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March 10, 2022

Robin Frey

Apple Carrot Juice

Apple-carrot juice may sound so simple, but don’t let this easy-to-make combination fool you.

Not only does it taste great, but this carrot and apple blend is loaded with immune boosting and cancer-fighting properties.

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Apple-carrot juice is one of the three juice recipes on the Gerson Therapy diet, formulated to fight cancer and other ailments.

To learn more about the Gerson Therapy, read our article here:  Gerson Therapy Juice Recipes

Carrot Apple Juice Benefits

Immune Boosting

Apples contain quercetin, which helps boost the immune system and reduce inflammation.1 Carrots are rich in beta-carotene and studies have shown that beta-carotene enhances immune functions in the human body.2

Anti-Cancer

Epidemiological studies have linked the consumption of apples with reduced risk of some cancers, as well as the prevention of cancer cell proliferation.1 Several studies have indicated that consuming carrots plays an important role protecting the body against the development of different types of cancers.3

How To Make This Juice Recipe

Gerson has a few guidelines for making and drinking this juice on the therapy program:

  • All produce MUST be organic
  • If you are missing a recipe ingredient, do not substitute, just omit it
  • Use a “two-stage” or “two-step” juicer that grinds, then presses
  • Consume juice as soon as it’s made, do not store it
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More About Gerson Therapy Juice Recipes

References

  1. Boyer, J., & Liu, R. H. (2004). Apple phytochemicals and their health benefits. Nutrition journal3, 5. https://doi.org/10.1186/1475-2891-3-5
  2. Watzl, B., Bub, A., Briviba, K., & Rechkemmer, G. (2003). Supplementation of a low-carotenoid diet with tomato or carrot juice modulates immune functions in healthy men. Annals of nutrition & metabolism47(6), 255–261. https://doi.org/10.1159/000072397
  3. Deding, U., Baatrup, G., Christensen, L. P., & Kobaek-Larsen, M. (2020). Carrot Intake and Risk of Colorectal Cancer: A Prospective Cohort Study of 57,053 Danes. Nutrients12(2), 332. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu12020332

The information shared in this post is a combination of my personal experience, research, and knowledge as a certified holistic health coach, and is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or to be considered a substitute for professional medical advice.

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Sandy Gomez

CAREGIVER , helping others with diabetes. Thank you for your informative resources .

Sep 5, 2022
Garnet Wright

I'm always intrigued with Goodnature, thanks again for sharing those tips

Mar 16, 2022
Abigail Annan

I love it and am interested in juicing business

Mar 10, 2022
Robin Frey

That's great Abigail! Someone from our team will reach out to see if you have any questions we can help with. 😄

Mar 10, 2022
Gabriel Ukpong

Nice taste

Mar 10, 2022