The Healing Power of Carrot Juice

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Carrot juice is loaded with live enzymes and antioxidant compounds called carotenes, of which beta-carotene is the most abundant. Just one 8-ounce glass of carrot juice contains a whopping 45,000 IU of vitamin A (from beta carotene) in a highly absorbable, non-toxic form.  That’s nearly 30 times the recommended daily intake!
Carotene power
In addition to beta-carotene, carrot juice is loaded with other carotenes, including lutein, lycopene and zeaxanthin. Together, these antioxidants are a powerhouse for strengthening the optic system—improving eyesight and protecting against astigmatism, macular degeneration, cataracts, and glaucoma.  Carotenes are also known for fighting cancer and cleansing toxins from the liver and digestive tract.  
They also prevent the formation of kidney stones and scrub away cholesterol-laden plaque build-up on the walls of coronary arteries. Carrot juice also helps the body build resistance to germs, viruses, bacteria, and infections, making it an excellent immune system booster.
Vitamin A as beta-carotene is also important for healthy skin and the proper functioning of the thyroid, adrenal glands.
 Carrot Juice
Carrot juice builds blood and bones it is also an excellent source of vitamins C, E, K, and most of the B vitamins.  It is also rich in the alkaline forming mineral calcium, which helps to strengthen the bones and teeth. And also blood builder and immune system booster.
Carrot juice is a strong liver-cleansing food that breaks down toxins in the liver and releases them quickly into the intestines and kidneys to be eliminated. High quantities 2 pints or more a day may result in an orange tint in the skin.The reason why the skin may change color is due to the amount of toxins being purged from the liver by the mega-dose of carrot juice.  If the bloodstream becomes overwhelmed with toxins and can’t remove them fast enough via the kidneys, the body sends the overflow to be eliminated through the pores of the skin.  This “toxic waste” has a distinct pigment that may turn the skin orange or yellow for a period of time while the liver is being detoxified.  This is a harmless condition and a good sign that the liver is getting a well-needed cleanse. The discoloration will eventually disappear once the liver has been cleared of toxins.