If you don’t like to juice green cabbage, try juicing the purple cabbage instead. Purple cabbage has a vibrant beautiful color when juiced and tastes quite sweet, unlike green cabbage which can be a tad more bitter. Cabbage is absolutely loaded with goodness. It contains powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It’s wonderful for heart health, helping to reduce cholesterol by binding bile acids in the intestine. The lactic acid in cabbage also acts as a potent colon cleanser.
This recipe is a master healer to the gut and digestive system, beats hypertension, prevent cancer and loaded with phytonutrients known to guard against cancer and cleanse your kidneys too.
- 3 plums
- 1/4 small purple cabbage
- 1 beetroot (beet)
- 2 sticks of celery
- 1 orange
- Wash all produce well.
- Remove the stones from the plums.
- Chop the desired amount of cabbage; I used a small purple cabbage.
- Peel the orange.
- Juice ingredients.
- Pour over ice and enjoy!
Why Are These Ingredients BENEFICIAL?
-Fight against infectious agents, counter inflammation and free radicals.
-Vitamin A found in plums is also known to protect from oral and cavity cancer.
-Eating three servings of this fruit daily can lower the risk of developing age-related macular degeneration.
-Beneficial to the digestive tract.
-Great sources of antioxidant and phytonutrients.
-Provides a fair amount of dietary fiber.
-Purple cabbage is rich in these antioxidants which has also been found to make skin supple and clear.
-Purple cabbage is an alkalizing food. It helps regulate the pH in our system.
-Cabbage aids in digestion and elimination Cabbage can dramatically lower bad cholesterol and helps lower blood pressure.
-Rich in Vitamin C, B6, A, E, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, and zinc.
-Aids in digestion.
-Purify blood naturally.
-Super Antioxidant for a Long, Healthy, Pain-Free Life
-Beetroot ingestion can be one of the useful means to prevent lung and skin cancer.
-The betalains in beets have been used in certain treatments of depression.
By Geary Andrew, Natural News