Intro to Juicing

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All commercially sold juices are immensely unfortunate for the consumer. The fruits and vegetables have been stripped of their fibrous benefits and refined sugar of all things has been included by the truckload. Even in today’s age of refined corn syrup and sugar polluting our everyday meals you would scoff at the idea of how somebody made you freshly squeezed orange juice and afterward dumped a sack of sugar in it? You’d think they were off their rocker! However this is basically what occurs in the business of juices.

Making your own particular juice guarantees you’re drinking solid, low-sugar, high-sustenance fluids. It’s stacked with vitamins and chemicals and can be adequately sweet on the off chance that you juice accurately. None of those refined and pasteurized juices that you get off the shelf are as healthy as what you can make at home. Here are a couple of examples courtesy of blenderjudge.com.

#1 – Pineapple Kale Explosion

  • 6-8 large leaves of kale with stem
  • 1/2 large cucumber
  • 1/2 bunch parsley (or cilantro)
  • 1/4 to ⅓ pineapple meat, no skin
  • 1 medium apple (either yellow or green)
  • 1 Whole Spinach Bunch (About 6 cups)
  • 2 yellow delicious apples
  • 1-2 lemons, unpeeled
  • 2 oranges
  • 1 chunk of ginger
  • 6-8 stems fresh mint

#2 – Spinach Mint Burst

There are many more recipes that can be found online and you may want to research the ingredients yourself as different fruits and vegetables have a different glycemic index and therefore you can tailor your recipes to suit your health goals. If you are living in an area where fresh fruits and vegetables are not in great supply you can supplement your juicing and make sure that you are getting all the proper vitamins.