The Healthy Art of Juicing

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Another snacking wonder is extracting the juice from those so important fruits and vegetables. Juicing is an optimum way to be sure to get a healthy dose of your recommended daily intake. Although juicing doesn’t provide the fiber that eating the whole food would do, you are getting a concentrated form of the vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients that are better absorbed directly into your system. Don’t cut out eating whole produce altogether, but use juicing as a power packed snack that ups your intake of the right foods and allows you to have a nutrient filled drink in an efficient manner.

A common reason that juicing is so popular is the ability to consume vegetables and fruits that aren’t quite so enjoyable eating otherwise. Mix those undesirable with some of the more appealing tastes and you’ll hardly even notice the spinach and kale sliding down with the apples and carrots. Raw is always best.

Although, you can still feel good about adding some cooked vegetables with your meal, a cooked vegetable will always have a lower amount of those vital and sensitive micronutrients when the food is heated. With the simple process of juicing you get high-nutrient drink custom made to your liking.

A note of caution about juicing fruits: Along with the high quality nutrients comes a high sugar content, so limit fruit in your juice mixes so you’re not spiking your insulin levels.

Keeping yourself informed of the good, the bad, and the ugly of food and drink will keep you one step ahead of any diet blunders. You will save yourself from additional risk of developing a wide range of diseases and disorders by gathering lots of information about the specific foods that will provide the optimum fuel for you to get your body operating at peak performance. The more you know the better life will go, and your body will be an excellent example of your knowledge in action.

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