This potent anti-cancer juice recipe consists of freshly squeezed juice from pomegranate, red cabbage and blueberry. Their antioxidant rich compounds and anti-inflammatory properties make one of the best cancer killer juice that you can combine with other healing strategies.
Cancer Fighting Red Juice
Since the cabbage juice has a natural healing effect for our gut lining, the red cabbage in particular is even more rich in nutrients due to its pigmented color, and makes a perfect ingredient when making an anti-inflammatory juice. The pungent taste of red cabbage is pleasantly offset by the sweet and sour pomegranate and blueberry flavor, yielding a beautiful red and magenta hued drink.
This fresh juice is a great way to add more servings of cancer-fighting phytochemicals and vitamins in your diet. The ingredients in this state are easily absorbed by the body and is especially beneficial for people that have digestive issues and poor assimilation.
To make this cancer killer juice you need just 3 ingredients:
- Red cabbage
How To Make The Juice
To extract the juice you either use a juicer or a blender. I found the taste more pleasant when using a juicer since the pomegranate seeds (arils) tend to exert a bitter flavor when crushed. But both work well.
It also important to use a berry” friendly” juicer, especially wen you opt for a slow masticating juicer. Blueberries have a soft pulp and the juice extraction is not optimal with a cheaper one. Most of the juice goes out with the pulp.
Alternatively you can squeeze the blueberries by hand with a cheese cloth and add it later to the pomegranate and cabbage juice.
Once made enjoy this anti-cancer juice right away in order to prevent the nutrient loss.
The taste itself is not bad, it’s actually pretty delicious. The only thing is you might want to cover your nose while drinking it, the cabbage smell is pretty intense.
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How Is This Red Anti-Cancer Juice Working
Pomegranate Effects Against Cancer
Pomegranate has been shown to possess many medicinal properties such as being antioxidant and anti-inflammatory which help deter cancer formation and progression.
Pomegranate has also been shown to boost the effectiveness of certain chemotherapy drugs while protecting against their harmful side effects.
The Role of Red Cabbage And Blueberry
Is already known that cruciferous vegetables are rich in bioactive compounds including sulfur-containing substances which demonstrated a cancer preventive role. But what sets red cabbage apart from other sulfur-containing compounds is the presence of anthocyanins – that have a strong anti-oxidant activity.
Anthocyanins (present in red cabbage and blueberry) have exhibited multiple anti-carcinogenic effects and pro-apoptotic effects (programmed cancer cell death). Moreover vivo studies have shown that dietary anthocyanins can inhibit cancers of the gastrointestinal tract and inhibit metastasis.
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Note: If you’re taking any medications, talk to your doctor before drinking this juice. Statin, medications used to lower cholesterols may interact with pomegranate juice.
Cancer Killer Juice: Pomegranate, Red Cabbage And Blueberry
- 2 large pomegranates - de-seeded
- 1/4 medium red cabbage - (or purple cabbage)
- 1.5 cup blueberries - or other berries
- Prepare and wash the ingredients. De-seed the pomegranate as shown in the video.
- Cut the cabbage into smaller chunks in order to fit in the juicer's feeding tube. If you decide to skip the blueberries, you can use a cheap masticating juicer that will do it's job just great.
- Run all ingredients through your juicer and enjoy the juice right away.
What You Need
- It’s important to use a berry” friendly” juicer, especially wen you opt for a slow masticating juicer. Blueberries have a soft pulp and the juice extraction is not optimal with a cheaper one. Most of the juice goes out with the pulp.
- Alternatively you can squeeze the blueberries by hand with a cheese cloth and add it later to the pomegranate and cabbage juice.
- If you don’t have a juicer, you can use a blender and then squeeze out the juice with a nut milk bag. The taste will be slightly bitter though, due to crushed pomegranate seeds.
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