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Juicing To Nourish Your Blood

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Beets contain Betain- the liver loves it because it cleanses the blood of unhealthy fats- making the livers job much easier. Beets are rich in antioxidants and iron which builds up blood and can be used to treat anemia.

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Lemons are a rich source of Vitamin C and alkalize the body. Vitamin C increased absorption of iron and clears toxins which makes it a perfect choice to nourish the blood.

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Carrots have Vitamin A, K & C. Carrots are rich in beta carotene which is an impressive antioxidant with blood nourishing properties.

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Grapefruit is a rich source of Vitamin C which is essential for your immune system. Has a powerful antioxidant called Lycopene which helps prevent free radical damage done to cells. Vitamin C is important for cardiovascular health.

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Spinach is rich in iron and an excellent vegetable to replenish lost iron. 1 cup of cooked spinach has 1110.6% of your daily requirement of vitamin K! Vitamin K promotes a healthy heart and helps your blood clot to stop bleeding and bruising. Thats pretty impressive!

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Dandelions have the antioxidants Vitamin C and Luteolin. Antioxidants are essential for cardiovascular health and can lower blood pressure and blood sugars.

Pomegranate is loaded with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. The juice and peel contain a powerful antioxidant called Punicalagins. Pomegranate may help lower risk of heart disease and may even lower blood pressure.

Suggested Blends

  • 1 Medium Beet

  • 1/2 lemon

  • 1 orange

  • 1 Medium Beet

  • 1 Pomegranate

  • 1 Grapefruit

  • 1 large carrot

  • 1 Handful of spinach

  • 1¬†grapefruit

  • 4 large carrots

  • 1/2 lemon