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Why You Should Juice

Why You Should Juice

Cold pressed juice provides us with an extensive array of minerals, vitamins, essential fatty acids, carbohydrates, proteins and much more.

These factors are vital to maintaining good health. When you make cold pressed juice a daily part of your diet, you will have increased energy, a glowing complexion, strengthened immune system, stronger bones and a reduced risk of disease.

Although eating fruits and vegetables does provide us with a substantial amount of vitamins and minerals, we only obtain the maximum benefits from them when they are juiced. Much of their goodness is locked in the fiber, which is expelled from the body. When we juice the fruits and vegetables, their goodness is released from the fiber and we are able to drink their highly concentrated nutrients which are then able to enter our bloodstream very quickly.

The USDA, National Cancer Institute, Surgeon General, and the secretary of Health and Human Services all agree that Americans need to increase their consumption of fresh produce. The older guidelines were 2 to 4 servings of vegetables every day. That has now been increased to 7. The average person cannot consume the amount needed by eating alone. One of the easiest ways to add them to your diet is to juice.

No matter what your age, it is never too late to start drinking your fruits and vegetables and gaining the maximum benefits. Juices can flush toxins from your body, are good for your weight, heart, circulation and overall well-being and cold pressed juices contain no saturated fats or added sodium and can be helpful in lowering your cholesterol.





  1. Lakenya Haft July 14, 2016

    Many celebrities like Sarah Jessica Parker, Salma Hayek, and Gwyneth Paltrow have reported opted for juicing to lose weight. This has tempted many people to join them.

  2. Zoey August 2, 2016

    Indeed, if you hate eating raw fruits and vegetables then juicing is the easiest way to increase your daily intake of fresh produce. Great info guys!

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