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Aloe Juice: Here’s to Your Health

Aloe gel has been a popular topical remedy for thousands of years, and today aloe juice is gaining popularity around the world. Some claim that it makes skin glow and look younger, perhaps because it’s hydrating and contains a variety of vitamins and minerals. And studies show a number of other important benefits.

“I use it for ulcerative colitis, for stomach ulcers, and it’s good for blood sugar and for high cholesterol,” says Matthew). “It’s well studied for type 2 diabetes and has been shown to reduce blood sugar 30 to 40 percent—very significantly,” he adds.

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