Turnip Greens Juice
Traditionally Used For
- Bladder Problems
- Skin Problems
- Weight Loss
A Good Source Of
Turnips greens should be a deep green. Turnips are easily grown by yourself. They are hardy vegetables and if you are planning on juicing turnips or turnip greens, consider growing them yourself.
Due to the fact that turnip greens are a green juice, you will find it beneficial to have no more than about ¼ of your juice consisting of green juice.
Turnip greens should never be drunk by itself.
Turnip greens are very concentrated and so I try not use to any more than 1 ounce in every 8 ounce glass.
Combine with other vegetables that are a good source of magnesium.
Turnip greens are very high in calcium. Turnip roots are also high in calcium, but the greens provide more calcium. In fact, turnip greens contain more calcium than almost all other vegetables and also milk.
Mix turnip juice or turnip green juice with other vegetables that are a good source of magnesium such as alfalfa sprouts, dandelion greens, parsley, cabbage, sweet peppers, etc. The reason why you want to mix with vegetables that contain magnesium is because magnesium helps the body use calcium more effectively.
Vitamin C also helps the body use calcium more effectively, but almost all vegetables will supply some Vitamin C.
Chinese Herbal Information
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Turnip Greens — Nutritional Analysis
- Value / 100 g
- Total lipid (fat)
- Carbohydrate, by difference
- Fiber, total dietary
- Calcium, Ca
- Iron, Fe
- Magnesium, Mg
- Phosphorus, P
- Potassium, K
- Sodium, Na
- Zinc, Zn
- Copper, Cu
- Manganese, Mn
- Selenium, Se
- Vitamin C, total ascorbic acid
- Pantothenic acid
- Vitamin B-6
- Folate, total
- Folic acid
- Folate, food
- Folate, DFE
- Vitamin B-12
- Vitamin A, IU
- Vitamin A, RAE
- Vitamin E
- Amino Acids
- Aspartic acid
- Glutamic acid
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