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Organic Juices for a Healthy Pregnancy : Broccoli Carrot, Apple Cabbage, Cucumber Melon Pear

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1. Broccoli Carrot

Good for your baby’s bones and development

This juice supplies calcium and vitamins A and C for a perfect combination of nutrients for your baby’s growth. These vitamins support bone growth and tissue repair and vitamin C is needed for your body to make collagen that will help develop your baby’s bones, skin, and tendons.

YIELDS: 1 CUP

3 carrots, peeled

6 spears broccoli

1 clove garlic

14 lemon, peeled

Juice carrots, broccoli, and garlic. Juice lemon.

  Calories Fat Protein Sodium Fiber Carbohydrates
PER 1 CUP SERVING 195 0.92g 9.1g 175mg 14g 45g

2. Apple Cabbage

Good for your baby’s bones and development

Cabbage and apples are a great combination with wonderful health benefits for you and your baby. Cabbage is a good source of folic acid, which protects your baby from neurological birth defects, and apples will support your digestive system. Not to mention the fact that this juice is pretty delicious to boot!

YIELDS: 114 CUPS

14 head red cabbage

1 cup Napa cabbage

2 Granny Smith apples, cored

Juice ingredients in order listed. Stir.

  Calories Fat Protein Sodium Fiber Carbohydrates
PER 114 CUP SERVING 130 0.68g 1.6g 26mg 4.9g 33g

CABBAGE

A head of cabbage should feel heavy and should have tightly packed leaves. Store in the refrigerator tightly wrapped in plastic for one week. Napa cabbage has a crinkly leaf. It does not have the strong flavor of regular cabbage and is very crisp. Its flavor is mild.

3. Cucumber Melon Pear

Good for your baby’s bones and development

One cup of honeydew melon provides 32mcg of folic acid, which decreases the risk of birth defects in your unborn baby. There are 2 cups of melon used in this recipe, which will give you about 62mcg of folic acid. You need about 400mcg per day, so get juicing!

YIELDS: 1 CUP

1 cucumber, washed and peeled

12 melon (honeydew or cantaloupe), rind removed

1 pear

Juice cucumber, melon, and pear. Stir.

  Calories Fat Protein Sodium Fiber Carbohydrates
PER 1 CUP SERVING 203 0.77g 4.1g 68mg 8.7g 58g

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