Benefits- Juices

Red Eye: Beat, Carrot, Orange, Ginger

Beet: Fiber, Vitamin B9, Potassium, Vitamin C, Iron.

Improves Blood flow, lower blood pressure, and increases exercise performance.

 

Carrot: Vitamin A, Calcium, and vitamin K. 

The fibers can help keep blood sugar levels under control. Can lower risk of diabetes and strengthen your bones.

 

Orange: Protects cells from damages, helps the body make collagen (protein that heals wounds and smoothes skin). Helps to fight anemia. Boosts immune system: Can help lower stress hormones and blood pressure.

 

Ginger: Contains gingerol which has powerful medical properties. Can treat stomach issues such as nausea. Can drastically lower blood sugars and improve heart disease risk factors. Lowers cholesterol levels. 

Hydrating Boost: Carrot, Cucumber, Celery, Apple, Ginger 

 

Carrot: Vitamin A, Calcium, and vitamin K. 

The fibers can help keep blood sugar levels under control. Can lower risk of diabetes and strengthen your bones.

 

Cucumber: Low calories and contains antioxidants. 

Promotes hydration and it may aid in weight loss. May lower blood sugar.  

 

Celery: Reduces inflammation, improves digestion, helps to lower blood pressure, lowers high cholesterol levels. Contains powerful antioxidant and anti- inflammatory compounds which help to detoxify the body. Protects against ulcers and improves liver health. 

 

Apples:  They are high in fiber and lower cholesterol. There have been studies that show a connection between apples and mental health, which also can be used to slow down mental aging. Eating apples regularly will create a 28% lesser chance of developing type 2 diabetes. 

 

Ginger: Contains gingerol which has powerful medical properties. Can treat stomach issues such as nausea. Can drastically lower blood sugars and improve heart disease risk factors. Lowers cholesterol levels. 

Cool Breeze: Celery, Cucumber, Mint, Lemon 

 

Celery: Great source of antioxidants such as vitamin C, A, and K, and more. It is very low in sodium.Celery can also be used in one's diet in order to reduce inflammation and also supports digestion because of its high water content. 

 

Cucumber: Low calories and contains antioxidants. 

Promotes hydration and it may aid in weight loss. May lower blood sugar. 

 

Mint: Is high in Nutrients and contains fiber, vitamin A, iron, while also being low in calories. May improve Irritable Bowel Syndrome and relieve indigestion or upset stomach. Studies have shown that mint have proven to increase memory while decreasing levels of anxiety, fatigue, and frustration.

 

Lemon: Support heart health and are a good source of vitamin C. Help control weight and can promote weight loss and improve digestive health. 

Prevent against Kidney Stones, Anemia, and can reduce risk of cancer.  

Fountain Of Youth: Orange, Grapefruit, Carrot, Ginger

 

Orange: Protects cells from damages, helps the body make collagen (protein that heals wounds and smoothes skin). Helps to fight anemia. Boosts immune system: Can help lower stress hormones and blood pressure.

 

Grapefruit: Low in calories, yet high in nutrients. Contains protein, fiber, vitamin C and A.

It can benefit the immune system because it contains antioxidants. Can promote appetite control, which is good for weight loss. May prevent insulin resistance and Diabetes. 

 

Carrot: Vitamin A, Calcium, and vitamin K. The fibers can help keep blood sugar levels under control. Can lower risk of diabetes and strengthen your bones.

 

Ginger: Contains gingerol which has powerful medical properties. Can treat stomach issues such as nausea. Can drastically lower blood sugars and improve heart disease risk factors. Lowers cholesterol levels.

Green Giant: Celery, Apple, Lemon, Spinach, Turmeric

 

Celery: Great source of antioxidants such as vitamin C, A, and K, and more. It is very low in sodium. Celery can also be used in one's diet in order to reduce inflammation and also supports digestion because of its high water content. 

 

Apples:  They are high in fiber and lower cholesterol. There have been studies that show a connection between apples and mental health, which also can be used to slow down mental aging. Eating apples regularly will create a 28% lesser chance of developing type 2 diabetes. 

