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Credit: © tanchess / Fotolia

Blood-building beet and spinach juice

This blood-building beet and spinach juice. is packed with natural ingredients that can help rebuild the blood and prevent conditions like anemia.

Human blood is made up of red blood cells (hemoglobin), white blood cells and platelets.

When the blood doesn’t contain enough hemoglobin, it is not able to deliver oxygen throughout the entire body properly. This is known as anemia.

The foods that you eat can help reverse anemia and prevent it.

Let’s take a look at the rest of the ingredients in this blood-building beet and spinach juice.

Beets:
Beets are great for the blood. They are packed with nitrates, which help open up blood vessels to allow more oxygen to pass through. Nitrates also help lower blood pressure.

Cucumbers:
They are high in folic acid, which is part of the B-vitamin family, and is essential to red blood cell regulation.

Spinach:
It is one of the most nutritionally-dense foods in the world, including vitamins like vitamin A, C, E and K, other other nutrients like potassium and magnesium.

Directions:

Process the following ingredients in a juicer: 

1 beet
1 cup of spinach
1 celery stalk
1 inch ginger
1 cucumber
1 apple

Make sure ingredients are organic
Enjoy this blood-building beet and spinach juice!

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