We have already taught many juice recipes on our channel. Green juices, orange, apple, papaya, pineapple, and even kale or spinach juices. Have you tried one of them yet?
These are some of the variations of juices we are already used to making and drinking, right?
But, did you know that you can also make potato juice?
Recently, we made a video teaching how to use potato juice to treat your hair at home, but this juice also has other amazing benefits.
Potatoes can be eaten cooked, baked, fried, and even in salads. They have big amounts of water, fiber, and are great sources of carbs.
Besides that, they contain vitamins, potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, and zinc.
Drinking potato juice will bring amazing benefits to your body. See them!
Improves cardiovascular health
Eyes, skin, and teeth health, and also on the nervous system.
Cleans the skin
Improves immune system
Amazing, isn’t it? And it is also very easy to make. See how:
To make this natural juice, you will need three ripe potatoes, without any sprouts or eyes, and 1 cup of water (6.8 oz.).
Did you know that unripe potatoes or those with sprouts or black spots contain toxins?
Peel the potatoes, cut them in pieces and blend them with half a cup of water in a blender.
Once the mixture is smooth, split it in two parts (half a cup each), and drink one in the morning, and another at night.
Tell us, did you already know this recipe? Now that you know its benefits, be sure to try it.
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