know drinking vegetable juice every day sounds gross. But hear me out before you make up your mind. First of all, you can definitely make vegetable juice taste good. But it’s the amazing health benefits that will sway your decision almost instantly! Today we’re talking about the amazing impact vegetable juice has on your body. It’s good for your skin, heart and weight loss, but also a lot more. Let’s get into it.
You will have gorgeous skin Flawless skin is something most of us wish for.
You know what can get you there quicker? Vegetable juice. Eating vegetables has more benefits than you can imagine. Blending them together is like a magic potion. If you’re suffering from acne and pimples and haven’t been able to find the solution, the remedy is right inside your refrigerator. Drinking bright-colored veggies is great for your skin, as it has the best antioxidants and a generous amount of vitamin C. And vitamin C is considered the holy grail your skin needsto thrive! There’s only a few ingredients you need. Mix pumpkins, sweet potatoes, and carrots into the juice and see your skin heal. What even better is that you start your day with a glass of green leafy vegetable juice. Spinach and celery juice make the top of the list when it comes to giving you beautiful skin. Add a dash of lime juice and honey if you don’t really dig the original taste! Speaking of healthy skin, do you have a bedtime skin routine? How do you take care of your natural appearance? Share your tried and tested tips with the Bestie community in the comments below.
A younger heart.
I get it. Drinking fruit juices sounds better. They also have the right vitamins for you. The problem is that fruit comes with loads of sugar. Fruit juices can certainly mess with your weight loss goals due to the sugar presentin them. But vegetable juices are a different story altogether! Vegetables do not have as much sugar, plus you get lots of natural fibers to keep your bowels healthy and clear. Vegetables do much more than that. Eating vegetables like Kale can directly impact the functioning of your heart. It has been clinically proven that drinking Kale juice reduces your risk of developingheart diseases. It helps reduce bad cholesterol in your blood. And for those who go ‘Ewww’ at the sight of veggies, imagine the wonderful effects they have on your body. Kale juice doesn’t even taste bad. This nutritious veggie has a mild flavor and goes well with other fruits and veggies. So if you’re not sure about it, mix it with other fruits.
No more worries about premature aging.
We’re all aging and there’s nothing we can do about it. But like wine, we can get better as we age. That is if we make an effort to do so. If you’re worried about premature aging due to your lifestyle, work, or stress, there is definitely something you can do to prevent it. And that includes drinking lots of vegetable juice! Wondering which veggies to look up for anti-aging benefits? You are in for a surprise. Not only does veggie juice give you wrinkle-free skin, it’s also delicious! Believe me! Carrots are more than healthy munches. They have an interesting nutrition profile that makes them wonderful for your antiagingdiet. They are low in calories and rich in Vitamin A, potassium, and biotin. Carrots are also high in important antioxidants like alpha and beta-carotene, which are renowned for fighting free radicals that damage your skin. It is these free radicles that cause premature aging, giving you early wrinkles and age spots. Nutrients found in carrots are especially helpful in reducing the harmful effects ofpollution, sun exposure, and stress on your skin. These elements also reduce the risk of certain types of cancer. Here’s another great drink. Add beetroots and ginger to these carrots. You can squeeze a little lemon and mint juice, as well as add a pinch of black salt. It tastes wonderful. Try it for yourself and thank me later.
Regulates blood pressure.
Shredded beetroot salad with cucumber tastesgreat. You can eat it raw thanks to the sweet taste. You can also add it to curries which is even tastier. But it’s the beetroot juice that takes the cake for nutrition. Practically every drop is jam-packed. Beetroot juice doubles up as a rich source of manganese, potassium and folate. It is also high in nitrates and regulates blood pressure really well. The dietary nitrate in beetroot juice relaxes and dilates your blood vessels. In fact, experts even say one glass of beetroot juice a day significantly reduces blood pressure. And you thought it’s only your blood pressure that will experience the goodness of beetroot? Nope! You can drink the juice to improve your athletic and mental performance. Here’s a tip. Not many people realize that the green on top of beetroots can also be juiced. Not only that, it also tastes delicious.
Lowers risk of diabetes and inflammation.
Don’t roll your eyes yet! When it comes to juicing, cabbage might not be your first choice. But it isn’t as bad as you think. Especially when you analyze its effects on your health. Cabbages are classified as a cruciferous vegetable and are closely associated with other vegetables like broccoli, cauliflower and brussels sprouts. And all of them are great for your health. Cabbage juice is rich in vitamins K and C, which help reduce inflammation in your body. This green juice offers generous amounts of folate, Vitamin B6 and Manganese. All of these nutrients are very important for lowering the risk of diabetes, heart inflammation and other types of illness. Before we move ahead, here is a video you might like. Magnesium is a very important nutrient your body needs. Unfortunately, we ignore this. Watch this video to learn more about the 7 signs of magnesium deficiency.
Promotes nutrient absorption.
Nutrient absorption is a really long process. It starts right from when you chew food, breaking down into micronutrients that are absorbed by your body. Later the nutrient absorption takes place in your intestine. But if you don’t chew your food properly, this process is stalled. As a result, it hurts your body’s natural ability to heal from the daily wear and tear. Vegetable juices ensure that your body gets easy access to all these important nutrients. From here, your body will absorb them, creating a much healthier body.
Keeps the body hydrated.
Worried about keeping yourself hydrated in the summertime? It doesn’t help that your appetite gets suppressed by hot weather. You tend to eat less, while also losing water in the form of sweat. This can result in dehydration. You have to stop it right there. If drinking plain water is too boring for you, there’s another easy way to stay hydrated. Make yourself a mixed vegetable juice and get the right nutrients along with a healthy dose of water. In fact, vegetable juices are better than fruit juices for hydration. Staying hydrated is important. Otherwise, you will find it difficult to concentrate. This causes brain fog. You can also mistake thirst for hunger resulting in binge eating or cravings for sweets. Whether it’s a single cup or several, just make sure you drink them every single day.
Great for weight loss.
Are you on a diet? Are you thinking of better options than a salad? Get your mixer and throw in a generous amount of cucumber, beetroot, and carrots! In a matter of seconds, your magic weight loss drink will be ready. Juices prepared from these vegetables are not just delicious, but also work towardsburning the extra fat on your body. Cucumber juice for instance is a refreshing beverage that acts as a natural diuretic and removes toxins from the body. Veggie juices also make you feel less hungry. It’s highly recommended you drink a glass full of your favorite vegetable juice right before meals. But if the title for the best veggie juice for weight loss was given to only one food, it has to be celery! Celery juice decreases your caloric intake, reduces cellulite and puffiness. It also prevents constipation and reduces the risk of calcification in the body.
Promotes hair growth and reduces hair loss.
Everybody wants thick hair. Right? I know I do. What if I told you that you can flaunt gorgeous locks by drinking veggie juices daily. Vegetable juice made from beetroots, carrots, spinach and onions is sure to revitalize your hair and promote hair growth. Green leafy vegetables like cauliflower and peppers also promote hair growth and reduce loss. Blend them all up in the juicer, and your healthy hair potion is ready! Do you drink vegetable juices? Are you planning to include them in your daily diet after watching this video? Let us know in the comments below.