Health begins in the stomach!!!
This statement is very often used in the nutritionist’s community today and for a good reason. Human intestines contain ten times more bacteria than all cells in the human body. These bacteria contribute to healthy gastrointestinal function, protect us from infections, regulates metabolism, and sums up over 75% of the entire immune system.
Fresh fruits and vegetables (and drinks from them) feed on bacteria in the intestines. Creates an environment where these -and us, as a consequence-thrive.
This delicious juice has exactly this role-soothes and heals the stomach, due to its digestive benefits ingredients:
Pineapple contains some amount of bromelain. The spine includes a group of pineapple enzymes useful in the digestion of protein, providing all the benefits of bromelain and help digestion.
Stimulates the secretion of digestive juices and helps food to pass more quickly through the body. Fibers from pears stick of toxins, making it easier to remove them from the colon. They also have a role in adjusting the seat, prevent water retention, and reduces bloating.
Contain two of the essential elements for healthy digestion: water and fiber. This combination is beneficial for removing toxins from the body and the digestive system and improving digestion. Ginger helps digestion and increases saliva and other liquids, gastrointestinal symptoms, and gastroduodenal indigestion flatulence and bloating.
Peppermint has digestive properties, calming indigestion, and inflammations of the stomach.
The smell of mint stimulates the salivary glands and those that secrete digestive enzymes, thereby facilitating digestion.
- Digestive juice
- Ingredients for one serving
- 1 Pineapple (including spine)
- 3 Pears
- 1 Cucumber
- 1 Piece of ginger
- Some mint leaves
pass all parts through a fruit juicer and drink the juice.