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10 Ways To Control Uric Acid Levels

10. Wheatgrass Juice Wheatgrass juice, also affectionately called ‘liquid sunshine’, is often thought of as nature’s best health tonic. While it may not look the most… Elizabeth Lilian - April 12, 2017

10. Wheatgrass Juice

Wheatgrass juice, also affectionately called ‘liquid sunshine’, is often thought of as nature’s best health tonic. While it may not look the most appetizing, it contains an extraordinary amount of vitamins and minerals. Wheatgrass juice is made from the grass of the wheat plant triticum aestivum, also referred to as common or bread wheat. It’s native to the Mediterranean area and southwest Asia, though you can grow your own at home.

Wheatgrass juice is made of almost 70 percent chlorophyll, the green pigment that gives wheatgrass juice its deep color, which provides a wide array of health benefits like hormonal regulation, prevention of anemia and digestive health support. Chlorophyll can also help with wound healing and detoxification of the body. Wheatgrass contains the entire range of B-complex vitamins, as well as vitamins A, E, C and K, and every mineral known to modern medicine.

Wheatgrass is a natural energy and immune booster, and is often used in weight loss, for hair health, to cleanse the liver, relieve depression, lower cholesterol, and even relieve dental problems like gum disease and toothache. Wheatgrass juice can restore the alkalinity in the blood, which makes it highly effective at removing uric acid build up by cleaning out the tissues and blood. It’s also got anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, which further relieves hyperuricemia.

Wheatgrass juice should be consumed on an empty stomach, or enjoyed alongside fresh fruits and vegetables. Because wheatgrass juice acts as such a powerful detoxifier, it can sometimes bring on symptoms of the detoxification process like headaches, nausea, dizziness and diarrhea.

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