A Glass Of Parsnip Juice Every Day For A Week Will STOP Asthma, Sinus Problems, Wheezing And Emphysema

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Parsnip-juiceIf you suffer from a history of weak lung function or have always battled with sinus problems, you might want to include more parsnip in your diet.

Parsnips, high in phosphorous and chlorine, are said to enhance bronchial function, and help diminish the severity of asthma. They also enhance blood circulation in the lungs. Drinking one glass of parsnip juice a day can help ease symptoms of asthma and emphysema, as well as wheezing and other respiratory conditions.

Not only do parsnips support the lungs, but they’re high in vitamin K, which means good news for our cardiovascular system. Vitamin K can help prevent stroke and atherosclerosis and other coronary complications. The calcium and magnesium in parsnips also help strengthen our bones, while the compound falcarindiol has the ability to seek out cancer cells in the colon and destroy them, while leaving healthy cells alone.

You can simply just juice parsnip, or add in the other ingredients I included below. Drink it every day for a week and watch your lungs flourish!

Ingredients: (serves 1)

– 3 large parsnips
– 1 green apple
– 1 pear
– 1 lemon, peeled
– 1 inch fresh ginger root

Method:

Run all of the above ingredients through a juicer and enjoy!

     
Carly Fraser has her BSc (Hons.) Degree in Neuroscience, and is the owner and founder at Live Love Fruit. She currently lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba, with a determined life mission to help inspire and motivate individuals to critically think about what they put in their bodies and to find balance through nutrition and lifestyle. She has helped hundreds of thousands of individuals to re-connect with their bodies and learn self-love through proper eating habits and natural living. She loves to do yoga, dance, and immerse herself in nature.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Carly!
    What do you do with leftover pulp from juicing? It seems like a waste to just throw it out…
    Any tips or suggestions?
    Thanks! Xx

    • Hey Lindsay! I either compost it, or put it in my garden in summer! 🙂 I know it feels like a waste throwing it out, but I eat so much fruit and veggies normally that I do not need all that fibre! haha.

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