Recent research has shown that several veggies are particularly rich in disease-fighting nutrients. Here they are!
A top source of nitrates, which are great for blood pressure and athletic performance! For a delicious beet juice recipes click here.
Packed with vitamin K which is linked to lowering your risk of type 2 diabetes. Here's my favorite juice recipe with beet greens!
Baby versions of radishes, cabbage, kale and broccoli are higher in nutrients such as vitamins C and E than their mature counterparts!
This peppery green is particularly rich in vitamins A, C and K.
Both varieties – rainbow and white - are great sources of lutein and zeaxanthin, antioxidants that are great for your eyes.
Packed with huge amounts of vitamins K and C, folate, and beta-carotene. It's hard to find juice recipes with greens that taste good! Here's one with collards!
Rich in the B vitamin known as folate, research shows that this nutrient is great at keeping your heart healthy.
Rich in vitamins C, A and K, and the mineral manganese, studies show that just 1.5 cups a day will greatly lower the risk of type 2 diabetes. Here a delicious spinach juice recipe.
The kale fad is now switching to baby kale. It tastes much better and is just as rich in beta-carotene and vitamin C and K.
Fresh or frozen, a cup of peas is a whopping 6 grams of fiber which is great for digestion, helps lower cholesterol and is every dieter’s dream because it makes you feel full and thus eat less.
Red Bell Pepper
Just 1 pepper gives you B vitamins, beta carotene and more than twice the daily requirement of vitamin C. And it’s not even a veggie – it’s really a fruit!
Here is the top superfood as the richest source of all the known natural chemicals proven to lower the risk of cancer! Here's my favorite broccoli juice recipe - it actually tastes great!