Beetroot Juice for Stronger Immunity!
Beetroot is a folk and natural remedy whose healing effect has been known for 2000 years. It originated in the Mediterranean, where it was used to treat many diseases. Beetroot is a natural antianemic, antibacterial, antioxidant, antisclerotic, detoxifier, diuretic and remineralizer. In our area, it is usually prepared as a winter salad and salad, and it is often used to make a delicious and very healthy drink. Beetroot juice is best made from raw beets, because after 15 minutes of heat treatment, most of the minerals and vitamins that this plant is rich in are lost. The leaves and green parts of the plant can also be used, which also contain vitamins. Although the whole plant is edible, only its root is medicinal and, if properly stored, it can survive from autumn to next summer.
Beetroot juice for stronger immunity!
Beetroot juice and health
In beet juice you can find significant amounts of minerals such as calcium, magnesium, sodium, phosphorus, copper, iodine, sulfur… In addition, it is rich in vitamins B1, B2 and C, as well as B12, which is rare in plants.
The red color comes from the red-blue pigment anthocyanin, which helps in purifying the blood. It is also popularly known that beetroot juice has an excellent effect on the treatment of anemia due to iron and antioxidants. As well as large amounts of vitamin B12, which is mainly found in foods of animal origin and algae.
Scientists have also determined that beets can have a beneficial effect on strengthening bones and teeth, and can also be a cure in case of demineralization. It also makes it a natural ally in the fight against skin diseases and aging. It has a beneficial effect on skin elasticity, strengthening and stimulating hair growth, and can also help with persistent psoriasis. Beetroot juice is perfect for health and blood pressure regulation, lowers cholesterol, keeps blood vessels in good condition, but also helps liver regeneration and helps its work.
Beetroot juice is believed to cure some chronic diseases, because it contains oxalic acid, which breaks down the accumulated calcium in the body, which is considered to be the main cause of chronic diseases. It is good for treating: arthritis, heart disease, kidney stones, varicose veins, eye diseases, arteriosclerosis.
However, perhaps the most important thing is that the positive effect that beet juice has on cancer cells has been confirmed. The most famous is the study of the Hungarian doctor Alexander Ferenc at the Department of Internal Medicine in Hungary in the 1950s. He included raw beetroot therapy for a patient who had a lung tumor, and after 6 weeks, the tumor disappeared and the patient began to gain weight. There is no exact explanation for why it is good in the fight against cancer, because it has not been confirmed that plants with the same amount of iron have an identical effect. However, Dr. Ferenci believes that we can find traces of ribidium and cesium in beets, which play a key role in the treatment of tumors.
Beetroot juice recipe
Beetroot juice is best made from fresh, unprocessed plant roots, but the leaves and green parts of the plant can also be used as a supplement. Beetroot juice is best obtained by squeezing the roots in a juicer or blender, but due to the specific taste, foods are often added to soften the taste. Also, it is best to drink freshly prepared juice that day and make a new drink every day.
For a delicious beet juice recipe is:
1 root of larger beets
A piece of ginger
Clean the beets, then squeeze them in a blender or juicer with ginger root. Add peeled and peeled apples and mix everything together. Drain through a strainer or gauze. This beet juice can be drunk with a little ice, and as it is rich in fiber, it can also regulate appetite. The juice has antiviral and antibacterial effects, so it is great for boosting immunity!
Beetroot, apple, and carrot juice
Austrian Rudolf Breus used beet, apple and carrot juice in his forty-two-day treatment of cancer patients. The program cured about 45,000 people suffering from cancer or other incurable diseases, and the drink was declared a “miracle drink”.
You should not bother with too much food. The only thing that is important is that the same amount of apples, beets, and carrots (for example, three) should be blended and filtered and stored in a glass bottle in the refrigerator. It is best to drink the juice in the morning and have breakfast at least half an hour after drinking. It is best to drink slowly and keep it short in your mouth. For long-lasting effects, you should drink the juice for at least a month, and at most three months.
Recipe for beet, carrot, and lemon juice
This juice is most often used to strengthen the immunity, especially in the transition periods when the organism is most vulnerable.
The juice requires:
5 or 6 carrots
500 g of honey
About 1.5 liters of water
Grate the cleaned beets with carrots and pour water, then add the juice of 2 lemons. Leave to stand for 24 hours, then strain through gauze. Add the remaining lemon juice and honey to the juice, and stir until completely melted. It is best to drink one cup of juice a day in the morning, on an empty stomach.
Recipe for beetroot syrup
Beetroot syrup requires:
700 g of cleaned beets
1 kg of sugar
20 g of lemon juice
1 vanilla sugar
1 liter of water
Grate the beets and pour water, then cook until the water boils and then for another 15 minutes. Then put to cool and strain through as thick gauze as possible. Then add vanilla sugar and sugar and cook until the sugar melts, then remove from the heat, add lemon juice and mix. From this amount of food and water, about 1.5 liters of syrup is obtained, which needs to be poured into hot and sterilized glass bottles, and when cooled, store in a cool and dark place.
Beetroot juice for babies
Beetroot juice can be drunk by children, and it is most recommended in the prevention or treatment of anemia. Parents are often advised to get involved in order to strengthen the immunity of children, either as a prevention in the winter or in the transition periods. The juice can also be drunk during pregnancy, when it has a beneficial effect on both the mother and the fetus. It has a significant role in the development of the nervous system of the fetus, but it also contains manganese, the lack of which can lead to changes in the bones, changes in metabolism, growth, and development of the fetus. It has not been confirmed that it can harm babies, but it is advised to always consult a pediatrician before giving the juice. On the other hand, babies should never be given concentrated juice.
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