Role in Health Support:vitamin K (Blood Clotting, Bone Health, Other Potential Health Benefits, ). manganese (Bone Production, Skin integrity, Blood Sugar Control, Protection Against Free Radical Damage, ). vitamin E (Protection Against Free Radical Damage, Protection Against Heart Disease, ).
The best way to fight the clock is to reduce chronic stress, obtain adequate exercise, drink enough pure water and eat antioxidant rich foods to counteract free-radical damage, which can result in premature aging. It’s also important to stay away from foods and habits that increase free-radical production such as such as smoking (horrible for your skin and the rest of your body!) and consuming refined and pesticide laden-foods.
There are many antioxidants, some more active than others and some that work to recycle others. Mother Nature is amazing! They are vitamins E, C, A, Carotenes, Uric acid, glutathione, lipoic acid, Coenzyme Q10, B vitamins, selenium and sulfur, to name some of the most active.
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The above graph is an indication of the percentages for each vitamin and mineral that the recipe provides for you. The numbers are the percentage of the Recommended daily intake, 100 means that is all you require for that vitamin or mineral for 1 day. *Note above percentages are based on USDA Figures, effects of cooking and juicing will affect these figures, use as a guideline only. For slow juicing Typically 20-30 percent is lost and 80-90% of the fibre is lost.