Benefits of Parsley in Juicing Recipes

Credit: Wikipedia
Credit: Wikipedia

Not only can parsley garnish a fine meal, or freshen your breath, but it can also give your body many vitamins and nutrients that your body needs to thrive!  These powerful health benefits make this green, leafy vegetable a worthy ingredient in your next juicing recipes!

So, what exactly are the health benefits of parsley in recipes for juicing?

Parsley has been found to lower your blood pressure, rejuvenate your adrenal glands, fight fatigue,  benefit your kidneys, and boost your immune system. It’s also a natural source of beta carotene (the antioxidant that helps prevent diabetes, colon cancer, heart disease, and stroke), folic acid, B12, vitamins A, C & K, magnesium, potassium, and calcium

In the old days of natural medicine, parsley was used to treat anemia because of its high iron content and it has helped ease pain associated with arthritis.
Parsley makes a great addition to any vegetable juicing recipes, especially green juices. The fresh herbal note it adds will give any recipe for juicing at home that edge that might make your friends ask if you bought the juice from a fresh pressed juicing company!!

Try Roots Juices Greenology  juice to get your parsley fix!

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Now that the health world has discovered the exceptional benefits of parsley, it’s clear why so many juicing companies are putting parsley in their vegetable juicing recipes. Next time you think about making a recipe for juicing at home, consider throwing a handful of parsley into the juicer. Your body will thank you later!

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