The 12 Best Things We Give You in Our Cold-Pressed Juices

Juicing is such a great way to improve your overall health.  Consuming fruits and vegetables in any form is beneficial, but juicing provides an easy way to get them into your daily diet. Juicing also makes it very easy for your body to absorb all of those vitamins and minerals.

There are many health benefits associated with particular juicing ingredients. Ideally you want a wide variety of fruits and vegetables to make sure you’re really giving your body everything it needs to stay healthy and prevent disease. Herbs and spices are also very beneficial to your health and will add a new dimension to the flavor.

Karma Juice offers a wide variety of organic. cold-pressed juices.  From Gratitude to Love, and Passion to Destiny, it’s a great way to start your day. You’ll not only benefit from the wide variety of juicing ingredients but you will improve your health and feel better.

Here are the juicing ingredients we use on a regular basis with some of their health benefits.

Kale is a low-calorie vegetable that provides vitamins and antioxidants. Lutein is an antioxidant in kale that supports eye health.  Kale is rich in vitamin K which is necessary for blood clotting. Vitamins A and C are present in kale. As an excellent source of potassium, kale is good for muscle and heart health.

Spinach is a good source of vitamin A, vitamin K, and potassium. Juicing spinach can add iron to the diet. Iron is essential for the oxygenation of the blood and cell growth. Manganese is a mineral in spinach that supports bone health and maintains healthy blood sugar levels.  Adding spinach to juice recipes provides calcium and folate. Calcium helps prevent bone degeneration. Folate is especially important for pregnant women since it reduces the risk of birth defects.

Garlic supports heart health. It slows the development of atherosclerosis, hardening of the arteries. Garlic improves the immune system which may help reduce the risk of the common cold and cancer.  Garlic in the diet, such as in juice provides protection against certain cancers while garlic supplements do not.

Pineapples contain vitamin C, potassium, and B vitamins. Bromelain is an enzyme contained in pineapple that can aid digestion and also has anti-inflammatory properties.  Bromelain can also speed up the healing of bruises and help to reduce swelling.

Green Apples contain B Vitamins, Vitamin A, C, and E.  An excellent cleanser of the intestinal tract; encourages bowel regularity and digestion.
Biotin and folic acid help promote beautiful skin and hair. A good source for magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, zinc.

Ginger can improve the body’s ability to absorb nutrients. Adding ginger to juice recipes can reduce nausea and stomach distress.  Ginger may also help reduce the risk of colon cancer.

Lemons are rich in vitamin C and antioxidants. Vitamin C supports the immune system. Beta carotene in lemons supports eye health and helps protect bones from osteoporosis.  Juicing lemons with the rind can provide a phytochemical known as limonene. This phytochemical can reduce the risk of cancer. However, lemon rind contains oxalates which can pose a problem for people with gout or kidney disease. It’s also not advisable to juice lemon rind unless you’re using organic lemons.

Celery produces a calming effect and helps to regulate the nervous system.  Good for restlessness and sleeping problems.  Ancient Greeks used celery for disorders of the liver and gall bladder, constipation, menstrual problems and kidney stones.  Helps curb appetite for those on diets.  Incredibly alkalizing, it does well balancing the body’s pH.

Cucumber encourages healthy skin, hair and nails.  Known to treat rheumatic conditions and its diuretic properties are beyond compare.  Manganese is a mineral in cucumber that supports bone health and maintains healthy blood sugar levels.

Cayenne pepper benefits are numerous.  One of the major benefits is the positive effect it has on the digestive system.  It can calm upset stomach, eliminate gas, cure diarrhea and is a natural remedy for cramps. It’s also used for conditions of the heart and blood vessels – improving poor circulation, reverse excessive blood clotting, lower high cholesterol and prevent heart disease.

Parsley boasts more vitamin C than any other common vegetable and said to have some of the highest antioxidant properties .  Settles the stomach and stimulates appetite.  Parsley is a powerful stimulant and should not be consumed before bedtime.

Romaine is a good source of vitamin A and C and contains many minerals such as calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, and potassium. It has been shown to suppress coughing as well as relieve symptoms of upper respiratory infections, asthma and bronchitis.  Promotes strong, healthy bones.

By | 2016-11-09T23:48:27+00:00 June 16th, 2016|Health and Renewal|0 Comments

About the Author:

Anthony is an investor, writer, lifestyle entrepreneur and a high performance coach. He developed a passion for health and nutrition in his corporate career after years of managing an extensive travel schedule and his own food sensitivities. When he isn’t writing for Karma Juice or his own lifestyle blog, you can find him climbing around the Rocky Mountains with his camera or enjoying an afternoon with his EC signature strat. Learn more at

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