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Juices – a rich source of vitamins

Drinking juices is a very effective method of purifying and alkalizing the body. Juices should be drunk very slowly and their temperature should be neither too cold nor to warm. We can make them by comining various ingredients. Contemporary kitchen equipement enables fast preparation of fresh juice, which we should incorporate into our daily menu for good. Moreover, juices make our diet tasty and more easily assimilated.

Below you’ll find a few examples of healing juices:

  • Peach juice. Indications for use are: heart rhythm disorders, constipation anemia and stomach diseases involving lowered acidity. It’s advisable to drink ¼ glass before meals. Contraindications include: overweight, allergy and diabetes.
  • Grape juice. Besides being extremely rich in vitamins, micro- and macro-elements, this juice is diuretic, expectorant, laxative, antibacterial, diaphoretic, and decreases cholesterol leves. For healing purposes the juice should be taken three times a day. However, people with diabetes, overweight, gastrointestinal ulcers, or digestive dysfuncions resulting in frequent diarrhoeas shouldn’t drink this juice at all or drink in small quantities.

  • Pomegranate juice. Builds up your strength, revitalises the body and regulates digestion. It’s also a biogenic  stimulant used in the treatment of pancreas. It’s recommended for anaemia and after operations. You may drink ¼ glass three times a day. Always remember to dilute it with water in order to protect stomach mucous membrane and enamel on teeth., Drinking large quantities of the juice may trigger constipations.
  • Grapefruit juice. It stimulates metabolism, digestion, regulates liver functions, decreases blood pressure, aids in the treatment of atherosclerosis and prevents varicose veins.

  • Rasberry juice. This juice is recommended for anaemia, atherosclerosis, hyper-tenstion and kidney diseases.