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December 31, 2012
All kids and adult people know so well that the healthiest foods is… apple. Why? Simply because an apple a day keeps doctors away. For centuries apples have been considered unique and amazing natural remedies for endless number of ailments and health problems. Apples provide us with plenty of nutrients and vitamins essential for our health. Being very rich sources of dietary fiber, apples can support our digestive health and prevent most of possible digestive disorders, including irritable bowl syndrome and many others. Being very low in calories, apples can help us reduce weight and lower all obesity related risks. According to the experts from the American Association for Cancer Research, apples can assist us in preventing liver, colon, and other types of cancer since these fruits contain good amounts of flavonol, a natural antioxidant substance. Finally, apples can aid in cholesterol lowering and assist greatly in preventing cardiovascular diseases, reduce the risk of muscle athropy, and so on.
Undoubtedly, consuming these amazing fruits is beneficial for all of us, and enjoying health benefits of apples is a unique opportunity to living a healthier and happier life. However, nowadays more and more experts are talking about miraculous properties of carrots, and the famous recommendation has turned into “One carrot a day keeps doctors away.” Numerous studies have shown that carrots have plenty of therapeutic properties and very high nutritional values, which for many people can even surpass the effects of organic apple consumption. Health benefits of carrot juice and carrots are derived from exceptionally rich nutritional content of these root vegetables. Known mainly as the best natural source of vitamin A essential for our good vision, carrot can play a role of a natural deposit of numerous other vitamins, including biotin, thiamin, vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin E and vitamin D, as well as a great number of minerals like magnesium, calcium, potassium, sodium, phosphorus and some trace minerals.
Many specialists recommend all people adding at least 1 carrot to our daily diet as a way to maximize the benefits and harvest the most of healing effects of this natural remedy. “Carrot is good for stomach and gastrointestinal health, which also solves a variety of digestive problems. Carrot is useful in different cases like stomach disorder, peptic ulcers, gastritis, diarrhea, celiac disease etc,” Dr Mian Iftikhar, a known British nutritionist said. Dr S. H. Ali Johar, one of the leading specialists in family medicine in Edicenters International Clubs, underlines that using 100-150 g of fresh organic carrots on a daily basis can be a unique and very effective solution to prevent such serious and very common diseases as obesity, kidney inflammation, colitis, painful urination, Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia like brain disorders, common gallbladder and liver problems, sleep disorders, gum disease, blood poisoning, and many more.
This list looks pretty long, but there are many more of other miraculous properties and health benefits of carrots and carrot juice. The juice can be consumed regularly to improve our skin quality, as well as added to the external natural treatments we use to support our nail and hair health. Breastfeeding women can ask for a recommendation of their health care specialist and consider taking small doses of carrot juice as it can assist in enhancing milk quality. Carrot juice is considered on of the best and the most nutritious thirst quenchers. Those of us who want to take the most advantage from both carrots and apples can make carrot apple juice the most favorite fresh drink in the coming year! You can also check out easy carrot salad recipes and easy carrot soup recipes, as well as find plenty of interesting and useful information about this amazing natural superfood in Guide2harbalremedies.com
We wish you a prosperous New Year 2013!
Author Info: Hi! My name is Carla and I am a 5th year medical student at HYMS. I am interested in alternative medicine and I have done months researching the topic of herbal medicine. Besides, I like interviewing people and learning more about their experiences with one or another type of herbal treatments. I am willing to contribute to this site with my knowledge, and I would be happy to help you out to the best of my ability with any specific questions or problems related to alternative medicine.