Updated: Oct 9, 2020
Since the beginning part of this century, researchers have investigated the effects of juice as part of the daily diet. Their studies showed that juice can provide all the basics of human nutrition, including carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, and minerals.
Juicing adds to the benefit of fruits and vegetables. Since juicing removes fiber, the important nutrients and phytochemicals found in plants are absorbed easier by our bodies, (sometimes within minutes) without much effort from our digestive system. This way, most of the nutrients are absorbed; fiber will not flush these nutrients out of the body.
How healthy is juicing? According to the United States Department of Agriculture, 3 raw carrots (216g, approximately) contain about 2g protein, 21g of carbohydrates, 60mg of iron,696mg of potassium, 60,000 International Units (IUS) of vitamin C, 30 mcg of folate, and traces of many more vitamins and minerals.
Fresh fruit and vegetable juices are also rich in enzymes. Enzymes spark the hundreds of thousands of chemical reactions that occur throughout the body. Enzymes are essential for the digestion and absorption of food, conversion of food into body tissue, and for the production of energy at the cellular
level. In fact, enzymes are essential for most of the building and rebuilding that goes on in the body everyday. When foods are cooked, enzymes can be destroyed; that is why raw foods and juices are so important to us. They provide us with an excellent source of all-important enzymes.
Nutrition researchers have concluded that these are the juices that form the core of any effective juice program: a glass of green vegetable juice, carrot juice and beet juice. Combination of these three juices are a simple way to a natural, healthy and nutritional diet. This is the "Golden Trio".
Barleygreen - Anti-aging youth enhancer
Contains a wide spectrum of vitamins, minerals, protein (amino acids), chlorophyll, pH alkaline and live enzymes such as 2''-0-GIV and P4D1, which needed by the body to help detox and strengthen our body. Research has shown that deficiency or exhaustion of the body's enzymes leads to aging and disease. Enzymes are the workforce of the body. They are directly involved in every aspect of bodily functions, just like a construction crew, enzymes builds, repairs and cleans up our body.
Beta Beet - Improve the quality of life for your heart
Science has only recently recognized the value of beet juice to human nutrition even though people have been drinking it for centuries. Beetroot is packed with calcium, iron, potassium, sodium, fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Phosphorus, magnesium, niacin, folic acid, biotin, low in fat, and high in healthy carbohydrates. Iron in beet helps to build red blood cells. Beet is also known to be very helpful for women experiencing menstruation disturbance and menopause. It has a cleansing effect on the liver, kidneys, gall bladder, and lymphatic system. The presence of betaine helps in lower blood pressure and in turn, prevents arteriosclerosis (the thickening and hardening of the walls of the arteries).
Beta Carrot - Radiant skin, good eye health, and boosts immune system
A good source of beta carotene and other carotenoids, Vitamin B, Vitamin C, mineral, calcium, and potassium. Enriched with Acerola Berries, it is a rich source of vitamin C. Beta carotene is one of about 500 similar compounds called carotenoids, which can be found in many fruits and vegetables. It is also an antioxidant that helps fight free radicals. Lutein, one of the most common antioxidants in carrots, predominantly found in yellow and orange carrots, is important for eye health. Our body is able to change beta carotene into vitamin A, which is important in strengthening our immune system and promoting healthy cell growth.