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Maintaining Your Body : Using Juicing For Better Physical Health

14 Mar

Maintaining Your Body : Using Juicing For Better Physical Health 

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There is no doubt that eating vegetables will make you healthy. The
question is, will drinking vegetable juices give out equally healthy
benefits? Or will it give more? I know you want to know the truth
about juicing, that’s why you are reading this. To give you this
satisfaction, read on and learn more.

Juice It Up!

Juicing will allow you to consume more vitamins and antioxidants
for an obvious reason; you can consume more vegetables when it is
in liquid form compared when you eat vegetables in solid form.
Studies show that drinking juice of raw vegetables help fight back
chronic diseases such as immune disorders, high blood pressure,
diabetes, cancers, skin diseases and many others.

Furthermore, drinking raw vegetable juices is very good for your
digestion because your digestive system uses less energy to digest
and liquefy food. Thus, it can rest more. Although you will not be
able to benefit much on fiber, you will surely be delighted with the
benefits that a live enzyme can give knowing that juicing will
preserve the enzymes since the food is uncooked.

Then again, we need to understand that juices are not created the
same except when done freshly. For bottled juices, make sure to
read the labels because highly concentrated fruit juices can
significantly increase blood sugar levels, aside from the fact that it
has less nutritional value since it undergone artificial process.

To conclude, it is best to prepare fruit and vegetable juices by
yourself to ensure optimum benefits. To enjoy it more, you can try
combining a few types of fruits and veggies while you experiment
until you find your favorites. Nevertheless, you can try some

popular mixes such as blending leafy vegetable like spinach and
cucumber, mixed with apple or carrot to add some sweet taste.

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