How to Make Your Carrot Juice with Red Onion
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YOU MUST Drink Carrot Juice Daily with Red Onion.
Just made my carrot juice. This is a 1000ml jar, so you can get the correct ideal. In the juice I have 8 carrots, 2 cucumbers, 1/2 Granny Smith Apple, large handful of Romaine lettuce, a few stalks of celery, 1/2 lime and 1 small red onion (required).
I juiced it all and put it in a jar and stored it in the freezer for around an hour to get ice cold. It is easier to drink this way. You can use any veggies you like and beets and broccoli are wonderful. You can also have fennel, cauliflower, sweet peppers or basically any veggie you have available. Iceberg lettuce has no value whatsoever.
A Note About Carrots
A special note about carrots is in order. Like virtually all vegetables, there are hundreds, if not thousands, of phytonutrients (i.e. nutrients in plants not otherwise classified) in carrots that have not yet been identified or tested for cancer-fighting abilities. It may be that we do not yet know the best cancer-fighting nutrient in carrots, but based on many testimonials and some books, carrots may be the best cancer-fighting vegetable of all.
- “In a review of 206 human studies, carrots consistently emerged as one of the top cancer-fighting foods. The power of carrots lies in the group of pigments called carotenoids (beta-carotene is among this group), which give them their orange color.”Source For Quote No Longer Exists
Closer to home, I have seen a clear pattern in the people I have interviewed, and testimonials that I have read, that carrot juice was the core element of their raw food diet. While the day may come that some other vegetable, such as beetroots (i.e. red beets), may be shown to be even better, until that day comes it would be advisable to make sure that carrots are the core of your vegetable juice.