The juice presented here is a great detoxifier:
Supports the liver in regeneration, helps clear fatty deposits from alcohol consumption and is used in prevention of cancer.
Beets act anti-inflammatory and as antioxidants, they contain calcium, phosphorus, iron, sodium, potassium, provitamin A, vitamin C, small amount of B-complex vitamins and sulfur in betanin complex.
Blood cleansing, alkalizing, protecting against free radical cell damage & help flush your liver of accumulated toxic waste.
Carrots are also said to improve your vision and skin, they are a top source of pro-vitamin A, beta-carotene and alpha-carotene (converted to vitamin A by the liver & stored.
Levels will be low with liver diseases such as cirrhosis), vitamin C, vitamin K and various B vitamins, potassium, calcium, magnesium and trace minerals like molybdenum and copper (if grown in rich soil).
Great general detoxifier, rich in pectin – a type of fiber which binds toxins in the intestinal tract so they can be safely eliminated before the liver has to deal with them.
Regular consumption of apples thus reduces the liver’s workload and improve your overall health as the liver therefore has more capacity for other things such as cleaning out old sins deposited in cells throughout your body.
FRESH LEMON JUICE:
Antioxidant, prevents juice oxidation, boosts the immune system, helps with infections, helps form collagen (hello youthful skin, strong muscles and blood vessels), prevents kidney stones (citrate), improves transmissions in nervous system (potassium).
Last but not least, lemons can provide relief with constipation, reduce high blood pressure, improve cataracts, assist healing common colds, mouth ulcers, respiratory disorders, obesity, and improve hair quality.
Best: 2 cups warm water with juice of 1 fresh lemon every morning on empty stomach.
Lemons are rich in vitamin C, thiamine (vitamin B1), riboflavin (vitamin B2), niacin (vitamin B3), pantothenic acid (vitamin B5), vitamin B6, vitamin B12, vitamin A, vitamin E, retinol, folate and folic acid. production of digestive juices in the stomach.
Rich in vitamin A, vitamins B1, B2, B6 and C, potassium, folate, calcium, magnesium, iron, phosphorus, sodium and plenty essential amino acids.
Juicing releases nutrients in the fiber, aiding bowel movement. Celery contains natural organic sodium (salt) which is not only safe for consumption (as opposed to harmful iodised table salt) but actually essential for the body.
Celery lowers blood pressure, is alkalizing, lowers cholesterol and especially LDL, acts as a diuretic to release water retention and aids breaking down kidney stones.