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Homemade Juice Recipes for Better Health

Well, the more we talk about natural healing, the better it is for health. Why not? It;s great to find how natural therapies work on our metabolism. Alternative healing is all about getting back to the source - the point of our origin - looking for remedies and healing therapies straight from nature and natural produce.

Why choose conventional medicine when natural therapy can offer us the much-needed respite from all kinds of pain? Not only is natural therapy pain free, but it is also free from any kinds of side effects, unlike Western medicine that is linked to a plethora of adverse events.

I have created a list of some juice recipes that you can prepare at home and enjoy for a healthy living. Regular consumption may not produce any harm either.

Apple+ Carrot + Ginger juice  - Boosts health while cleansing your system

Cucumber + Orange + Ginger juice - Get fair skin, better skin texture and reduce body heat

Apple + Cucumber + Celery juice - Get rid of upset stomach, reduce risk of cholesterol and cancer, and cure headache

Tomato + Apple + Carrot  juice - Get fair skin complexion and get rid of bad breath

Bitter gourd + Apple + Milk juice - Helps avoid bad breath and reduce internal body heat.

Apple + Pineapple +  Watermelon juice  - Nourishes the kidneys and bladder, dispels excess salts from the body

Apple +  Kiwi  + Cucumber juice - Improves skin complexion and eyesight, removes dark circles

Banana + Pear juice - Regulates blood glucose content

Apple + Carrot +  Pear + Mango juice - Reduces body heat and blood pressure, counteracts toxicity, fights oxidization

Grape + Watermelon + Honeydew + Milk juice -  Boosts cell activity and immunity

Papaya + Milk + Pineapple juice - Better metabolism, skin complexion

Pineapple + Banana + Milk juice - Helps prevent constipation, provide nutrition to the body


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