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Organic Juices for a Healthy Pregnancy : Spinach Apple, Butternut Delight, Citrus Cucumber

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1. Spinach Apple

Spinach is rich in iron and vitamins A, C, and E, all of which help protect your baby from infection and your cells from damage. Spinach is also good for calcium absorption and it helps cleanse the intestinal tract and relieve constipation, an unfortunate pregnancy side effect. It also has a higher protein content than other leafy greens.

YIELDS: 34 CUP

1 cup spinach leaves, washed and dried

1 red apple

14 lemon, rind intact

1 stalk celery

Juice spinach, apple, lemon, and celery. Stir.

  Calories Fat Protein Sodium Fiber Carbohydrates
PER 34 CUP SERVING 84 0.61g 1.7g 67mg 5.5g 16g

2. Butternut Delight

Good for your baby’s bones and development

This juice is not only important for your baby’s development, but also for you. Butternut squash is a great source of vitamin A, which is crucial during pregnancy and helps with your baby’s bone growth, eye development, skin health, and infection resistance.

YIELDS: 1 CUP

2 Gala apples, cored

12 butternut squash, peeled and cut into pieces

1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice

Juice apples and squash. Stir in pumpkin pie spice.

  Calories Fat Protein Sodium Fiber Carbohydrates
PER 1 CUP SERVING 159 0.42g 2.8g 12 mg 6.9g 57g

3. Citrus Cucumber

Good for your digestive system

The cucumbers used in this recipe are 90 percent water. Their high water content keeps the inside of the cucumber much cooler than the surrounding atmosphere and makes it a good diuretic, which works to flush toxins from your body that may cause cramping or bloating in your digestion system during pregnancy. The high water content in cucumbers will also keep you hydrated throughout your pregnancy, which is required to assist every action needed for developing a healthy baby.

YIELDS: 112 CUPS

1 pink grapefruit, peeled

1 orange, peeled

14" slice ginger

1 cucumber, peeled

Juice grapefruit, orange, ginger, and cucumber. Stir.

  Calories Fat Protein Sodium Fiber Carbohydrates
PER 112 CUP SERVING 202 0.73g 4.7g 5.1mg 7.6g 42g

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