JUICING CABBAGE WORKS

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therearemiracles
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   Posted 2/23/2007 12:27 PM (GMT -7)   
This really works folks! I went to the doctor to get Nexium for hearburn, acid reflux, burning in my stomach (especially when i'm on a empty stomach, during the night) my friend told me about juicing cabbage. I read on it. Studies have been done on this and with 10-14 days of juicing ulcers, acid reflux is healed. It truly no lie, has done it for me! I bought Jack LaLane's juicer and washed the cabbage well. I take 4 glasses a day (like small juice size glasses). One before work and 3 spread out throughout the night.
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Keriamon
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   Posted 2/23/2007 1:25 PM (GMT -7)   
Do you cook the cabbage first or do it up raw? Red or green variety? I can't stand the smell of cooked cabbage, so I can't imagine what cabbage juice tastes like, lol.

therearemiracles
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   Posted 2/23/2007 1:48 PM (GMT -7)   
green cabbage and do it raw. Your house will smell like a big fart, it drives my husband nuts. Plug your nose if you have to. I don't have to, because I like cabbage, but it is strong. Try it, I did it and I didn't have to take Nexium and I feel like my ulcer is gone. Let me know how it work out lindac@westbranchair.com

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7Lil
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   Posted 2/23/2007 2:14 PM (GMT -7)   

LOL  It will smell like fart even though it's raw!?!  Bummer!   tongue   I hate cabbage so I doubt I'd be able to handle the juice.  Too bad because it's so healthy.

Keri, if you try it let us know how it goes down - like the aloe sludge or like yummy fruit juice?

Good luck!


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TexasJen
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   Posted 2/23/2007 3:56 PM (GMT -7)   
I've used a juicer for several years, and it does a beautiful job of removing nearly all the non-soluble fiber from fruits and veggies leaving a very "drinkable" juice behind. It gets kinda messy though if you juice a lot of different things at one sitting. I always liked the carrot and beet juice myself. Apple juice will tend to separate out as it sits and you can actually see the soluble fiber content of the juice, so shake well before drinking. The green veggie juice like broccoli and cabbage really wasn't bad - it's actually sweeter than you might think. As usual, the fresher the veggies are, the more natural sugars are still present, and haven't been turned to starch through time and refrigeration.
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Keriamon
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   Posted 2/23/2007 4:37 PM (GMT -7)   
Not me; I don't have acid reflux. I was just asking questions so other people who do have it would have answers. I still don't think I could drink it; I only like cabbage in egg rolls, lol.
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