 

Lemon: Support heart health and are a good source of vitamin C. Help control weight and can promote weight loss and improve digestive health. Prevent against Kidney Stones, Anemia, and can reduce risk of cancer.  

 

Spinach: Low calorie leafy green that is full of nutrients and can improve the immune system. Is good for hydration and a source of H20. Spinach can also curb and reduce one's appetite by reducing one's hunger hormones and leading to weight loss. 

Can help prevent osteoporosis, Iron deficiency Anemia and strengthen the immune system.

 

Turmeric: Contains bioactive compounds with powerful medical properties with strong anti-inflammatory effects and strong antioxidants. Studies have linked tumeric to improved brain function and lower risk of brain and heart diseases. Benefits against memory loss, depression and age-related diseases. 

Citrus Punch: Apple, Orange, Lemon, Ginger

 

Apples:  They are high in fiber and lower cholesterol. There have been studies that show a connection between apples and mental health, which also can be used to slow down mental aging. Eating apples regularly will create a 28% lesser chance of developing type 2 diabetes. 

 

Orange: Protects cells from damages, helps the body make collagen (protein that heals wounds and smoothes skin). Helps to fight anemia. Boosts immune system: Can help lower stress hormones and blood pressure

 

Lemon: Support heart health and are a good source of vitamin C. Help control weight and can promote weight loss and improve digestive health. Prevent against Kidney Stones, Anemia, and can reduce risk of cancer.

 

Ginger: Contains gingerol which has powerful medical properties. Can treat stomach issues such as nausea. Can drastically lower blood sugars and improve heart disease risk factors. Lowers cholesterol levels. 

 Island Getaway: Orange, Pineapple, Mango, Ginger

 

Orange: Protects cells from damages, helps the body make collagen (protein that heals wounds and smoothes skin). Helps to fight anemia. Boosts immune system: Can help lower stress hormones and blood pressure

 

Pineapple: Contains nutrients such as fiber, Vitamin C and B6, Magnesium, Potassium, and iron. Contains disease fighting antioxidants and can ease digestion. May boost immunity and suppress inflammation. 

 

Mango: High in nutrients and vitamins such as vitamin C, B6, A, E, B5, K, potassium, Dietary fiber, and more. High in antioxidants and may boost the immune system.  Supports heart, eye, skin and digestive health. 

 

Ginger: Contains gingerol which has powerful medical properties. Can treat stomach issues such as nausea. Can drastically lower blood sugars and improve heart disease risk factors. Lowers cholesterol levels. 

The Energizer: Pear, Kale, Cucumber, Celery, Lemon

 

Pear: Contains vitamins such a vitamin C, K, potassium, fiber, and low in carbs. 

Contains anti-inflammatory properties that can also promote gut health. Lowers risk of diabetes and boosts heart health. 

 

Kale: One of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet. High in vitamin A, K, C, B6, calcium, magnesium and potassium. Loaded with the best source of vitamin K in the world. Loaded with powerful antioxidants and can help lower risk of cholesterol, which may reduce risk of heart disease.  

 

Cucumber: Low calories and contains antioxidants. Promotes hydration and it may aid in weight loss. May lower blood sugar. 

 

Celery: Great source of antioxidants such as vitamin C, A, and K, and more. It is very low in sodium.Celery can also be used in one's diet in order to reduce inflammation and also supports digestion because of its high water content.

 

Lemon: Support heart health and are a good source of vitamin C. Help control weight and can promote weight loss and improve digestive health. Prevent against Kidney Stones, Anemia, and can reduce risk of cancer.

Hulk: Orange, Kale, Celery, Ginger

 

Orange: Protects cells from damages, helps the body make collagen (protein that heals wounds and smoothes skin). Helps to fight anemia. Boosts immune system: Can help lower stress hormones and blood pressure

 

Kale: One of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet. High in vitamin A, K, C, B6, calcium, magnesium and potassium. Loaded with the best source of vitamin K in the world. Loaded with powerful antioxidants and can help lower risk of cholesterol, which may reduce risk of heart disease.

 

Celery: Great source of antioxidants such as vitamin C, A, and K, and more. It is very low in sodium. Celery can also be used in one's diet in order to reduce inflammation and also supports digestion because of its high water content.

