, the leading cold-pressed juice delivery company in the UK:
“Juices aren’t always about taking toxins out of the body but putting nutrients back in. When you think that you can press nearly 2kg of produce into one glass, you start to realize how much goodness you can add to your daily eating routine.”
Juicing is a simple way to help weight loss, detoxify the body, strengthen the immune system, and lower the risk of cancer.
The following juice will provide high amounts of fiber, calcium, vitamin C and A, iron, manganese, and folic acid found in beets, magnesium, potassium, carotene antioxidants, selenium, vitamin K, E, C, B and A from carrots, and fiber, vitamin C, glucose, fructose, carbohydrates, from apples.
Its consumption will energize the body, help digestion, boost weight loss, improve eyesight, strengthen immunity, and improve overall health.
Here are some additional health benefits of this juice:
Improved Heart Health
The high amount of beta-carotene, alpha, lutein and many other phytonutrients in carrots will improve heart health, boost the elasticity of blood vessels, and lower the levels of the LDL (bad) cholesterol in the blood.
PMS symptoms relief
This healthy combination will soothe menstrual cramps and pain, and treat fatigue during the menstrual cycle.
Improved Skin Health
The powerful anti-inflammatory properties of the juice will treat skin conditions, soothe allergies, repair skin damage, reduce wrinkles, and slow down the aging process.
Here is how to prepare it:
1 slice lemon (optional)
3cm piece ginger root (optional)
Mix the ingredients in a blender or juicer, and store the juice in the fridge.
Drink a glass of it every morning on an empty stomach, an hour before your breakfast.
Then, drink the rest during the day.
The results of the regular consumption of the juice will be felt very soon!
As stated by Liz Earle, co-founder of Liz Earle Naturally Active Skincare:
“This is 75 percent green veg, just mildly sweet and has a nice kick of ginger and lemon. Beetroot juice is the emperor of all energizers, shown to increase stamina for athletes, boost brain power and even lower blood pressure (useful when working under pressure). Beetroot is a good source of absorbable iron for energy (especially important for women and non-red-meat eaters). Adding fresh tangy ginger root really revs up the taste buds, as well as adding an antibacterial zing to help keep bugs at bay. A squeeze of fresh lemon juice will enhance its refreshing and reviving properties. “