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Juices work miracles

Vegetable and fruit juices flush old and dead cells out of our body, help in dissolving salty build-ups, dissolve stones in our liver and kidneys, and play a role in preventing cancers. However, many people are concerned about chemicals used in the growing and storing of fruits and vegetables. When we use a juicer, any chemicals that were used in the growing and storing of our fruits and vegetables get trapped in the pulp. The juice contains only structured water with dissolved vitamins, microelements, and easily absorbable mineral salts.
We should drink juices in small sips 20 minutes before a meal and hold each sip in the mouth for a few seconds. Enzymes present in our saliva digest carbohydrates contained in juices. If we drink fast (as most people do), the juices get directly to our stomach and undergo fermentation (our stomach’s usual function is processing proteins).
A tip on preparing juices: We can put a filter (a double filter would be even better) on the opening of our juicer’s tank to eliminate as many harmful chemicals as possible.

Fresh juices

Chemical processing, preservatives, and pasteurization used in the production of juices not only destroy vitamins and microelements but also partially damage the structure of water along with the natural biological information recorded in it. The healthy ingredients last about four hours in fruit juices and ten hours in vegetable juices. Juices sold in stores, even if they are 100% natural, preserve only 60% of their nutritional value.
Synthetic vitamin C is often added to fruit and vegetable juices. The only thing it has in common with natural vitamin C is its chemical formula. There have been articles in scientific literature describing potential harmful effects of synthetic vitamin C. We should keep in mind that a glass of freshly squeezed juice contains many substances still unknown to science and prepared by the ultimate pharmacist – nature herself.
White sugar is added to most juices sold in stores. That is not a good idea. One of the main benefits of drinking freshly squeezed juices is the fact that they increase the alkalinity of our body, dissolve mucus and flush out insoluble harmful salts. In this way, fresh juices help cleanse our muscles, tissues, and blood. On the contrary, refined sugar increases the acidity of our body and causes fermentation in our intestines. This explains excessive gas and heartburn we often experience when we drink processed juices. Refined sugar added to juice is like “the spoon of tar that spoils the entire barrel of honey” in a Russian proverb.
The specific health benefits of each juice come from physiologically active substances produced by plants. Juices are so rich in microelements and minerals that they contain almost the entire periodic table of elements. In other words, all vitamins, microelements and minerals essential for our health are found in plant juices. One week of regular drinking of raw juices will bring a healthy complexion to your face, deep restful sleep, and better functioning of your gastro-intestinal tract. The juices should be prepared from fresh healthy fruits or vegetables and consumed as soon as possible. When juices are stored (even if refrigerated), they undergo fermentation and decay, even though the taste may remain the same (beet juice is an exception).
Another good quality of plant-based juices is their easy assimilation by our body. Juices are assimilated completely 30 minutes after consumption, while even vegetable-based solid meals need one hour or more for digestion. Drinking juices provides relief for our digestive system and allows time for repairing and cleansing of all systems and organs with a minimal use of our body’s energy.

There are three different ways to use “juice therapy”; depending on the objective, we have in mind:

  • Daily preventative use – up to 2 cups (0.5L)
  • Providing relief for our digestive system – 8-12 cups (2-3L) a day for 1-3 days (no longer)
  • As a remedy for a health problem – 2-4 cups (0.5-1L) a day for two weeks

Fruit & Vegetable juices – the source of health

Beet juice helps in the creation of red blood cells, improves blood structure, delays menopause in females, cures the diseases of circulatory system, digestive system, large intestine disorders, and dissolves stones in the liver, kidneys, and bladder (especially when used together with carrot juice). The proportion should be as follows: four units of carrot juice per one unit of beet juice. It can be used twice a day (one cup / 250ml at a time). Note: We should not drink freshly squeezed beet juice (store in a dark place for 2-3 hours before consumption).

Carrot juice, potato juice, cabbage juice, cucumber juice, green pepper juice, sorrel juice, clover juice, spinach juice, pumpkin juice, watermelon juice, tomato juice, grape juice, lemon juice, garlic juice  Benefits and recommendation: Read more on pages 83-94

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