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Organic Juices for a Healthy Pregnancy : Italian Carrot, Ginger Carrot Apple, Rise and Shine

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1. Italian Carrot

Good for your digestive system

Your intestines may suffer from all that is happening during pregnancy, as in their new arrangement, they are pushed up and toward the sides as the uterus grows. The parsley juice used in this recipe is rich in beta-carotene and vitamins A and C, which are good for repairing any damage that has been done to your digestive system. In addition, carrots promote the healing of the intestine membranes.

YIELDS: 1 CUP

4 carrots, peeled

1 stalk celery

14 cup Italian parsley

Juice carrots, celery, and parsley. Stir.

  Calories Fat Protein Sodium Fiber Carbohydrates
PER 1 CUP SERVING 200 0.11g 4.5g 204mg 13g 53g

2. Ginger Carrot Apple

Good for morning sickness

The ginger used in this recipe contains compounds called ginerols, which act like anti-nausea medications and help block serotonin receptors in the stomach. Chances are, a drink that helps alleviate morning sickness will come in handy at some point during your pregnancy, probably within the first trimester when most women suffer from nausea and stomach pain.

YIELDS: 12 CUP

2 apples, cored

1 carrot, peeled

14" slice ginger

Juice apples, carrot, and ginger. Stir.

  Calories Fat Protein Sodium Fiber Carbohydrates
PER 12 CUP SERVING 119 0.36g 1.2g 41mg 5.7g 37g

3. Rise and Shine

Good for your digestive system

Heartburn and indigestion may seem to pop up out of nowhere during pregnancy, due to an increase in sensitivity to spicy or common irritating foods or acids that are backed up into the esophagus because your uterus is enlarging and displacing the stomach. Fortunately, the pineapple used in this juice can help you feel better fast by providing bromelain, an enzyme that helps assist protein digestion and acid reflux.

YIELDS: 112 CUPS

1 cup pineapple

1 peach, pitted

1 mango, pitted

1 banana

Juice pineapple, peach, and mango. Add banana to juice and mix well before serving.

  Calories Fat Protein Sodium Fiber Carbohydrates
PER 112 CUP SERVING 346 1.3g 5.3g 6.6mg 12g 66g

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