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• The nutrients are easily absorbed and assimilated.
• They are great when the digestion is compromised and in the colder months ginger can be added for warmth and circulation. A little warm water can also be added.
• They have high antioxidants and phytochemicals which are protective against cellular damage to the gut and the rest of the body.
• They are easy to prepare.
• Green juices are high in chlorophyll which enhances haemoglobin production and is good for your red blood cells. This causes more oxygen saturation in your tissues which is also beneficial; particularly wheatgrass and barley grass.
• Red, purple and blue juices (like cherries, blueberries and raspberries) are high in anthocyanins and bioflavonoids which actively decrease inflammation in the gut and other tissues in your body.

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