The carrot and mango in transformation are a high potency source of vitamin A, which is important for growth and development, the immune system and good vision. The lemon and apple are excellent sources of vitamin C, which is important for the skin, bones, and connective tissue.
Pack of ten (10) Transformation juices made of nutrient-rich super fruits, vegetables and functional botanicals in 100% recyclable 12 fluid ounce stand-up spouted pouches. Each natural juice beverage is made with delicious Carrots, Apples, Pineapples, Cucumbers, Lemons, Alphonso Mangoes, Ginger, and Organic Turmeric.
Mangos have an impressive vitamin content that assures overall health and play a prominent role in eliminating problems such as indigestion and excess acidity. They are rich in potassium (4% in 156 mg) and magnesium (2% in 9 mg). They also contain selenium, calcium, iron, and phosphorus. They are said to be vitamin powerhouses as they are rich in riboflavin, vitamin B6, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K, niacin, folate, thiamin, and pantothenic acid. These components help prevent a host of diseases that can come from deficiencies of these vitamins and minerals.
Apple juice is packed with antioxidant rich vitamins – A, C, E, K, B1, B2, B6 and Folate, so it is an excellent source of natural energy. Its vitamin C aids in the production of collagen and iron absorption. Collagen is the protein that makes our skin supple and firm and low iron levels can cause skin to look pale and dull. If you want to keep your complexion rosy and bright, make sure you’re getting your daily dose of vitamin C.
Lemons are rich in citric acid, which helps enzymes function better, stimulates the liver and aids in detoxification. Although counter intuitive, the nutrients and minerals in citric acid are alkaline in nature as they stimulate the formation of calcium carbonate that neutralizes other strong acids in the body. For this reason, experts say lemons can help change the pH balance of the blood. Because Lemons are rich in vitamin C, they are known to fight colds by boosting your immune system, as well as revive dull skin and keep it healthy.
A relative of ginger, this vivid yellow-orange spice is common in Indian, Southeast Asian, and Middle Eastern cooking. It's also been used as medicine in places like India for centuries to treat issues such as breathing problems. The curcumin in turmeric has shown promise for its ability to ease joint pain, stiffness, and mild inflammation. A recent study that followed women for three menstrual cycles in a row found that curcumin supplements helped ease PMS- relatedsymptoms.
Cucumber juice acts as a diuretic, flushing toxins and waste via urination, leaving you less bloated and feeling lighter. Cucumbers are a valuable source of vitamin C, beta-carotene, and manganese and the phytonutrients found in cucumbers also provide us with valuable antioxidant benefits. They are known to heal many skin problems, under eye swelling, and sunburn. Cucumbers also contain ascorbic and caffeic acids which prevent water loss and are frequently applied topically to burns and dermatitis.
According to Harvard Health, the glycemic index of carrots is 39, meaning the impact on blood sugar is fairly low. Carrots are perhaps best known for their rich supply of the antioxidant nutrient that was named after them: beta-carotene. These delicious root vegetables also contain vitamin C, an antioxidant better known for boosting the immune system, and reducing the severity of a cold and length of time it lasts. While they may not help you see in the dark, vitamin A is important for good vision.
Ginger has a long tradition of being very effective in alleviating symptoms of gastrointestinal distress and staving off bloating and gas. Ginger contains very potent anti-inflammatory compounds called gingerols. The same gingerols also have antimicrobial and antifungal properties to help fight infections and boost your immunity.
Pineapple is an excellent source of vitamin C. It is also a very good source of copper and a good source of vitamin B1, vitamin B6, dietary fiber, folate, and pantothenic acid. Pineapple is an excellent source the trace mineral manganese, which is an essential cofactor in a number of enzymes important in energy production and antioxidant defenses.