I would like to go back and talk about juicing, a little more in depth.
I do not think that juicing is bad for you, I simply know that mass production of such things do not have much to offer, especially in nutrients, once they reach your hands. But juicing in your own home on a daily is a whole other factor.
I recently bought a juicer, after watching Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead on Netflix. Though, by juicing, you do lose the fibers to help digest the natural sugars found in the fruits and vegetables, you can add the pulp or simply add more fiber into your daily meals. Once you’ve mastered this lifestyle, it has amazing health benefits.
I, for one, am not a big fan of vegetables, which is why juicing is great for me! And I have noticed that with my juicer, I can put several heads of broccoli, lots of kale, carrots and an apple in my juicer, and it tastes great! I just got the nutrients of lots of carrots, kale broccoli and an apple in one amazing drink.
According to livinggreensjuice.com, 95 percent of the vitamins and enzymes our bodies need are found in the juice of raw fruits and vegetables.
The other 5 percent? Fiber and protein. Which is why adding more fiber and protein into your meals when juicing is a vital key role.