Monday, 17 June 2013

Juicing is an easy way to provide yourself with a high level of quality nutrition. By juicing, you provide your body with the nutrients from fresh squeezed vegetables and fruits. When you squeeze out the juice of the fruit or vegetable, you receive a concentration of minerals, vitamins and enzymes
Specifically, there are three main reasons why juicing is beneficial. Firstly, the juice hardly requires more digestion; so all its nutritional goodness gets rapidly absorbed into the system. Secondly, when you juice, you use more fruits and vegetables than you could actually eat.
As a result, you drinking a densely packed amounts of vitamins, minerals and other plant-based nutrients. Thirdly, juicing helps in liver detoxification (purging of poisonous substances from the body)
Please note that juicing here refers to fresh homemade juice and not the so-called misleading “100% real fruit” commercial juices on the supermarket shelves! Also, it is advisable to take more of vegetable juices like carrot, cucumber, cabbage, beetroot, spinach, parsley, celery etc than fruit juices because of high content of naturally occurring fruit sugars in them
Vegetables and fruits can also be combined to make mouth watering delicious and of course healthful drinks! Do not add any sweeteners to your juice and try to take them within 20-30 minutes after juicing them before they start losing their nutrients!

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