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Benefits of Natural Juice - Why Should You Drink Carrot-Cucumber Drink

Updated on March 4, 2018

Health Benefits of Carrot and Cucumber

Health Benefits of Carrot

Carrot is said to be very high in beta carotene which is converted to vitamin A in the body. Based on findings, the antioxidant properties of Vitamin A found in carrot helps to prevent cancer, by helping to eliminate cancer causing free radicals in the body. Dryness of the skin, and damages to the hair and nails may be due to a deficiency in Vitamin A.

The daily consumption of Carrot Juice may benefit various parts of the body. Carrot juice is a natural juice and is thought to help improve vision due to the creation of vitamin A in the body. A deficiency in Vitamin A may lead to night blindness which will create a problem if you have to drive at night.

How can someone detect whether or not they have a vitamin A deficiency? One simple way of detecting this is to walk from a well-lit room to a dark or dimly-lit room and observe whether or not your eyes have any major problem adjusting to the change in light. The importance of carrot juice in regards to enhancing the vision and other, should be enough to confirm that carrot juice is indeed a healthy juice.

Health benefits of Cucumber

Cucumber is said to be useful in treating rheumatoid arthritis. It is considered a useful part of your diet because it is very low in cholesterol and low in saturated fat. Based on studies, cucumber has shown to have a cleansing effect on the bowel and also on digestive acid.

It is also found to have other health excellent benefits because it contains rich source of vitamin C, vitamin K, potassium and molybdenum. According to researchers, a compound known as Sterols has been found in the skin of cucumber. Sterols has shown to lower cholesterol in animals. Cucumber juice is not only a natural juice, it's also a healthy juice for the body.

Conclusion

Based on all the above mentioned essential health benefits that one can achieve from consuming carrot and cucumber, you should be now convinced that carrot-cucumber drink is right for you. In fact, it's not only healthy, it's also very refreshing.

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How to Make Carrot-Cucumber Drink

Ingredients:

>Carrots

>Cucumbers

>Oranges

>lemons

>Honey

Instructions:

>Use sufficient amount of carrots and cucumbers that will give you the desired amount of juice

>Wash cucumbers and Carrots thoroughly in warm water

>Scrape any dirt from carrots if needed

>Cut carrots and cucumbers in halves or leave them whole ,whichever feeds easier in juice extracter

>Use juice extracter to extract juice from carrots and cucumbers

>Add water if needed

>Add juice from lemons and oranges

> Sweetened to desire taste with honey

> Serve over ice or serve chill

Get more healthy juice recipes at http://www.mackyhealthjuice.blogspot.com


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