Thursday, October 11, 2012



- 4 Apples
- 8 Carrots
- 1 Beet
- 1 in. piece of Ginger

APPLES are good for the respiratory and digestive system, building blood and
maintaining healthy kidneys, liver and colon. Apples are good for the skin. Apple
juice is very good for easing stress, tension and nervous system disorders and
helpful in soothing stomach ulcers. Apple and spinach juice combined helps get the
bowels moving in cases of constipation.

(Apples are in season now so they should be a predominate part of your diet for the next few months)

CARROTS are soothing and nourishing to the entire body (particularly in juice form)
and are helpful in maintaining healthy eyesight, skin, nails and hair. Carrot
juice is an excellent liver cleanser and it also soothes frayed nerves and helps you to
wind down after a stressful day.

Carrot juice can be very supportive for those going through chemo therapy or for
those with cancer conditions in the body. Carrot juice is also very soothing to
ulcers and inflammation in the gastrointestinal tract.

Carrot are supreme in helping nursing mothers to produce healthy breast milk and
it helps keeps the milk flowing. Carrots are inexpensive and readily available
making it a staple food for all raw food eaters.

BEETS are one of the best blood building foods available to us. Beets are useful in
keeping the liver and gall bladder functioning optimally. They should be used
by all woman experiencing menstrual difficulties and menopause. Beets are good
for helping to rebuild the organs and glands after drug and alcohol addiction.
Certain studies have found that beets can be helpful in reducing and eliminating
tumors. Beets are a great healing herb and the list of benefits is to long to mention
here. Beet juice has very powerful healing and cleansing properties so it is a good
idea to mix beets with other vegetables like carrot, apple, celery or cucumber. One
medium beet is usually enough to get the benefits.

GINGER is a whole body tonic, it is warming and nourishing. It is great for
circulation because it dissolves accumulations throughout the body. It is
helpful in delivering nutrients to the cells in the body. Ginger lowers LDL
cholesterol and inhibits the formation of blood clots (blood thinner). Ginger helps
to reduce pain in those suffering from arthritis.

Ginger is excellent for easing indigestion, cramps and nausea, it especially good for
morning sickness.

Ginger dissolves mucus so it is great during times of cold, flu and sore throats
(hot water, lemon, ginger and honey tea). Ginger is great for those experiencing hair
loss because it increases circulation to
the head and delivers amino acids and minerals to the hair follicles.

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