Benefits of Juicing
Taking steps towards having healthier skin and a healthier body can depend on what you put in your body just as much as what you put on your skin. A balanced diet full of vegetables and fruits as well as eliminating toxins can be your first step towards healthier glowing skin, stronger nails, and lustrous hair.
For most of us, eating fruits and vegetables isn't the first thing we think of when our stomach tells us we are hungry. As well as, it might not be the best tasting snack or meal to some people. Well. if that's the case, try juicing them instead. Juicing allows the body to absorb the nutrients and minerals in a quick and concentrated way that can be a little easier on the taste buds. We always recommend juicing organic fruits and vegetables.
There are enormous skin, hair, and overall body benefits you can get from juicing.
Like most of us who live in the city, our bodies and skin are constantly getting affected by pollution, dust and sun. A lot of Fruits and Vegetable have powerful antioxidents that can attack free Radicals in your food. By juicing, you can actually help clean out your system over time. These affect both our inner system and outer skin. So to help keep skin healthy and help get the toxic substances out of your body, juice can be your savior.
Helps prevents cellular damage
Studies have shown that nutrients like flavonoids and anthocyanins can help prevent oxidative cellular damage. These two ingredients are plentiful in various fruits and vegetables.
The beta-carotene of veggies like carrots and cabbages can help to boost skin collagen. Collagen helps maintaining skin elasticity and prevents aging effects like wrinkles and fine lines.
Increases hair growth
The mineral 'Silica' has been found to be a prime ingredient to help boost hair growth. Cucumbers and carrots are full of silica. Silica provides better blood circulation to the scalp and increases hair growth.
The Silica of cucumber juice improves blood flow and maintains skin elasticity which in return provides you smoother skin.
Helps prevents the growth of cancerous cells
Lycopene is present in tomatoes. For some, drinking straight tomato juice is not very high on the list, but try it in a mixed vegetable or fruit juice instead. The lycopene of tomato juice has been known to prevent the production of cancerous cells on skin.
This is just a brief introduction to juicing and some of the health and wellness benefits. Here are some famous and healthy juice recipes for you:
Peeled and grated cucumber half cup
Lemon juice 1/4 cup
a few mint leaves
Pour all the ingredients in the blender and mix 2 glass of water. Now blend and drink the fresh juice.
Half cup finely chopped carrot
1-1/2 glass of water
1/2 tablespoon of ginger
Mix all the ingredients with water (optional). Blend well. To make it chilly, mix some ice cubes while blending the juice.
1 chopped tomato
1 glass of water
2 ice cubes
Sugar and pinch of salt
A pinch of black pepper
Like previously, mix all the ingredients and blend well. Add a little bit of black pepper to enhance the taste.
1 finely chopped cabbage leaf
1/4 of finely chopped carrot
1/2 tablespoon of ginger
2 tablespoons of lemon juice
Mix the ingredients to your taste. Mix a pinch of salt. black pepper, or sugar (optional) if you need a bit to change the taste.
Take half a cup of strawberries, blackberries, raspberries and blueberries. Add 1-1/2 glasses of water and 2 ice cubes. Blend well and drink fresh juice to get the best benefits.
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