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The No.1 Healthy Juice
February 20, 2013

The No.1 Healthy Juice

The healthiest juice you can drink is fresh, raw carrot juice. Look at any book or website on juicing and you'll see carrot included in more recipes than any other vegetable.

There is a place for fruit juices such as lemon and lime, like when you have a cough or a sore throat, but most of the time you'll benefit far more from VEGETABLE juices.

Carrot juice can be taken on its own or blended with a wide range of other vegetables, depending on your preference or ailment.

Fresh, raw carrot juice can help stop problems with digestion, bowels, skin, blood, eyes, weight, energy, pain and more.

I've been drinking daily a couple of glasses of carrot juice (on its own and with other vegetables) for long enough to vouch for the benefits.

If you've got health problems and you're not drinking fresh, raw vegetable juices (particularly carrot juice) you're missing out on a simple, powerful, common sense way to heal yourself.

I can help with any general questions about juicing however there are many specialty websites and books on juicing that can offer you more detailed information.

All the best,


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About the Author

Matthew Scott is a professionally trained Chinese medicine practitioner from Australia. In 2000, after ten years in private practice, Matthew went to China to further his studies for a few months. He’s been there ever since, immersed in the culture, raising a family and showing people worldwide the Chinese way of health.


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