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Three super juices that revitalize your health

Posted October 3, 2013

You may have already heard that drinking fresh, organic fruit and vegetable juices can be beneficial to your health. But there are some kinds of juices that are particularly powerful.

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Vegetables: Raw and juicing to a healthier life

Posted September 29, 2013

A great way to improve one’s health is to ensure that one eats a lot of fresh vegetables that have been minimally processed and are raw, organic and locally-grown. The problem is that not everybody can eat raw vegetables. To solve this problem, dieticians recommend juicing fresh vegetables. Patients who are improving or restoring their health and cannot eat food directly can instead drink juiced vegetables.

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Five ways juicing could help save your life

Posted February 26, 2013

Far more than just a passing health fad, juicing raw fruits and vegetables every day continues to be one of the best ways to obtain fresh, bioavailable nutrients in therapeutic, health-transforming doses. The short-term health benefits of juicing include things like increased energy levels and digestive relief, while the long-term health benefits include chronic illness prevention of the type that could add both life to your years and years to your life.

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Liquid health: Lose weight the juicing way

Posted January 1, 2013

Previously confined to the realms of breakfasts and lunchboxes, juice is now being touted as the latest health trend, diet tool and a hip lifestyle choice for those in the wellness-know.

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Juicing Combats Vitamin & Mineral Deficiencies

Posted October 15, 2012

Back in the 1930s an average carrot contained 20 mg of zinc. In the 1980s that had dropped to around 10mg. Today an average carrot may contain as little as 2 mg (1). That’s just 10% of the nutrient levels from 1930. If we think about this in terms of the quantity of food we eat, we’d effectively need to eat 10 times more carrots than in 1930 just to get the same amount of zinc. The sad thing is we aren’t just talking about zinc. This drop in nutrients is found for most other minerals.

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Vitamin B-based treatment may permanently cure vision-robbing eye disease

Posted April 30, 2012

One of 2,000 people in the U.S. is diagnosed each year with keratoconus, a vision-robbing disease usually first spotted during the teenage years. The cause isn’t understood, but it is known to damage the collagen fibers that form the structure of the cornea (the outer surface of the eye). It’s the cornea that allows the eye to focus properly.

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