BOD stands for “Breakfast Of the Day”.
Drinking carrot juice cleanses and restores the liver. The liver is our body’s master cleanser – without which we would die from internal toxic buildups while detoxing all those external toxic sources we’ve taken in.
Carrot juice has been called the “Golden Juice of Healing”.
This carrot apple juice is loaded with vitamin and minerals such as vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K, vitamin B6, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, thiamin, and manganese.
Drinking this juice blend several times a month can help to increase the overall health of your immune system, vision, skin, hair, and nails.
If consumed regularly fresh cold-pressed carrot apple juice is also proven to reduce the risks for certain types of cancers.
You may have heard of people “turning orange” from drinking carrot juice. Here’s an explanation derived from a book written by Juicing Guru the late Dr Norman Walker, “Fresh Vegetable and Fruit Juices“. On page 27 it says:
Intestinal and liver diseases are sometimes due to a lack of certain of the elements contained in properly prepared raw carrot juice. When this is the case, then a noticeable cleaning up of the liver may take place, and the material which was clogging it may be found to dissolve. Frequently, this is released so abundantly that the intestinal and urinary channels are inadequate to care for this overflow, and in a perfectly natural manner it is passed into the lymph for elimination from the body by means of the pores of the skin. This material has a distinctly orange or yellow pigment and while it is being so eliminated from the body will sometimes discolor the skin. Whenever such a discoloration takes place after drinking carrot or other juices, it is an indication that the liver is getting a well-needed cleansing.
It is NOT the carrot juice itself nor the carotene that comes through the skin, as this discoloration will take place even if the juice is filtered to the point of clearing it of all color pigment. It is just as practical an impossibility for the carrot pigment itself to come through the skin as it would be for the red pigment of the beet to turn the body red or the chlorophyll of the green vegetables to paint the skin green from within.