Vegetable Heart

Can Juicing Prevent Heart Disease?

Consuming juices made from certain fruits and vegetables may help to prevent heart disease. Several fruits and vegetables have the ability to lower blood pressure which decreases the long-term risk of heart attack and stroke. People who are concerned about heart health may find that drinking freshly made juices containing these fruits and vegetables lowers their risk provided they consume them regularly and avoid other risk factors.

The nutrients in juice from fresh fruit and vegetables have a much greater impact in preventing heart disease if the fresh juice is consumed regularly rather than every once in a while. The juice for heart health should be part of a healthy lifestyle with a balanced diet and exercise.

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Fennel

The Benefits Of Fennel Juice

A common ingredient in Mediterranean cuisine, fennel has a mild sweet flavor. The fennel plant is a pale green or white bulb with green stalks and fine leaves similar to its cousin, dill. The leaves, stalk, bulb, and seeds are used in cooking. Fennel is added to juice and food for its flavor and the many health benefits it provides.

The fennel bulb contains a lot of vitamin C, which is a powerful antioxidant and helps to boost the immune system. The oil of fennel contains a phytonutrient called anethole. This ingredient is known to reduce inflammation and help prevent cancer. The fennel bulb is a good source of fiber, folic acid, and potassium.

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Are You Juicing With Garlic Yet?

In addition to being used for flavor, garlic can be used for its health benefits. This super food has natural anti-biotic, anti-fungal and anti-viral properties and helps to guard against infection.

It also helps to lower cholesterol and prevent cancer. Most people either consume garlic by adding it to their cooking or by taking a garlic supplement. There is other way however, which is to add it to your juice!

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