Mango and squash are perfectly matched with 7 veggies including carrots and greens in a taste sensation that keeps customers asking for more. The taste moves back and forth between the mango and the squash, with hints of veggies popping through. Veggies never tasted better.
Butternut Squash is a winter variety of squash, contains great amounts of natural sugars, carbohydrates and vitamin A, in comparison to the summer varieties.
Winter squash boosts excellent levels of carotenes, the richer the color, the richer the concentration.
Butternut Squash is high in Potassium and fiber, prevents cell damage and improves energy circulation.
Beyond being rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, mangos contain an enzyme with stomach soothing properties.
Mango is good for eye disorders, hair loss, heat stroke, diabetes, bacterial infections, indigestion, constipation, morning sickness, diarrhea, liver disorders and menstrual disorders.
Carrots are rich in beta-carotene, giving them their orange pigment.
The high amounts of beta-carotene make carrots the most common vegetable used in cancer treatment.
Beta-carotene acts as a dietary antioxidant, countering the stresses of oxidation on tissue.
Carotenoids found in yellow and orange produce may also help to reduce insulin resistance.
Celery are green long stalks that assist in lowering blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
They are high in silicon which helps renew joints, bones, arteries and all connective tissues.
Post recovery, celery-based juices serve as a great electrolyte replacement.
Fiber and powerful antioxidant pigments, called betacyanin, combine to make beets a powerful agent in preventing colon cancer.
These compounds increase antioxidant levels and white blood cells, which discover and destroy abnormal cells.
Beet fiber has also been shown to promote bowel function and healthy cholesterol levels.
Beets are rich in silicon which cleanses the liver and blood.
Parsley, a member of the Umbelliferae Family, is a rich leafy green.
It is rich in nutrients, chlorophyll, carotenes, vitamin C, folic acid, iron and dietary fiber.
It is traditionally used as a garnish or added to stews, sauces, salads, vegetables and potatoes. It contains cancer fight properties and promotes energy.
Lettuce, a rich leafy green, is mainly composed of water, offering a refreshing hydration source.
The vitamin k found in lettuce is essential for the synthesis of crucial bone proteins.
Those who consume more vitamin K in the form of leafy green vegetables are less likely to suffer from hip fractures and more likely to have a high bone mineral density.
Spinach, a member of the beet and chard family is a nutrient dense rich, leafy green that is packed with vitamin K, carotenes, vitamin C and folic acid.
The rich iron and chlorophyll content in spinach helps to build blood while the lutein helps promote healthy eyesight.
Spinach is one of the most alkaline producing foods, making it very useful in helping to regulate body pH.
The multiple flavonoids and antioxidants found in spinach have proved to slow down cell division in stomach cancer cells and combat skin cancer cells.
One of the most effective ways to get the nutritional benefits of Watercress is in the form of vegetables juice.
High in vitamin A, chlorophyll and sulfur, it can be used as a diuretic, to treat sore or dry throat, mumps, intestinal gas and bad breath.
Butternut squash is in the same family as melons and cucumbers.
There are over 400 varieties of Mango throughout the world
The largest carrot ever grown was 19 pounds, grown by John Evans in 1998 in Palmer, Alaska.
It takes just one ounce of celery seeds to produce an acre of celery.
Beets can be made into a wine that tastes similar to port.
Parsley essential oil is used in making men’s colognes and toiletries.
Lettuce is a member of the sunflower family.
California and Texas produce the most spinach in the United States.
Eating a bag of watercress is said to be a good cure for a hang-over.