What fruit juice is good for you

We should always watch out for the amount of sugar we introduce to our bodies, whatever the source is. Fruit is no exception. That is why we balance our juice glass with vegetables that are lower in calories and sugars and high in minerals.

As a rule of thumb, we use one fruit for every two to three vegetables.

Vegetables and roots good for juicing
Health juicing should include fresh-squeezed juices coming from about any vegetable or fruit, but some of them are better simply because juicing nutrients from them is easier due to their texture or water content.

Celery: this vegetable juice is a great detoxifier. It purifies your body and has virtually no calories. I also use their leaves; although they add a bitter flavor, we can take it! I love adding all that chlorophyll into our juices.
Spinach: excellent source of protein, green power, beta carotenes, and chlorophyll. It Will not change the flavor of your juice.
Chard and Swiss chard are bitter but can also be juiced, providing great nutrients and a low-calorie count.
Kale: also packed with protein and a great superfood. Don't forget to add their equally nutritious stems!
Carrot: excellent source of beta-carotene and brings some sweetness to your juice. Check out this delicious carrot juice.
Cucumber: bring lots of water, great hydrating powers, and nurturing minerals.
Zucchini: also great to add to your juices, given their high water content and nutritional value, just like cucumbers.
Ginger: not a vegetable but a root. Not a fruit either. Drinking juice with ginger adds excellent flavor and superpowers to your juice, such as reducing inflammation and aiding digestion.
Beetroot: adds sweetness and is an excellent source of folates—a great source of nutrients to aid your pre and post-workout routine. After a workout, consuming fruit and vegetable juice is a great way to replenish all the minerals lost while sweating! Use beet leaves as well!
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