 

Ginger: Contains gingerol which has powerful medical properties. Can treat stomach issues such as nausea. Can drastically lower blood sugars and improve heart disease risk factors. Lowers cholesterol levels. 

Benefits- POWER REMEDY Juices

Grasshopper: Wheatgrass, Kale, Green Apple, Cucumber, Parsley, Spirulina 

 

Wheatgrass: Is a superfood that is packed with a high combination of nutrients that are extremely useful to one’s health such as iron, calcium, enzymes, magnesium, Vitamins A, C, E, K, and B. It can eliminate toxins, help with digestion, boost metabolism, boost immune system and lower cholesterol. 

 

Kale: One of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet. High in vitamin A, K, C, B6, calcium, magnesium and potassium. Loaded with the best source of vitamin K in the world.Loaded with powerful antioxidants and can help lower risk of cholesterol, which may reduce risk of heart disease.

 

Apples:  They are high in fiber and lower cholesterol. There have been studies that show a connection between apples and mental health, which also can be used to slow down mental aging. Eating apples regularly will create a 28% lesser chance of developing type 2 diabetes.

 

Cucumber: Low calories and contains antioxidants. Promotes hydration and it may aid in weight loss. May lower blood sugar. 

 

Parsley: Contains nutrients such as fiber, vitamin A, C, K. Low calorie with rich antioxidants.Support bone, eye and heart health. 

 

Spirulina: High in nutrients such as B1, B2, B3, and iron. Contains very powerful antioxidant and ant-inflammatory properties. Protects against “bad” cholesterol, and may reduce blood pressure. May improve muscle strength and endurance. 

Wheatgrass: Is a superfood that is packed with a high combination of nutrients that are extremely useful to one’s health such as iron, calcium, enzymes, magnesium, Vitamins A, C, E, K, and B. It can eliminate toxins, help with digestion, boost metabolism, boost immune system and lower cholesterol. 

Green Cure: Green apple, Celery, Cucumber, Ginger, Spinach, Spirulina 

 

Apples:  They are high in fiber and lower cholesterol. There have been studies that show a connection between apples and mental health, which also can be used to slow down mental aging. Eating apples regularly will create a 28% lesser chance of developing type 2 diabetes.

 

Celery: Great source of antioxidants such as vitamin C, A, and K, and more. It is very low in sodium. Celery can also be used in one's diet in order to reduce inflammation and also supports digestion because of its high water content.

 

Cucumber: Low calories and contains antioxidants. Promotes hydration and it may aid in weight loss. May lower blood sugar. 

 

Ginger: Contains gingerol which has powerful medical properties. Can treat stomach issues such as nausea. Can drastically lower blood sugars and improve heart disease risk factors. Lowers cholesterol levels. 

 

Spinach: Low calorie leafy green that is full of nutrients and can improve the immune system. Is good for hydration and a source of H20. Spinach can also curb and reduce one's appetite by reducing one's hunger hormones and leading to weight loss. 

Can help prevent osteoporosis, Iron deficiency Anemia and strengthen the immune system.

 

Spirulina: High in nutrients such as B1, B2, B3, and iron. Contains very powerful antioxidant and ant-inflammatory properties. Protects against “bad” cholesterol, and may reduce blood pressure. May improve muscle strength and endurance. 

Ironman: Carrot, Beet, Orange, Lemon, Kale, Cucumber, Parsely, Spinach, Turmeric

 

Carrot: Vitamin A, Calcium, and vitamin K. The fibers can help keep blood sugar levels under control. Can lower risk of diabetes and strengthen your bones.

 

Beet: Fiber, Vitamin B9, Potassium, Vitamin C, Iron.Improves Blood flow, lower blood pressure, and increases exercise performance.

 

Orange: Protects cells from damages, helps the body make collagen (protein that heals wounds and smoothes skin). Helps to fight anemia. Boosts immune system: Can help lower stress hormones and blood pressure

 

Lemon: Support heart health and are a good source of vitamin C. Help control weight and can promote weight loss and improve digestive health. Prevent against Kidney Stones, Anemia, and can reduce risk of cancer.

