Juicing is easy, and anyone interested can start with just a few simple steps. Read this article to get started.
There are different types of juicers to choose from. Masticating juicers are the best choice. