Juicing for Life

Cancer Institute recommends eating 5 servings of fresh vegetable and 3 servings of fresh fruits each day. In fact, the phytochemicals in fruit and vegetables hold the keys to preventing many other modern diseases, such as heart disease, as well as debilitating conditions such as asthma, arthritis and allergies.

Juicing is the latest manifestation of a centuries-old health practice.  And in this new age of genetically modified, over-refined, chemically-laden non-foods, this “rediscovery” of juicing has never been more appropriate.

Research consistently shows that people who eat the greatest quantity of fruits and vegetables are about half as likely to develop cancer as those who eat little or no fresh fruits and vegetables.  So it’s not surprising that the United States Cancer Institute recommends eating 5 servings of fresh vegetable and 3 servings of fresh fruits each day.  In fact, the phytochemicals in fruit and vegetables hold the keys to preventing many other modern diseases, such as heart disease, as well as debilitating conditions such as asthma, arthritis and allergies.

Still, even the most disciplined person can find it difficult to eat all the fruits and vegetables every day.  So why not drink them?  Raw fresh juices, blended drinks and homemade frozen treats are an easy and tasty way to ensure that adults and children get their “daily 8.”

Note: HEMP (Cannabis) – Hemp seeds are high in protein & contain about 30% oil, which is high in essential fatty acids – Omega-3 and 6, & gamma linolenic acid (GLA).

United Patients Group recommends:

Health Conditions and Juicing

Alzheimer’s

Anxiety and Medical Cannabis

Anxiety

Arthritis

Cancer Prevention

Chrohn’s Disease/IBD

Depression

Diabetes

Fatigue

Fibromaylgia

Glaucoma and Eye Problems

Gout

HIV/Aids

Insomnia

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Menstrual Disorders

Migraines

Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

Parkinson’s Disease