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Red Juices

Red foods may include fruits and vegetables such as pomegranates, strawberries, cherries, watermelon, raspberries apples; vegetables such as red pepper, red onion, tomatoes, and red cabbage.

The micronutrients found in red fruits and vegetables are lycopene, ellagic acid, quercetin, hesperidin, fiber, vitamin A and Vitamin C.

Red juices are made of antioxidants such as lycopene and anthocyanins. They are helpful in fighting heart disease and prostate cancer, decrease the risk of stroke and macular degeneration. Antioxidants fight the free radicals or toxins in the body.


General benefits of red juices

  • Reduce the risk of prostate cancer

  • Protect the body from prostate, cervical and lung cancer

  • Reduce tumor growth

  • Protect the body from harmful free radicals

  • Protect against heart disease and keep the heart healthy because of Potassium that keeps the

  • Blood pressure balanced.

  • Lowers Blood pressure

  • Lowers the bad cholesterol

  • Supports joint tissue

  • Keep gastrointestinal health

  • Increases immune system. Healthy skin, hair and nails because of Vitamin A and C.

  • Good heart health because of electrolytes present such as potassium, magnesium and sodium. Beets particularly have sodium and potassium that is needed for hydration, and regulated blood pressure

Other conditions that are beneficial with red juices

  • Can be effective in heart health

  • Can be effective in Joint health

  • Can be effective in Anti-cancer

  • Can be effective in skin health

  • Can be effective in Eye health

Examples of red juices

  • Tomatoes: Good source of lycopene that is connected to prostate cancer protection and breast cancer. Good source of Vitamin C and Potassium-making the heart healthy.
  • Raspberries: High in fiber; help lowers the bad cholesterol
  • Watermelon : great source of lycopene
  • Pink Grapefruit: High levels of antioxidants such as Vitamin C. Good source of Pectin that also lowers cholesterol
  • Beets: rich in folate, lycopene, and anthocyanins



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