A mixture of carrots, beets, and cucumbers

This cocktail is recommended for people who suffer from pain caused by stone and sand in the gallbladder. And in the kidneys. This mixture dissolves the calcium that is hardened in the organism that has arisen due to the moderate use of large amounts of starch and sugar. It is used in the treatment, along with lemon juice. Especially drink lemon juice mixed with half a cup of hot water, several times a day. In the breaks from the consumption of lemon juice 3-4 times a day, half a glass of a mixture prepared with carrots, beets, and cucumbers is necessary.

Note: This recipe should be cautious because of the ejection of the sand. And the rest of the stone from the body is followed by severe pains. During treatment, it is necessary to discard food with starch and sugar and not to use meat at all. In doing so, it is best to consult your doctor.

Do not overdo it with carrots!

Many parents rely on carrots with the desire to compensate for the lack of vitamins in children’s diet. On the one hand, this is justified. Because the moths are packed with reserves that regulate the processes of exchange of enzymes, mineral ingredients, essential oils, and vitamins. But on the other hand, it’s important to have a measure! The thing is that the extra carotene that will not be transformed into vitamin A in the body. Settles into the skin, staining it in the carrot color: first the soles, the hands of the hands, and then the whole body.

This means that hypervitaminosis appears in the child. 22 If you continue to give carrot juice, loss of appetite, vomiting, drowsiness, high fever, skin mucous membranes may also occur. Most often, this happens because of the exaggeration with the carrot juice. A child up to one year suffices up to one tablespoon (it is understood that a few drops should start); from 1 to 3 years two or three tablespoons; for children from 4 to 7 years old a quarter cup of carrot juice. Also for children from 8 to 12 years old one-third cup. For adolescents 23 and for adults half a glass or 100 ml of carrot juice.

Excessive use of vitamin A in the early stages of pregnancy may in some cases lead to abnormalities in newborns. As research by specialists from Boston University has shown, women who consume vitamin A in a dose greater than 10,000 times a day are likely to give birth to a child with deformation of the face, head, heart or nervous system defects.

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