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Cabbage Juice – St. Patty’s Day

Posted March 14th, 2012

Best Juicer for Juicing Cabbage juiceSt. Patrick’s Day is celebrated by all ages and especially by everyone who loves the color green. Green beer, green foods, and tons of ham equals a metabolism and nutrition levels that will be out of balance. Juicing in the days prior to and after any holiday you expect to “cheat” on your healthy eating are perfect ways to protect and restore your health.

Incorporating cabbage into your juicer routine will help make all your recipes festive. In addition to the festivities, you are bringing concentrated nutrients into your diet. Juicing cabbage ensures the levels of vitamins and minerals found in the juice will be at maximum value with little “fillers.”

Cabbage juice is at the top of the cancer prevention list. The high levels of cancer prevention is due to its amount of antioxidants, anti-inflammatory properties and levels of glucosinolates. In addition to this, juicing cabbage will increase your daily amounts of carotenoids, polyphenols, and anthocyanins. All anti-oxidants that will increase your overall health.

For those who may have stomach problems, your juicer may be your strongest weapon. Cabbage has long been used in healing peptic ulcers and lowering the risk of stomach ailments. The fiber-rich nutrients in cabbage juice work to stay in the intestine (before eliminating) rather than being absorbed as a fat. This can help lower cholesterol and cleanse the entire body.

With all these benefits, why not make your entire month green by adding cabbage to your juice extractor recipes.

Cabbage Juice
1/2 cabbage head (savoy is sweet, red is iron-rich)
5 of your favorite nuts (cashews, almonds, or walnuts)
½ lime

Juice ¼ of the cabbage, then half the nuts. Repeat. Squeeze the lime into the juice after juicing. This will give it a bite of citrus.


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