Healthy Insider: Beet Juice Recipe

Benefits of Beets:

Beets can lower blood pressure, can assist with heart health and lower the risk of diabetes.


1) It slows down aging

2) Improves vision

3) Helps prevent cancer

4) Prevents stroke

5) Cleanses the body

6) Prevents heart disease

7) Promotes healthier skin

FYI: I met someone at Henry’s (an organic store) that overate carrots to the point that she had orange skin. It was her personal technique to have a tan. At least that is what she said. Being a mom, I, naturally, remembered “The Magic School Bus” and their great episode on carrots.

Benefits of Strawberries:

1) 136% of Vitamin C

2) 21% of maganese

3) Helps with vision

4) Fights Cancer

5) 13% if dietary fiber

6) Contains antioxidants

Benefits of the Mango:

1) Lowers Cholesterol

2) Helps with a sore throat

3) Clears the skin

4) 25% of Vitamin A, good for good eye health

5) 76% of vitamin C, good for your immune system

6) 11% of B vitamins, good for heart disease prevention and B6 for the brain

Benefits of Kale:

1) Super high in iron, more than beef

2) Filled with antioxidants that help fight cancer

3) 10% of Omega 3

4) High in Vitamin A and C

5) Calcium, it has been said it has more calcium than milk

6) A great body detoxifier

Benefits of Spinach:

1) A good source of Vitamin K, good for a healthy functioning nervous system and boiled spinach has an insane amount of vitamin K which is also good for your bones

2) 1 cup of Spinach has 337% of Vitamin A, good for the skin like wrinkles, acne, psoriasis, etc and assists white blood cells to fight infections

3) Fights Cancer

4) Lowers blood pressure

5) Contains antioxidants like Vitamins C and E that help the immune system

*Note: I am sure I am missing so much information. I got these from the loads of health books I have and just outlined a few things. Imagine how one juice can be packed with so many good nutrients. Your body only takes in a certain amount and the rest it disposes of, but it doesn’t hurt to drink a juice daily. Do not give up on food though. This should not replace your food intake. You still need to get your metabolism working. I am not a doctor nor a licensed nutritionist.

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