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Improve Your Diet

Improve Your Diet

The vast majority of people simply don’t have time to pay extra attention to their bodies and health.

Between work, family, relationships, the care of our bodies and overall health can be something we never even think about. Until, that is, we have an issue.

Every year there are hundreds of new health fads, trick and trends that get lots of coverage. Try this, eat that. It can be positively overwhelming. The simplest, easiest and quickest way to keep you healthy and keep illness at bay is to improve your diet.

Truly, it doesn’t have to be major changes and drastic measures. One simple addition can start you on a healthier path. Cold pressed juice! It supplies you more energy, vitality, deeper restful sleep and gives you glowing and radiant skin.

Initially, start with the addition of one green cold pressed juice everyday. As you start to reap the benefits of juicing, you can add more like replacing sugary or salty snack with nutrient dense cold pressed juices.

Green juices might not taste so appetizing at first, so you’ve got to experiment. Lemons always brighten up green juice and keep it from tasting too “green”. Apples add sweetness without loading your juice with sugar. Keep a variety of produce stocked, mix and match it, and have fun. The better a juice tastes, the more likely you are to keep juicing regularly.

What are the best bets that will maximize nutrition? Dark, leafy greens like spinach, collard greens, Swiss chard, kale, mustard greens. Also try kiwi, papaya, grapefruit, red bell peppers, broccoli, strawberries, oranges, asparagus and garlic.  Other fantastic additions are: parsley-loaded with vitamin K and iron, blood-pressure-lowering beets (combine with carrot or apple to enhance taste), inflammation-fighter ginger root, potassium-packed cucumbers, and antibacterial lemons.




1 Comment

  1. Lester Ritchhart July 14, 2016

    Depending on how frequently you intend to use the machine while juice fasting, price might make a considerable difference. Juicers can range in price from $50 to hundreds of dollars.

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