 

Kale: One of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet. High in vitamin A, K, C, B6, calcium, magnesium and potassium. Loaded with the best source of vitamin K in the world. Loaded with powerful antioxidants and can help lower risk of cholesterol, which may reduce risk of heart disease.

 

Cucumber: Low calories and contains antioxidants. Promotes hydration and it may aid in weight loss. May lower blood sugar. 

 

Spirulina: High in nutrients such as B1, B2, B3, and iron. Contains very powerful antioxidant and ant-inflammatory properties. Protects against “bad” cholesterol, and may reduce blood pressure. May improve muscle strength and endurance. 

 

Spinach: Low calorie leafy green that is full of nutrients and can improve the immune system. Is good for hydration and a source of H20. Spinach can also curb and reduce one's appetite by reducing one's hunger hormones and leading to weight loss. 

 

Turmeric: Contains bioactive compounds with powerful medical properties with strong anti-inflammatory effects and strong antioxidants. Studies have linked tumeric to improved brain function and lower risk of brain and heart diseases. 

Benefits against memory loss, depression and age-related diseases.

Fat Burner: Pineapple, Cucumber, Ginger, Spinach, Lemon

 

Pineapple: Contains nutrients such as fiber, Vitamin C and B6, Magnesium, Potassium, and iron. Contains disease fighting antioxidants and can ease digestion. 

May boost immunity and suppress inflammation.

 

Cucumber: Low calories and contains antioxidants. 

Promotes hydration and it may aid in weight loss. May lower blood sugar.

 

Ginger: Contains gingerol which has powerful medical properties. Can treat stomach issues such as nausea.Can drastically lower blood sugars and improve heart disease risk factors. Lowers cholesterol levels. 

 

Spinach: Low calorie leafy green that is full of nutrients and can improve the immune system. Is good for hydration and a source of H20. Spinach can also curb and reduce one's appetite by reducing one's hunger hormones and leading to weight loss. 

 

Lemon: Support heart health and are a good source of vitamin C. Help control weight and can promote weight loss and improve digestive health. 

Prevent against Kidney Stones, Anemia, and can reduce risk of cancer.

Detox Bust: Cucumber, Apple, Celery, Parsley, Lemon, Ginger

 

Cucumber: Low calories and contains antioxidants. 

Promotes hydration and it may aid in weight loss. May lower blood sugar.

 

Apples:  They are high in fiber and lower cholesterol. There have been studies that show a connection between apples and mental health, which also can be used to slow down mental aging. Eating apples regularly will create a 28% lesser chance of developing type 2 diabetes.

 

Celery: Great source of antioxidants such as vitamin C, A, and K, and more. It is very low in sodium.Celery can also be used in one's diet in order to reduce inflammation and also supports digestion because of its high water content.

 

Parsley: Contains nutrients such as fiber, vitamin A, C, K. Low calorie with rich antioxidants. Support bone, eye and heart health.

 

Lemon: Support heart health and are a good source of vitamin C. Help control weight and can promote weight loss and improve digestive health. Prevent against Kidney Stones, Anemia, and can reduce risk of cancer.

 

Ginger: Contains gingerol which has powerful medical properties. Can treat stomach issues such as nausea. Can drastically lower blood sugars and improve heart disease risk factors. Lowers cholesterol levels. 

Blood Pressure: Carrot, Parsley, Celery, Ginger, Garlic

 

Carrot: Vitamin A, Calcium, and vitamin K. The fibers can help keep blood sugar levels under control. Can lower risk of diabetes and strengthen your bones.

 

Parsley: Contains nutrients such as fiber, vitamin A, C, K. Low calorie with rich antioxidants. Support bone, eye and heart health.

 

Celery: Great source of antioxidants such as vitamin C, A, and K, and more. It is very low in sodium. Celery can also be used in one's diet in order to reduce inflammation and also supports digestion because of its high water content.

 

Ginger: Contains gingerol which has powerful medical properties. Can treat stomach issues such as nausea. Can drastically lower blood sugars and improve heart disease risk factors. Lowers cholesterol levels. 

