Only 2 Ingredients To Treat Constipation, Gastritis, Hypertension and More!

Making red cabbage and apple juice is an easy way to incorporate more of these nutritious foods into your diet. When juicing, these ingredients are very adaptable and can be combined with a variety of ingredients to make a delicious and nutritious drink.

Red cabbage is a good source of vitamin K and provides small amounts of calcium, magnesium and zinc, which can help build and maintain healthy bones. Red cabbage is high in fiber, which aids in digestion and keeps your digestive system healthy.

Like most colorful vegetables, it's highly nutritious, low in fat and calories, and has numerous health benefits.

Apple juice is considered as one of the healthy fruit drinks with numerous benefits. This versatile fruit juice contains many phytochemicals that are used to treat various diseases. The rich nutritional profile of this drink makes it popular all over the world.

The moisturizing properties of apples are maximized when they're juiced.

This delicious juice contains polyphenols and flavonoids that have anti-cancer, anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory properties. The juice can support heart health, relieve asthma symptoms, help with weight loss and reduce the risk of certain cancers.

This combination fights and prevents many problems such as constipation, helps treat gastritis, prevents tooth decay, fights anxiety, prevents respiratory diseases and strengthens bones.

Want to learn how to make it?

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