Juicing vegetables and fruit truly is juicing for health, as it provides you with easily absorbed protein, carbohydrates, essential fatty acids, vitamins, minerals and valuable trace minerals, enzymes, antioxidants, beneficial bacteria and phytonutrients, and is also great for detoxing.
Juicing leafy greens, dandelion greens, wheat grass and barley grass is also a great way to provide your body with Chlorophyll, which has many healing properties.
If you are dealing with any health issues, it is even more important to juice. Fresh juice (I am not referring to the bottled juice you can buy at the grocery store) gives your body the nutrients it needs to heal itself. There is even strong evidence that suggests that detoxing with coffee enemas together with juicing is an excellent way to fight cancer.
If you would like to better understand why juicing and a low carb diet can help to normalize blood sugar levels, click here. As part of a daily routine, juicing can be a powerful weapon to overcome both Type 2 Diabetes and insensitivity to insulin (the cause of Type 2 diabetes). There is a list of vegetables and nutrients that you can use in your juice that are especially helpful in fighting diabetes. To view information on numerous natural ways that may help to lower blood sugar, click here.
Biophotons are incredibly important to the body. Because Biophotons are found in raw foods, juicing for health can be a rich source of them. Biophotons are found in every living thing. When this light energy is viewed at 30,000 times magnification, they look like tiny points of light.
It is believed
that Biophotons aid cellular communication, plus
contribute to our energy and a feeling of
vibrancy and well-being. Just a couple more of
the benefits from juicing fresh vegetables and
What is amazing is what happens when you use a water structuring machine to water your garden with water that is loaded with Biophotons.
structured water is taken up by the plant,
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in your vegetables and fruit! You can
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We all know that we should eat more raw vegetables and fruit. So, why not just eat the raw produce, instead of juicing it? Good question.
The latest nutritional guidelines say that if we want to stay healthy we should consume between 2 or 3 servings of fruit and 7 to 10 servings of vegetables a day, with an emphasis on dark green, leafy vegetables, and red and yellow vegetables and fruit.
I don’t know about you, but the thought of eating that many servings each and every day makes me feel a little nauseous. But since I started juicing for health, with just 2 glasses of juice I far exceed the daily requirements above!
What can be done to make vegetable juice taste a little better? For one thing, season with sea salt that contains all of the minerals of the ocean, not just sodium chloride. Real sea salt, (Breadbeckers has a great price) has a better flavor than regular salt, and the extra minerals are really good for you.
Second, and even more important, 1/2 tsp. of low sodium, concentrated liquid sea minerals per quart gives the juice a noticeably milder, richer flavor.
Not only are these sea minerals an incredible source of electrolytes, they are also a wonderful source of trace minerals, and an excellent source of magnesium. Concentrated sea minerals can also help to solve constipation problems.
Third, I always add in about 1 tablespoon of Bragg organic apple cider vinegar to a quart of juice. There are many health benefits from apple cider vinegar, plus I believe it enhances the taste of the juice.
Vegetable and fruit juices contain very little protein, so by themselves they are not a good meal replace. To add protein to your juice, consider chlorella, . spirulina, avocado (don’t juice avocados, since they contain very little juice) and extra virgin liquid coconut oil. (Coconut oil becomes a liquid above 76 degrees)
It really does pay to do your research before purchasing a juicer. I have experience with three of the most popular juicers on the market, and each has its advantages and disadvantages. However, one of the three edges the others out, and is the one I use today.
Health Offers Health Benefits Nothing Else Can
If you haven't started already, I encourage you to get yourself a good juicer, start juicing daily, and start enjoying some of the benefits of juicing vegetables.
p.s. There is a quite a difference in the nutrition you get from regular produce from the grocery store and produce grown in your own garden. For instance, by fertilizing your garden with sea minerals, your vegetables and fruit can be supercharged with nutrients, so helpful for good health.