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Ingredient Spotlight


Celery
Celery is one of the most alkalizing vegetables. Celery is also known to prevent water retention as it is high in the minerals that are responsible for regulating fluid balance. This superfood assists the body in digestion, lowers LDL (bad) cholesterol & even assists in lowering blood pressure.


Cucumber
Cucumber juice contains a lot of potassium and magnesium that work effectively to help regulate blood pressure while also promoting flexibility in the muscles. Cucumber also aids in kidney, liver and pancreatic function. This hydrating vegetable is also known to enhance elasticity and rejuvenate the cells of the skin to improve complexion.


Kale
Kale is an extremely valuable source of absorbable Calcium, Vitamin C and Vitamin A. Most importantly, kale is packed with Chlorophyll, which increases oxygen circulation throughout the bloodstream.


Spinach
Spinach is an amazing food to incorporate into cleansing because it is high protein. Nonetheless, this vegetable has an abundance of vitamins including Vitamin A, Vitamin C & Vitamin K - one serving of spinach will even give you over 100% of your daily recommended value of each.


Parsley
Parsley is a phenomenal herb that is known for its medical healing properties and heavy metal detoxification properties. Parsley contains very high amounts of Vitamin C and helps cleanse and maintain the elasticity of the blood vessels allowing it to be helpful in detoxifying the liver, kidneys and urinary tract.


Ginger
Ginger has been known as a natural healer in Chinese medicine for thousands of years because of its natural antibiotic effect on the body. Ginger is packed with Copper, Magnesium, Potassium and Vitamin B-6, which are known to help improve immunity. Ginger is most well-known for its digestive healing properties including toning of the intestinal muscles, improving bile flow and aiding digestion of fats.


Carrots
Carrots are famous for their beta-carotene content, a substance that is converted into Vitamin A in the liver. Vitamin A is needed by the retina of the eye to function; it also protects the eye from macular degeneration and the development of senile cataracts.


Beets
Beets are the crucial component in our red juices as they are rich in sources of Vitamin B-6, Choline, Iron, Sodium, Potassium and natural sugars. As powerful blood cleansers, beets are known to be a strong kidney and liver detoxifier.


Green Apple
Green apples are rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. These include Vitamins A, B-1, B-2, B-6, C, Biotin, Folic acid, Malic acid, Pantothenic acid, Chlorine, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorous, Silicon, Sodium and Sulfur.


Lime
Lime contains a vast amount of Vitamin C and is often suggested as an ideal remedy for a cough or cold. Lime is also known to increase the body's resistance to disease, as it aids the healing of wounds and prevents damage to the eyes.


Pineapple
Pineapple is one of the sweetest fruits available, yet it is still healthier than many. Though packed with many essential vitamins and minerals, the enzyme Bromelain is its strongest asset. Bromelain assists the digestive enzyme in breaking down proteins and cleanses the blood by removing debris from the body. Pineapples also contain anti-inflammatory properties that specialize in alleviating joint pain.


Watermelon
Just like its name suggests, watermelon is one of the most hydrating fruits available. The red pigment of watermelon showcases its high Lycopene, antioxidant that has been found to be helpful in reducing the risk of prostate, breast and endometrial cancers, as well as lung and colon cancer. Watermelon is also a very good source of Potassium which assists in regulating fluid in the body as well as helps maintain muscle and nerve function.


Honeydew
Honeydew is the perfectly light, refreshing fruit that is low in calories and fat making it a nutritionally beneficial choice for health conscious people everywhere. High in Vitamin C and Potassium, honeydew is known to help lower blood-pressure and improve skin imperfections. High in Copper, honeydew is known to help aid in skin cell regeneration and even collagen development.


Lemon

Lemon has been known to relieve digestion problems including nausea, heartburn, and parasites. It is also a rich source Vitamin C, Vitamin B, Riboflavin and minerals like Calcium, Phosphorus and Magnesium. Lemon has even been known to reduce fever, cure respiratory issues and act as a blood purifier.


Agave Nectars

A natural sweetener similar to honey and derived from the agave plant, agave nectar is an ideal alternative to sugar that offers health benefits from weight-loss to wound healing. With a low glycemic rating and Calcium, agave nectar improves calcium absorption for bone density and overall health. Agave has even been used to help boost the immune system and assist in increasing energy levels.


Cayenne Pepper

A member of the chili pepper family, cayenne is not only used to add zest to our juices, it's a powerhouse of nutritional benefits. Because it is high in Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Vitamin B6 and Vitamin E; cayenne pepper is used to fight inflammation, relieve pain, clear congestion and boost immunity.


Romaine
Romaine is one of the most common green veggies around, but don't let it's mild, buttery flavor fool you. Romaine includes iron, calcium, manganese, chromium and is high in Vitamins A, K, C & E. It's also low in calories and has fiber which will help you feel fuller longer. This particular lettuce will kick start your body into weight-loss mode!


Chlorella
Chlorella is a simple algae plant that is known as the ultimate superfood with health benefits ranging from rejuvenation to detoxification. Chlorella is high in protein, nutrients and is packed with essential fatty acids, chlorophyll, antioxidants and minerals. Chlorella encourages the growth of healthy new cells in the body and the repair of cells and tissue, which is why it’s capable of boosting the immune system, fighting off free radicals, and delivering anti-aging benefits.