Featured Vegetable: Red Cabbage
Probiotics are essential in helping gut flora thrive, which in turn keep your digestive health performing at its best. Juicing the right vegetables is a great way to boost your immune system with probiotics, and several other nutrients and minerals.
As some of you know some of the best sources of natural probiotics come from foods like: Kefir, organic yogurts (from pastured organic milk), fermented vegetables, kombucha, and of course supplementing with a top notch probiotic. However, if you’re looking to balance your intestinal flora, heal peptic ulcers, reverse acid reflux, and give your system a boost of amazing natural minerals and vitamins this Probiotic -Ulcer Healing and Mineral Boost Juice should definitely be added to your list of top healing juices.
Red Cabbage Benefits in This Juice
The anti peptic ulcer Factor and vitamins in red cabbage prevent the development of drug-induced peptic ulcers.
Patients with duodenal ulcers were healed within 10 days or so while the average time reported of 62 patients treated with Orthodox therapies was 37 days. The same goes for patients with gastric ulcers with about seven and a half days compare with 42 days reported by in the literature.
I like to add the juice of a lemon right before drinking my vegetable juice to preserve its enzymes (some juices blades still heat up veggies and fruits). Additionally, I add a dash or two of Himalayan salt to add some more minerals to this healthy equation.
In the video below you will learn about the amazing benefits of Himalayan salt. Replace table salt and swap it as soon as you find celtic sal, sea salt, or Himalayan salt which already contain up to 52 different minerals including, Iodine, magnesium, selenium, iodine (naturally occurring) and many more.
Benefits of Himalayan Salt
Vitamins and minerals are perfectly packaged in fruits and vegetables, because this salt was formed naturally the minerals within the sodium work in synergy.
(Synergy is the interaction of multiple elements in a system to produce an effect different from or greater than the sum of their individual effects.)
Iodine – Natural salts are rich in iodine, so it doesn’t need to be artificially added in.
Less sodium consumed per serving – Himalayan salt is made of the same components as table salt but since the crystal structure is larger than refined salt, and by volume- this salt therefore has LESS sodium per 1/4 t. serving- because the sea salt crystals or flakes take up less room on a teaspoon than highly refined tiny table salt grains.
Packs a hearty 80+ minerals and elements – Himalayan salts are mineral packed crystals which formed naturally within the earth made up of 85.62% sodium chloride and 14.38% other trace minerals including: sulphate, magnesium, calcium, potassium, bicarbonate, bromide, borate, strontium, and fluoride (in descending order of quantity).
Because of these minerals Himalayan pink salt can:
- Create an electrolyte balance
- Increases hydration
- Regulate water content both inside and outside of cells
- Balance pH (alkaline/acidity) and help to reduce acid reflux
- Prevent muscle cramping
- Aid in proper metabolism functioning
- Strengthen bones
- Lower blood pressure
- Help the intestines absorb nutrients
- Prevent goiters
- Improve circulation
- Dissolve and eliminate sediment to remove toxins
It is even said to support libido, reduce the signs of aging, and detoxify the body from heavy metals.
Read the full article and original source here.
You may also be interested in this article I about the benefits of himalayan salt, and further discuss the benefits of owning a himalayan salt lamp.
In the video below Dr. Mercola explains the benefits of adding Himalayan salt to your diet vs table salt or no salt at all.
There you have it. Also, you can add fruits add some natural sweetness to it.
Have you ever juice red cabbage before?
How did you feel afterwards and did you like the taste? I’d love to hear your thoughts.
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To your best health,