One of the most essential and overlooked parts of human health is the beneficial bacteria living throughout our body. Apples specifically help improve the functioning of the bacteria
living inside of our large intestine, and early studies show that apples change the metabolism within the digestive tract, and change the balance of bacteria, which leads to improved health by maximizing nutrient uptake and eliminating harmful bacteria and toxins.
An apple won’t replace your toothbrush, but biting and chewing an apple stimulates the production of saliva in your mouth, reducing tooth decay by lowering the levels of bacteria.
Fushes out toxins. The water content in cucumber acts as a virtual broom, sweeping waste products out of your system. With regular use, cucumber is known to dissolve kidney stones.
Celery can combat cancer: Two studies
at the University of Illinois show that a powerful flavonoid in celery, called luteolin, inhibits the growth of cancer cells, especially in the pancreas. Another study
suggests that the regular intake of celery could significantly delay the formation of breast cancer cells.
Celery reduces “bad” cholesterol: There is a component in celery called butylphthalide. It gives the vegetable its flavor and scent. Guess what: this component also reduces bad cholesterol! A Chicago University research shows that just two stalks of celery a day can reduce bad cholesterol (LDL) by up to 7 points!
An active compound called phthalides in celery can boost circulatory health and can reduces high blood pressure.
Lemon is really great for lowering your bodies acidy levels. Keeping your bodies PH balanced, is an important step in having a healthy body.
Ginger is known to be highly effective against nausea. It has a long history of use as a seasickness remedy.
Ginger can also relieve nausea and vomiting after surgery, and in cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. Ginger is very effective when it comes to pregnancy-related nausea, such as morning sickness