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Why Juiice?

The juice of fresh fruits and vegetables is the richest available food source of vitamins, minerals, and enzymes. Orange-red vegetables have high levels of carotene, a suspected anticancer substance; citrus fruits contain vitamin c and bioflavonoids, important immune-strengthening nutrients; dark green leafy vegetables are rich in folic acid, a B-complex vitamin necessary for proper maintenance of red blood cells and the nervous system. Our juiices offers you a concentration of nutrients packaged in the best proportions so that you can benefit from the synergistic effect of all nutrients working together to nourish your body and enhance your health. Easy, convenient, and fun way of putting a diversity of flavorful, nutrient-packed beverages into your lifestyle, making good nutrition accessible even to people who think they dislike fruits and vegetables.

Respiratory system

Your respiratory system is the network of organs and tissues that help you breath. This system helps your body absorb oxygen from the air so your organs can work. It also cleans waste gases, such as carbon dioxide, from your blood. Common problems include allergies, asthma, aging, diseases or infections.

Nervous system

Your nervous system plays a role in everything you do. The three main parts of your nervous system are your brain, spinal cord and nerves. It helps you move, think and feel. It even regulates the things you do but don't think about like digestion. It contains the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system. Common conditions or disorders include alzheimer's disease, confusion, vision loss, slurred speech, muscle weakness, cancer, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, meningitis, parkinson's disease, traumatic brain injury.

Endocrine system

Your endocrine system is in charge of creating and releasing hormones to maintain countless bodily functions. Endocrine tissues include your pituitary gland, thyroid, pancreas and others. There are several conditions related to endocrine system issues -- usually due to a hormone imbalance or problems directly affecting the tissue. There are hundreds of conditions related to issues with your endocrine system. Hormonal imbalances make up a significant number of endocrine diseases. The below groupings cover some but not all -- endocrine system related conditions. Diabetes and metabolic conditions: type 1 and type 2 diabetes, gestational diabetes, obesity, pancreatic cancer, adrenal tumors, thyroid cancer, thyroid disease, amenorrhea, erectile dysfunction, hormonal acne, infertility, menopausal disorders, PMS, osteoporosis, vitamin D deficiency, PCOS. 

Circulatory system

The circulatory system (cardiovascular system) pumps blood from the heart to the lungs to get oxygen. The heart then sends oxygenated blood through arteries to the rest of the body. The veins carry oxygen-poor blood back to the heart to start the circulation process over. Your circulatory system is critical to healthy organs, muscles and tissues. Conditions and disorders include aneurysms, high blood pressure, plaque deposits, blood clots, kidney disease, strokes, heart attack, high cholesterol and diabetes, atherosclerosis, venous disease.

Digestive system

The food you eat takes an incredible journey through your body, from top (your mouth) to bottom  (your anus). Along the way the beneficial parts of your food are absorbed, giving you energy and nutrients. There are temporary conditions and long term, or chronic, diseases and conditions such as constipation, diarrhea or heartburn from time to time. Short term or temporary conditions that affect the digestive system include: hemorrhoids, gastroenteritis, ulcers, gallstones, GERD, IBS, lactose intolerance, cancer, crohn's disease, celiac disease. 

Female and male

Reproductive system

Female and male reproductive systems work together to reproduce. There are two kinds of sex cells-- sperm and eggs. The female reproductive organs are involved in sexual activity, fertility, menstruation and reproduction. Common reproductive health concerns for women: endometriosis, uterine fibroids, gynecologic cancer, HIV/AIDS, interstitial cystitis, PCOS, STDs, sexual violence. The male reproductive system mostly exists outside of your body. The external organs include the penis, scrotum and testicles. Internal organs include the vas deferens, prostate, and urethra. Common conditions that affect the male reproductive system testicular cancer, penile cancer, prostate cancer, STIs, premature ejaculation, male infertility, erectile dysfunction

Skeletal system

The skeletal system works as a support structure for your body. It gives your body its shape, allows movement, makes blood cells, provides protection for organs and stores minerals. The skeletal system is also called the musculoskeletal system. Common conditions that can affect the skeletal system include: arthritis, fracture, osteosarcoma, osteoporosis, sprains and tears. 