 

Garlic: Contains compounds with potent medical properties. Highly nutritious containing Vitamin B6, C, fiber, while remaining low calorie. Garlic can combat sickness, including the common cold. Can reduce blood pressure, improve cholesterol levels, memory and even athletic performance. 

Hulk: Orange, Kale, Celery, Ginger

 

Orange: Protects cells from damages, helps the body make collagen (protein that heals wounds and smoothes skin). Helps to fight anemia. Boosts immune system: Can help lower stress hormones and blood pressure

 

Kale: One of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet. High in vitamin A, K, C, B6, calcium, magnesium and potassium. Loaded with the best source of vitamin K in the world. Loaded with powerful antioxidants and can help lower risk of cholesterol, which may reduce risk of heart disease.

 

Celery: Great source of antioxidants such as vitamin C, A, and K, and more. It is very low in sodium. Celery can also be used in one's diet in order to reduce inflammation and also supports digestion because of its high water content.

 

Ginger: Contains gingerol which has powerful medical properties. Can treat stomach issues such as nausea. Can drastically lower blood sugars and improve heart disease risk factors. Lowers cholesterol levels. 

Rise N’ Shine: Apple, Celery, Cucumber, Mint, Aloe Vera, Spinach, Kale

 

Apples:  They are high in fiber and lower cholesterol. There have been studies that show a connection between apples and mental health, which also can be used to slow down mental aging. Eating apples regularly will create a 28% lesser chance of developing type 2 diabetes.

 

Celery: Great source of antioxidants such as vitamin C, A, and K, and more. It is very low in sodium. Celery can also be used in one's diet in order to reduce inflammation and also supports digestion because of its high water content.

 

Mint: Is high in Nutrients and contains fiber, vitamin A, iron, while also being low in calories. May improve Irritable Bowel Syndrome and relieve indigestion or upset stomach. Studies have shown that mint have proven to increase memory while decreasing levels of anxiety, fatigue, and frustration.

 

Aloe Vera: Contains antioxidant and antibacterial properties, helps heal wounds and treat skin problems. Reduces dental plaque, treats skin sores, reduces constipation and lower blood sugar levels. 

 

Spinach: Low calorie leafy green that is full of nutrients and can improve the immune system. Is good for hydration and a source of H20. Spinach can also curb and reduce one's appetite by reducing one's hunger hormones and leading to weight loss. 

 

Kale: One of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet. High in vitamin A, K, C, B6, calcium, magnesium and potassium. Loaded with the best source of vitamin K in the world. Loaded with powerful antioxidants and can help lower risk of cholesterol, which may reduce risk of heart disease.

Antioxidant: Raspberries, Strawberries, Cucumber, Celery, Garlic, Parsley, Aloe vera

 

Raspberries: Contains lots of nutrients such as vitamin C, K, E, B, Iron and more. They are low in sugar and rich in anti- aging antioxidants. Can be consumed to prevent diabetes and sharpen brain memory. 

 

Strawberries: High in antioxidants such as vitamin C, which also leads to immunity boost. Maintains healthy vision and helps improve skin and reduce wrinkles. 

Lowers cholesterol and reduces joint inflammation. Regulates Blood pressure. 

 

Cucumber: Low calories and contains antioxidants. 

Promotes hydration and it may aid in weight loss. May lower blood sugar.

 

Celery: Great source of antioxidants such as vitamin C, A, and K, and more. It is very low in sodium. Celery can also be used in one's diet in order to reduce inflammation and also supports digestion because of its high water content.

 

Garlic: Contains compounds with potent medical properties. Highly nutritious containing Vitamin B6, C, fiber, while remaining low calorie. Garlic can combat sickness, including the common cold. Can reduce blood pressure, improve cholesterol levels, memory and even athletic performance. 

 

Parsley: Contains nutrients such as fiber, vitamin A, C, K. Low calorie with rich antioxidants.Support bone, eye and heart health.


Aloe Vera: Contains antioxidant and antibacterial properties, helps heal wounds and treat skin problems. Reduces dental plaque, treats skin sores, reduces constipation and lower blood sugar levels.