Juicing for Pregnancy

Juicing for Pregnancy

In order to avoid mineral deficiency in your unborn child it is essential you follow natures path. Avoid uncontrolled habits such as smoking, drinking alcoholic and “soft drink” beverages like soda and commercial juices (sugar water). Avoid pasteurized cows milk. Avoid eating excessive quantities of concentrated starch, grain and sugar foods.
Raw vegetables and fruits, which are live organic foods, supplemented with the right amount of daily fresh raw vegetable juices have resulted in vibrant, healthy children as well as mothers. Just give it a try for yourself and see the results.

1. Carrot juice

Is the richest source of vitamin A that the body quickly assimilates. It also contains ample supply of Vitamins B, C, D, E, G and K. It can help promote appetite and also aid in digestion.

It is a valuable aid in the improvement and maintenance of the bone structure of the teeth.

Nursing mothers should also drink carrot juice to enhance the quality of their milk.

It protects the nervous system and is known for increasing vigor and vitality.

During the last months of pregnancy, raw carrot juice taken in sufficient quantities can reduce the possibility of puerperal sepsis at childbirth.

Carrot juice is very rich in the vital organic alkaline elements sodium and potassium.

It also contains a good supply of calcium, magnesium, and iron.

Carrot juice molecule is exactly analogous to that of the blood molecule.

Drink 16 oz 1-3 times a day. Or more if you wish!


2. Carrot Beet and Cucumber Juice:

Combined 10 oz carrot juice with 3 oz beet juice and 3 oz cucumber juice.


3. Carrot, Celery, Parsley and Spinach Juice:

Combined 7 oz Carrot, 4 oz celery, 2 oz parsley and 3 oz spinach.


4. Carrot and spinach juice:

Combined 10 oz carrot with 6 oz spinach


5. Carrot, Dandelion and turnip juice:

Combined 11 oz carrot 3 oz dandelion and 2 oz turnip


6. Carrot, Beet, Lettuce and Turnip:

Combined 7 oz carrot 3 oz beet 4 oz lettuce and 2 oz turnip


7. Carrot, Lettuce and Alfalfa:

Combined 9 oz carrot 4 oz lettuce and 3 oz alfalfa
Here’s to a happy and healthy pregnancy!

*As always make sure to talk with your doctor before any diet or medicinal changes.