In terms of juicing and health, your best option is to do the juicing yourself using fresh ripe raw fruits and vegetables. When you hear the word juicing what comes to mind? Perhaps you think of juices in a small pouch, box, or can. Those aren't juices as Mother Nature intended them to be.
Many juices at your local supermarket are laden with artificial sweeteners, colors, preservatives, and they’re pasteurized which destroys nutrients and enzymes. Such Frankensteinian juices basically do more harm to your health than good.
5. Should I daily drink juice from the same fruits and veggies?
In short, the answer is a resounding, no. Your body needs nutrients and enzymes from a wide variety of vegetables. Try to juice with the seasons by juicing those fresh fruits and vegetables that are in season for your region, and change your juices as the produce changes. Yes, variety IS the spice of life! And of course sometimes depending where we are, we may not be able to follow this completely so we do the best we can where we are in the moment.
6. What if I don't like the taste of veggie juice?
While this isn't particularly an issue related to juicing and health, it's definitely an important issue. You can easily improve the flavor of veggie juice by adding cucumber, celery a few apples, or other fruit. Over time your taste buds will return to their natural state and you’ll gain a new appreciation for all types of veggie juice.
7. Can I use juicing as a method of fasting?
Yes, the research around juicing and health prove that juice fasting is very effective as a body detoxifier. [click here for info on juicing detox]
8. Can I drink my juices with a meal of solid foods?
For best digestion and assimilation of nutrients you should always take your juices alone on an empty stomach, or at least 20 to 30 minutes before a meal.
If you want a fun and exciting way to enjoy a raw food diet, then consider juicing. These FAQs can make your juices tastier, healthier, and more enjoyable!
The contents of this website and my newsletter are gleaned from my experiences and observations, meant only for educational purposes and not intended to replace medical advice, consultations, or treatment of any kind. I recommend you see your professional health care provider if you suspect you have an illness or disease of any kind. I’m not medically trained, and I would never suggest or imply that I know what is best for someone else’s body or overall health, ultimately each of us is the only one who knows what’s best for us.
Nov 25, 20 10:37 PM
Maria's Healthy green recipe 1/2 a cup of orange juice, coconut water or water 1 cucumber 1 parsley 1 stick of celery some lemon juice some ginger 1 green
Nov 25, 20 10:35 PM
Cabbage is very healthy for kidneys. But it is very difficult to consume raw juice. To overcome the pungent taste of cabbage, you can try this. Cabbage