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Beets are similar in color to our blood. They are rich in nitrates, potassium, magnesium, vitamin A, vitamin B and vitamin C. Beets are known to: 

  • cleanse the body by purifying the blood
  • lower blood pressure
  • increase blood flow to the brain (increase perfusion) by opening up blood vessels
  • contain anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties


Carrots are an excellent source of vitamin A in the form of Beta Carotene. Our bodies convert Beta Carotene into vitamin A. Carrots are known to:

  • be powerful antioxidants
  • regulate blood sugar, due to the Carotenoids
  • improve eye health
  • promote healthy skin


Celery is rich in vitamin K, potassium, and many phytonutrients (antioxidants). Celery is known to:

  • lower blood pressure
  • contain antioxidants, which help to prevent cell and organ damage
  • supply the body with 'organic' sodium, a great source of electrolytes
  • reduce inflammation


Cucumbers are high in vitamin K, and composed of 95% water. Cucumbers are known to:

  • rehydrate and replenish 
  • promote joint health through the presence of silica


Dandelion greens, are high in vitamin A, vitamin K and potassium. Dandelion greens are known to:

  • possess antioxidant properties
  • aid in regulating blood sugar levels
  • detoxify the kidneys


Kale is a super-food, rich in iron, vitamin K, vitamin C, vitamin A, calcium, and antioxidants. Kale is known to:

  • reduce inflammation
  • detoxify the liver
  • promote eye health


Parsley is a green powerhouse herb. It is rich in vitamin K, vitamin C and chlorophyll. Parsley is known to:

  • benefit heart health
  • reduce inflammation
  • contain antioxidants, which help to prevent cell and organ damage
  • boost immune system 


Romaine is a leafy green packed with vitamin K, vitamin A and folate. Romaine is known to:

  • promote vision health
  • benefit the heart and arteries


Spinach has long been known for its protein content, but vitamin K, vitamin A, manganese, folate, and iron are also abundant in this leafy green. Spinach is known to:

  • act as an anti-inflammatory agent due to the phytonutrients
  • contain antioxidants, in particular flavonoids and carotenoids
  • promote healthy bones