KaleJuicing kale using a masticating juicer creates a beverage full of nutritional value. So nutritious is this juice that a serving as small as a quarter cup is enough to give you mineral and vitamin content equivalent to a much larger serving of whole kale. Drinking kale juice regularly does the following to your body.

1. Supports Production of Energy

Fresh kale juice is rich in nutrients required by your body to produce energy. The assortment of B-complex vitamins in the juice combines to help your body derive energy from the nutrients.

Iron and copper found in the juice stimulate enzymes that fuel the body. Furthermore, iron increases the rate of oxygen delivered to the cells and in the process help maintain cell metabolism. A single serving of kale juice provides 1 milligram of iron that forms 13% of the recommended daily iron intake.

2. Improves Bone Health

Kale juice is rich in vitamin C and calcium, two indispensable nutrients for bone health. The juice can provide a constant supply of calcium needed to maintain bone density and reduce age-related bone loss. Vitamin C also supports the production of collagen, an essential process that shields the bones from damage and joint pain associated with low levels of vitamin C in the body.

3. Enhances Visual Health

Making kale juice part of your diet helps in keeping your eyesight sharp. Vitamin A present in this juice not only improves night visions but also plays an integral part in your ability to detect light.

The juice is also loaded with zeaxanthin and lutein, two nutrients that prop up long-term eye health. The nutrients filter damaging light rays as they enter the eye and prevent them from accessing the sensitive tissues of the eye.

4. Maintains Healthy Blood Cells

Kale juice has a high content of vitamin K and A that help maintain the functionality of the red blood cells. Vitamin A helps in the development of cells, from the time they are in the bone marrow up to the time when they are mature and functional. In addition, the vitamin boosts production of red blood cells and by extension oxygen production.

Vitamin K is responsible for controlling the function of platelets. It ensures that the platelets are aggregated and form blood clots fast in case of an injury. One serving of kale juice has about 496 micrograms of vitamin K.

5. Fights Cancer

Kale juice contains organosulfur compounds that are associated with the ability to fight cancer specifically colon cancer. Besides flushing out harmful toxins from the body, a high fiber content in this juice thwarts formation of harmful carcinogens in the intestinal tract.

6. Boosts Heart Health

The vitamins in kale juice help reduce heart strain, lower blood pressure and strengthen heart muscles. In addition, the vitamins dilate the blood vessels which in turn improve circulation. The high fiber content in the juice lowers cholesterol levels in the blood thereby improving the overall health of the heart.

Since a small serving of kale juice is healthy, you may consider juicing it alongside other fruits such as oranges and pineapples to enhance the taste. So as to get as many nutrients as possible out of juicing kale, a masticating juicer such as the Omega J8006 would be the best option. This is due the juicer’s ability to extract juice by gently squeezing the ingredients, thus giving a beverage that is high in nutrients and enzymes content.


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