Muscular system

You have more than 600 muscles in your body. Some muscles help you move, lift, or sit still. Others help you digest food, breathe or see. Your heart is a muscle that pumps blood through your body. Many injuries and diseases can affect how the muscles work. A wide range of disorders, diseases, drugs, and injuries can cause problems with how the muscles work. They include: cancer and other diseases, cardiovascular disease, chronic pain, genetic disorder, infection, injuries, medications. 

Integumentary system

Your integumentary system is your body’s outer layer. It consists of your skin, hair, nails and glands. These organs and structures are your first line of defense against bacteria and help protect you from injury and sunlight. Your integumentary system works with other systems in your body to keep it in balance. Your integumentary system is unique because most health conditions associated with it are visible. Unlike your internal organs, health conditions of your skin, hair and nails are typically external. Some of the most common skin disorders are: dermatitis and poison ivy, blisters, bug bites, skin cancer, cellulitis, acne, eczema, psoriasis, burns, scars, hair loss, dandruff, head lice, hirsutism, hyperhidrosis.

Lymphatic system

Your lymphatic system is a group of organs, vessels and tissues that protect you from infection and keep a healthy balance of fluids throughout your body. Lymphatic system organs include your bone marrow, thymus and lymph nodes. Swollen lymph nodes are a sign of common infections, like strep throat, but also more serious diseases like cancer. Many conditions can affect the various parts of your lymphatic system. Some happen during development before birth or during childhood. Others develop as a result of disease or injury. Some common diseases and disorders of the lymphatic system include: Swollen lymph nodes, Swelling or accumulation of fluid, Cancers of the lymphatic system, Lymphangitis, Autoimmune lymphoproliferative syndrome, strep throat, HIV. 

Urinary system

The urinary system includes your kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra. This system filters your blood, removing waste and excess water. This waste becomes pee. The most common urinary issues are bladder infections and urinary tract infections (UTIs). 

Many conditions can affect your ureters, kidneys, bladder and urethra. Infections, diseases or problems can appear at birth or develop as you get older. Cancer can also affect certain parts of your urinary tract.

Some common urinary disorders are: UTI, STI, Kidney stones, Urination problems, Urinary tract obstructions, Kidney disease, Interstitial cystitis, Structural problems. 

Immune system

Your immune system is your body’s first-line defense against invaders like germs. It helps protect you from getting sick and promotes healing when you’re unwell or injured. Conditions that can interfere with the normal workings of your immune system include: allergies, autoimmune disease, primary immunodeficiency disease, infectious disease, cancer, sepsis, swollen lymph nodes, fatigue, itchy skin,finger or toes tingle or are numb, night sweats, hair loss, inflammation. 

Cardiovascular system

The cardiovascular system has a very important function ― getting oxygen and nutrients to your entire body and removing waste. Your cells depend on your cardiovascular system to get what they need to keep running smoothly. 

Many of the problems with the components of the cardiovascular system have to do with slowdowns or blockages in the blood vessels. Since your blood vessels supply your entire body with oxygen, a blockage in any of the blood vessels makes it harder to deliver that oxygen.

Common cardiovascular problems include these heart problems: arrhythmia, heart attack, heart valves that don't work right, heart failure, aneurysm, stroke, atherosclerosis, vascular diseases, chest pain, shortness of breath, lightheadedness. 

Human musculoskeletal system

Your musculoskeletal system includes bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and soft tissues. They work together to support your body's weight and help you move. Injuries, disease, and aging can cause pain, stiffness, and other problems with movement and function. Hundreds of conditions can cause problems with the musculoskeletal system. They can affect the way you move, speak, and interact with the world. Some of the most common causes are: aging, arthritis, back problems, cancer, congenital abnormalities, disease, injuries.

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