Beet

  • Beets are cell-builders and strong blood cleansers.
  • When combined with carrots, consuming beets aids in kidney and liver function.
  • Beets aid in weight loss, menstrual and menopausal issues.
  • Say you’re fatigued and anemic? Then drink your beets.
  • High in calcium, iron, vitamins A, B1, B2, B6 and C.

Carrot

  • A great source of antioxidants from beta-carotene, carrots play an outstanding role in optimal health in the body and provide immune support.
  • Rich in calcium, vitamins A, B1, B6, C.
  • High in alpha, beta and gamma carotenes, phytonutrients such as lutein, lycopene and zeaxanthin
  • Carrots help with asthma, arthritis, eye problems, liver and bladder issues.

Apple

  • A day promotes digestion and weight loss.
  • Great for cleaning the intestines from toxins.
  • Creates healthy skin and hair.
  • Gives good scrub for the liver.
  • Fights arthritis, gout, rheumatism.
  • Vitamins A, B1, 2, 6 and folic acid.
  • Promotes healthy heart function.
  • Fiber! Fiber! Fiber!

Grapefruit

  • Grapefruit helps fight colds and indigestion.
  • Good for gums, teeth and quick healing.
  • High in calcium, potassium, B complex, vitamins C, E and K and folic acid, phosphorus and lycopene.

Lemon

  • Lemon helps with digestion and detoxification.
  • A great source of vitamins B6 and C, potassium, folic acid and bioflavonoid.
  • Lemons contain limonene and lemon rinds have anti-cancer properties.
  • Extremely alkalizing - great for people who can’t have high sugar fruits in juice.
  • Combats bacterial poisoning, anemia and arthritis.

Orange

  • No scurvy here in Florida thanks to oranges.
  • This citrus combats anemia and constipation.
  • You will find phyto-nutrients with anti-inflammatory and anti-tumor properties.
  • High in vitamins A, B1, 2, 6, K, E.

Pears

  • Pears contain a collection of beneficial vitamins and minerals, including A, B1, B2, C, E, folic acid and niacin, copper and potassium levels.
  • The pectin in pear also supports digestion efforts.

Pineapples

  • Pineapples contain bromelain, which is anti-inflammatory and a digestive aid
  • You can prevent macular degeneration with pineapple.
  • This fruit’s enzymes can help fight free radical damage.
  • High in vitamin C, B, calcium and potassium.

Strawberry

  • Berries are some of the most nutritionally powerful fruits.
  • Strawberries promote healthy kidney function and fight acne, cancer, heart disease, cell damage, aging, inflammation, macular degeneration and arthritis.
  • High in vitamin C, potassium, iron and numerous antioxidants.

Dandelion Green

  • Bitter yet so good for healthy bladder function, circulation, acne and digestion.
  • Dandelion greens send anemia and constipation packing.
  • Provides calcium, iron, potassium, vitamins A and B complex.

Kale

  • The dinosaur of greens and a little something for everyone.
  • Kale can battle impotence, anemia, hay fever, eye and skin disorders, asthma and arthritis.
  • Stimulates healthy circulation and weight loss.
  • An excellent source of chlorophyll, calcium, vitamin A and iron.

Spinach

  • The starter green - great for even the most finicky, beginning juicer.
  • Alkalizing, fights anemia and good for overall circulation.
  • Spinach benefits the eyes, kidneys, liver, lymph system and thyroid.
  • High in iron, calcium, vitamins A, B complex, C, E, carotenes, folate, potassium and amino acids.

Broccoli

  • So high in vitamin C and calcium, is this tiny tree.
  • Broccoli helps prevent common colds, cataracts and high blood pressure.
  • Get your fiber with broccoli, which helps combat high cholesterol.
  • Aids in Alzheimer’s, cancer, diabetes and prevents cataracts.

Cabbage

  • Constipation? Irritable bowels? Then juice your cabbage.
  • Cabbage calms high blood pressure, high cholesterol and various cancers.
  • Supports your kidneys and thyroid.
  • Get your choline, potassium, vitamins B6, C and U and antioxidants.

Celery

  • Is a natural diuretic that strongly supports weight loss.
  • Treats asthma, constipation, gout, insomnia, lung and kidney problems.
  • Celery is an excellent source of help with neurological issues.
  • High in vitamins A, B1, B2, B6 and C and potassium, folic acid, calcium, magnesium, iron and essential amino acids.

Cucumber

  • Is alkalizing and a cooling diuretic.
  • Great for inflamed skin problems and arthritis.
  • Shed weight, regulate blood pressure and promote healthy kidney function with cucumber.
  • 96% water with high content of vitamins A, C and B complex.

Fennel

  • Did you know fennel is often used for colic, wind, irritable bowel, kidneys, spleen, liver, lungs, suppressing appetite, breast enlargement and promoting healthy digestion?
  • Contains phytonutrients with anti-inflammatory and anti-tumor properties, great source of daily fibers.

Garlic

  • One of the most powerful allies in preventing all diseases.
  • Garlic strengthens the immune system, cleans blood and promotes cardiovascular health.
  • High in calcium, iron, magnesium, vitamins A, B1 and C and anti-oxidants.
  • Garlic also contains anti-microbial and antibiotic properties.

Ginger

  • Ginger kicks respiratory infections and colds to the ground.
  • Promotes strong digestion and immune system.
  • Combats infections, nausea, inflammation and cancer.
  • A great source of anti-oxidants, phosphorus, folic acid and vitamin C.
  • Meow! Also used as an aphrodisiac.

Jalapeno

  • Jalapeno is high in vitamins A and C.
  • Juice this pepper for clearing sinuses, reducing blood pressure and high cholesterol.
  • A thermogenic food that helps burn calories and fat.

Parsley

  • Use parsley for a healthy prostate, urinary tract, circulation and endocrine system.
  • Parsley cleans the blood and aids in digestion.
  • Relieves eye problems, anemia and arthritis.
  • High in calcium, magnesium, potassium, vitamins A and C and chlorophyll.
  • Drink parsley to neutralize bad breath.

Mint

  • Mint is a good appetizer and promotes digestion.
  • A quick remedy for nausea.
  • Opens up congestion of nose, throat, bronchi and lungs, giving relief in respiratory disorders resulting from asthma and colds.
  • A great source of anti-oxidants, phosphorus, folic acid and vitamin C.
  • Antiseptic and antipruritic, great for skin infections.

Basil

  • Basil has a wealth of anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties.
  • Basil herb contains many polyphenolic flavonoids like orientin and vicenin.
  • High in vitamins A and K, also contains a good amount of minerals like potassium, manganese, copper and magnesium.
  • Basil can also be beneficial for those suffering from rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis and inflammatory bowel conditions.

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