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Health Benefits Of Red Juice
Store bought juice: Is typically loaded w/sugar and not good for you. Juicing is good in that you can drink the contents of a lot of fruits at once. The downside is that you loose the skin of the fruit, which contains a lot of nutrients. Whole natural fruits and vegetables are best. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Pineapple juice: Http://www. Livestrong. Com/article/159381-health-benefits-of-pineapple-juice/Get a more detailed answer ›
Hi, if I cannot eat fruits like apple and watermelon, will juicing them (in a blender) reduces the health benefits? Thanks
Fruit Sugar: There are no health benefits for these common fruits. Their calories are 100% sugars. What benefits do you think you will be missing if you juice them? ...Read more
How do I find out how much cranberry juice do you have to drink a day to get the health benefits?
Not known: Various studies involved different amounts to cranberry juice. Probably a glass a day will provided desired benefits. Many people find it too pungent & prefer cocktail. Regular c juice cocktail contains far too many calories so diet or zero calorie cocktail juic should be considered. ...Read more
Soothing or calming: The hot water will help to keep you hydrated, and that's probably the only health benefit. ...Read more
I'm taking Aloe Vera berry juice for the health benefits such as lowering sugar levels. Prediabetic. Is flavored aloe juice just as good as plain?
I have been reading lately on the health benefits of drinking hot water with fresh lemon juice. I have gerd, will the lemon do me more harm than good?
May actually help!: Many people find that drinking lemon juice actually helps GERD! However, any benefits are temporary and purely symptomatic (like the drugs that are commonly used). For an excellent and thorough discussion of how to cure GERD by addressing the underlying causes please see http://chriskresser. Com/what-everybody-ought-to-know-but-doesnt-about-heartburn-gerd ...Read more
I read of many health benefits taking water with lemon juice and a spoon of apple cider vinegar before meal. But is this bad for bones (osteoporosis)?
No those items are not bad for your bones.
You are still young to have osteoporosis. If you have it, are you being treated for osteoporosis? I don't see any osteoporosis meds on your medication list! ...Read more
Red sea salt:
Many alternative health practitioners believe that Celtic sea salt, Himalayan sea salt and Hawaiian sea salt all contain natural trace minerals that help balance electrolytes.
Red salt from Kauai is infused with alaea, a type of Hawaiian clay. The clay tints the salt red because it contains iron oxide, which serves as an added nutrient.
Sea salt naturally contains magnesium and potassium, ...Read more
None: Red onions are a milder onion which can be used for cooking and serving in things like salads even when raw without being so strong as white and yellow onions. ...Read more
Red onions: Http://www. Healwithfood. Org/health-benefits/eating-red-onions. PhpGet a more detailed answer ›
Has antioxidants: There is evidence that those who have about 1 drink of alcohol a day have better health than those who don't drink at all or who drink larger amounts, with lower risk of heart disease, cancer & alzheimer's. Red wine may be the healthiest choice because it contains proanthocyanidans, which are antioxidant flavonoids. See http://www. Huffingtonpost. Com/2011/10/19/red-wine-health_n_1018934.Html. ...Read more
Alcohol is a poison and never did anybody any good, ever.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex. ...Read more
Well.............: Health benefits of alcohol intake include wine, beer and liquor (not including what you mix it in). Red wine is not significantly better. Studies show that people who drink 1-2 standard size beverages a day have better cardiovascular outcomes than those who do not. One standard beverage is 12 oz beer, 5 oz wine, or 1.5 oz liquor. Any day with more than 2 is not as good, so more is not better. ...Read more
Why would would it show alert on my blood pressure result of 123/63. This is part of testing for our health benefits. I know 120/80 is normal and the concern is with the bottom number. But why would they have a red alert by 123/63?
Arrhythmia?: Don't know as this is a normal bp. ...Read more
Drink 8 ounces (1.5 glasses) of red wine daily for health benefits per medical studies. Can the long-term effects of this cause fatty liver?
Perhaps: Depends on individual and other factors. 8 ounces daily is somewhat "generous" re: health benefits of wine. ...Read more
I have 1-2 glasses of red wine & 2 Tbsp's of extra virgin olive oil per day, both FOR HEALTH BENEFITS. Am I at risk of developing fatty liver?
It depends how long: Have you been taking alcoholic beverages. It is risky. ...Read more
No effect: The nutrients in carrot juice will be digested in your GI tract, and dispersed in your blood stream. They have no known effect on eye redness. If the redness persists but the vision is OK then see an ophthalmologist soon to discover the cause. If the vision is down, then seen the ophthalmologist immediately. ...Read more
Hi I have natural Rosie cheeks I heard lemon juice can bleach the colour of my skin and get rid of the redness. ..I'm willing to try anything?
Not Likely: The citric acid in lemon juice is not going to bleach your skin. If your cheeks are Rosie it is something you where born with and you should not be ashamed of them. You should embrace this as who you are. If other people can not look past your natural self, then it is their loss and not yours. You are fine the way you are :) ...Read more
Can peeling an orange, getting juice on hands, cause itching and burning? No redness on skin or visible rash.
Dry skin: Your hands must be dry and small cracks can burn and sting upon contact with acidic juice. Moisturize your hands. ...Read more
Yes: If it came from red beets.Get a more detailed answer ›
I accidentally drank red jello juice day before procedure. Did I taint II for colonoscopy procedure?
Yes possibly: Notify your doctor and discuss rescheduling. Let the gastroenterologist make the call on whether the results will be affected. It is important not to line the colon with red stain because it can be misleading. ...Read more
Probably not: Red foods including peppers, tomatoes, strawberries, beets may discolor stool. Most red sodas, jello have artificial colors, get metabolized and/or out through kidneys, not colon. Red stool often from blood (even if painless) in rectum, lower colon; maroon stool often from blood higher up in colon. Any doubt- see doc. ...Read more
Where’s the beef? :): The fact is that red meat negatively affects your colon, if consumed a large amounts on a regular basis. I think moderation is the key to most things in life and red meat is not exception. ...Read more
Put cucumber slice on my eyes but juice got into my eyes and my are very red and painful now help, ?
I started 1 week drinking a juice 1 red beet, 1 apple, 2 carrots. Juice I making every night and drinking morning. Is ok to drink every day. Hubby diabet?
I've been drinking a lot of v8 juice lately. Could doing this cause me to see little red specks in my stool?
Could be: You're right that v8 contains lots of veggies -- including tomatoes and beets that could show up in your stool if not fully digested. The spicy-flavored one could go more quickly through you and come out on the other end with undigested parts. You could get a hemoccult card from your doctor & check your stool sample for blood to make sure it's not that. ...Read more
Hello. I used lemon juice on my face this morning, I now realize that was a mistake, and I developed dark red marks where is was concentrated. Will this go away naturally? It doesn't hurt, it's just embarrassing.
Mild irritation: Lemon juice, whether from a fresh lemon or purchased lemon juice, is a mildly acidic irritatant. There is no claim that it will help your skin look better, so it is best to not use it. If there is irritation, wash your face with warm water and dove soap, and apply over the counter hydrocortisone cream 1% several times a day. Avoid sun and further irritation. ...Read more