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10 Food That Can Change Your Life

Updated: 55 minutes ago

If you want 2024 to be the year that you finally get fit and improve your health, let Naturewell Juice Bar help you with the best smoothies in Los Angeles.

There are lots of ways that you can lose weight and improve your fitness but one of the best ways is to incorporate lots of fruits, vegetables, and raw foods in to your diet. The following 10 foods can change your life if you are looking for inspiration on how to improve your health.


Celery has many life changing qualities, including the ability to reduce bloating and inflammation, fight infection and reduce UTI’s, which means that it is great for anyone with a chronic illness.


Ginger not only tastes great but it can help cleanse your liver and can also reduce muscle pain and cramps.


Mangoes are great for those with liver problems and can lower cholesterol levels


Lemons can rejuvenate a sluggish liver digestion and can hep you lose weight if the extra pounds you are carrying are causing health conditions.


Cilantro, also known as coriander is a fragrant herb that can help cleanse your liver and is a great source of fiber


Leafy green vegetables contain lots of micro-nutrients that can help cleanse the liver and they are also low in calories so offer an easy snack


Chillies can help promote weight loss, are great for lowering blood sugar and can improve circulation


Pomegranates are packed full of antioxidants and also have anti-inflammatory properties so are great for people who suffer from arthritis


Spinach is a great liver cleanser and is high in folic acids so it is good for reproduction


Rich in vitamin E, Vitamin B-complex and minerals, strawberries are the original superfood.


Naturewell Juice Bar understands the importance of your health and wellbeing, which is why we are a brand that you can trust. While we are awesome at creating natural and healthy fruit and vegetable based recipes, we are not health experts.

The information that we share on our blogs is based on our own personal experiences and research carried out by those in the health and wellbeing industry. We refer to the FDA and the USA Department of Health and Human Services for guidelines

Any information, recommendations, suggestions, testimonials, or advice that we offer regarding diet, nutrition, exercise, supplements, and lifestyle should be discussed with your doctor or a qualified health professional. Any changes to your lifestyle may involve taking risks so it is important to understand that the information you receive on our website or in person, and from our product descriptions do not take the place of official medical advice.

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