The abundant vitamin C in oranges creates a synergy with the B-carotene and vitamin A in carrots, allowing increased absorption.
- 2 medium-sized oranges
- 4 medium-sized carrots
- 1 apple
- Peel orange, and slice into appropriate sizes.
- Wash carrots thoroughly. Remove the seeds from the apple, and slice all ingredients into 2-inch pieces.
- Put lever on "close." Add orange, carrot, and apple to the juicer while alternating the order.
- Once two-thirds of the ingredients have been extracted, switch lever to "half-open" position. Allow pulp to be expelled from the chamber.
Carrot is the vegetable that is most rich in carotene, which is where its name derived from. The carotene allows carrots to have its orange color, while helping to prevent heart-related diseases and cancers. Carotene is also converted into vitamin A inside the body, protecting and improving our vision. The lutein and zeaxanthin in carrots also protect the eyes and cataracts, helping to prevent nyctalopia (night blindness).
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.