Health benefits of juicing

The health benefits of juicing vs. eating whole fruits and vegetables rely on the fact that your body can absorb the nutrients better and more rapidly, and it gives your digestive system a rest from digesting fiber.

Our body does not need to continually digest solid foods, another misconception.

Juicing the whole right products can reduce your risk of cancer, boost your immune system, remove toxins from your body, aid digestion, and help you lose weight. Our body thanks and needs good quality vitamins and minerals.

why aren't we getting enough vitamins if we are eating that much?
Today, even without noticing, we have ended up eating a lot of processed food, that even if they are healthy, they have been processed and have lost a lot of the quality of its nutrients. Think tofu, made from soybeans.

We used to get all our vitamins and minerals some years ago, simply by eating. Without a doubt! But we also used to eat foods that were closer to their sources.

Some say juicing is bad. That is nonsense. Think about it, why would having pure vitamins and minerals freshly extracted from your vegetables and fruits would be wrong?

the two factors that fed the miss-conception that juicing is bad for you: sugar and fiber

Sugar: yes, if you juice five to ten fruits in your morning individual glass, you are probably getting way more sugar than what your body needs, especially if you are living with diabetes or struggling with weight gain. Instead, try adding two fruits to your juice combined with celery and leafy greens like kale and spinach.

Fiber: yes, we need fiber and having it from our veggies is a great way to stay healthy and aid our digestive tract's health. Fruit and vegetable juices are not intended to be used as meal replacements. Your meals should always include a fair amount of fiber to facilitate your bowel movements, amongst other functions.
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