The vitamin U component in cabbage helps to protect the stomach lining, as well as prevent gastric ulcers and gastritis, while the B-carotene in the carrot helps to promote healthy eyes. The beet is rich in iron, which increases the absorption rate of vitamin C from the lemon; a good way to prevent anemia.
- Gut Health
- 1/2 cabbage
- 1 lemon
- 2 medium-sized beets
- 4 medium-sized carrots
- Wash carrot and cut into appropriate sizes.
- The beet should be washed, and then peeled before cutting.
- Wash lemon with baking soda, and prepare by cutting with the peel intact.
- Wash cabbage thoroughly and cut into appropriate sizes.
- Put lever on "close." Alternate the order of ingredient insertion.
The vitamin U, which is very rich in cabbage, is potent enough to help repair the stomach and duodenal mucosa/lining. This is why drinking cabbage juice is ideal if one has stomach or duodenal ulcer symptoms. Also rich in vitamin C, it helps to prevent colds and relieve stress and fatigue. As a plus, the dietary fiber content promotes digestion while helping skin feel healthy, while vitamin K helps to prevent osteoporosis.
Note: Food and beverages (including juice) are not regarded as medicine or medical supplies, so they do not have a direct effect in treating diseases. Instead of consuming single nutrient or food continuously, it is recommended to incorporate a variety of nutrients and foods in your diet. This product does not guarantee a medical treatment effect.