Juicing plays a huge role in a healthy diet by making it easy to consume our daily 8 servings of fruits and vegetables necessary. Taken as a part of a healthy diet juices round out our daily requirement of fruits and vegetables. Roots juices are produced on a hydraulic press as opposed to a centrifugal juicer. A hydraulic press minimizes oxidation and releases more vitamins, minerals, and enzymes into each juice. Pressed Juices carry 50 times as much nutrients as a regular juice.
strengthening of bones,
clearer skin, and
lower risk for disease
The ingredients we use:
Beets – Beets are high in Vitamin A and the enzyme betaine, which nourishes and strengthens the liver and gallbladder. They are also an excellent source of potassium and are cleansing for the liver, kidneys, and gallbladder.
Carrots- Carrots are nutritious in Vitamins A, B, and C; iron; calcium; potassium; and sodium. They have a cleanings effect on the liver and digestive system, help prevent kidney stones and relieve arthritis and gout. They also help to lower cholesterol and protect against cardiac disease. Carrots also cut cancer risk and macular degeneration, while increasing mental function
Apple- Fresh apples help cleanse your system, lower cholesterol, and aid in digestion. Apples are key in cleansing fasts because they help to eliminate toxins. They are a good source of Vitamin A, B, and C. Apples tend to have a laxative effect as well as stimulating the liver.
Aloe- Aloe vera is known to help detoxify the body and cleanse the colon. The properties of the juice also help to detoxify the bloodstream. It is also said that aloe vera juice can benefit a person with intestinal problems. It can aid in the healing of ulcers and help the digestive system to work smoothly.
Ginger- Ginger root calms nausea and morning sickness. It stimulates blood flow to the digestive system and increases nutrient absorption. It increases the action of the gallbladder and prevents the formation of ulcers.
cucumber- Cucumbers are high in water, vitamin A, iron, and potassium. They also contain sterols, which may help the heart by reducing cholesterol
lime- All Citrus fruits are high in Vitamin C and limonene, which is thought to prevent breast cancer. The high concentration of carotenoids, flavonoids, and terpenes makes it an excellent all around cancer fighting fruit
mint- Taking mint before eating stimulates the liver and gallbladder by increasing bile flow to the liver and intestines. It is known to curb nausea and vomiting. This herb is also known to improve appetite, fevers, cold and flu symptoms.
watermelon- Watermelons are high in Vitamins A, C, and iron. This refreshing fruit also helps with dehydration because of its high water content.
kale- Like other leafy Greens kale is a great source of Vitamin A, chlorophyll, and vitamin C. Greens are also known to be sources of calcium, iron, folic acid, and potassium.
celery- Celery is used a a treatment for high blood pressure and it also helps to detoxify carcinogens from our environment
spinach- Spinach is the best source of choline, which improves mental function. It is one of only 4 vegetables that are high in Vitamin E. It is also high in lutein, which is known to prevent cancer. Vitamins A and C, as well as potassium, iron, and calcium are known benefits of spinach.
romaine- Like other leafy Greens romaine is a great source of Vitamin A, chlorophyll, and vitamin C. Greens are also known to be sources of calcium, iron, folic acid, and potassium.
lemon- All Citrus fruits are high in Vitamin C and limonene, which is thought to prevent breast cancer. The high concentration of carotenoids, flavonoids, and terpenes makes it an excellent all around cancer fighting fruit
grapefruit- Red grapefruit is high in the cancer fighting lycopene. All Citrus fruits are high in Vitamin C and limonene, which is thought to prevent breast cancer. The high concentration of carotenoids, flavonoids, and terpenes makes it an excellent all around cancer fighting fruit
fennel- Fennel is anti inflammatory properties and is used for indigestion and flatulence. It is also widely used to increase milk in mothers that are breastfeeding.
almonds- The health benefits of almonds include getting relief from constipation, respiratory disorders, cough, heart disease, anemia, impotency, and diabetes. It is a rich source of Vitamin E, calcium, phosphorous, iron, and magnesium. Almonds contain the most nutrients compared to all other nuts.
dates- Dates are a great source of boron which prevents calcium loss. Thus it is important in the fight against osteoporosis. Dates contain Vitamin A, B, B2, C, and D.
pear- Pears help to protect the colon. They are also a good source of Vitamin C, Boron, and Potassium as well as a good source of fiber.
pineapple-Pineapples are rich in vitamins and minerals including calcium, potassium, fiber and Vitamin C. The fruit is also low in fat and cholesterol. Pineapple helps build healthy bones. This is because pineapples are rich in manganese, a trace mineral that is required to strengthen bones and connective tissues.
cantaloupe- Melons are a great source of adenosine. This is a chemical that lessens the risk of heart attack and stroke. They also contain good amounts of calcium, Vitamin A and C.
honey dew- Melons are a great source of adenosine. This is a chemical that lessens the risk of heart attack and stroke. They also contain good amounts of calcium, Vitamin A and C.
chlorophyll- Chlorophyll contains a single atom of iron just like human hemoglobin and promotes oxygenation of the blood which helps the body to cleanse itself. it also binds with toxins like heavy metals and releases them from where they were lodged inside the body so that they can be carried away and processed. Chlorophyll has also been shown to help build up red blood cells, which is a benefit to people suffering from anemia.