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What To Juice For Better Looking Skin

The Top 5 Veggies For Healthy Skin Revealed

Regular juicing is no doubt one of the most powerful ways to improve overall health and well being.  But often people wonder exactly which juices to use specifically for certain purposes.  Here is an excellent summary of which fruits and vegetables to use in your juicing in order to improve skin health.    Enjoy!

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By Sheree Clark
…..So which juices can benefit you? The truth is, if you’re replacing your soft drinks, coffee or alcohol with juice, then just about any fresh homemade juice is a trade up. Here are a few of my personal favorites, and why I give them the thumbs up.


Drinking a glass of water spiked generously with lemon (or lime) juice in the morning is a popular way to detoxify the body and cleanse from the inside out. Packed with vitamin C, tart citrus juice aids in building up collagen in skin, which is essential for maintaining youthfulness.Cucumber


The antioxidants in apple juice slow down premature aging and the formation of wrinkles so your skin remains soft and supple. Be sure you make your own apple juice; the store-bought kind has been pasteurized, which destroys some nutrients. Packaged juice may also contain added sugar.


Beets are one of the most effective liver cleansing vegetables available, and the root vegetable’s juice is even thought to help regenerate damaged liver cells. Beet juice provides anti-inflammatory benefits and stimulates the intestines. For some people, beet juice is an acquired taste: try it mixed with other juices such as carrot, orange, and apple.


Carrots will not only improve your vision, but will make your skin look better too! Carrots are an excellent source of vitamin A, which assists the liver in flushing out the toxins from the body. Plus, carrots are inexpensive and available year-round.


Ginger contains antioxidant compounds said to protect against aging. Ginger reduces inflammation and will help reduce redness or puffiness of the face. Use ginger juice as a condiment in your other juice blends or put it in hot water to make a stomach-soothing tea.


Wheatgrass juice is another great liver cleanser. Start with one ounce and work up to 3–4 ounces daily. Consume wheatgrass juice immediately after extracting it. Wheatgrass juice is also available in powdered and frozen forms, but fresh is best.

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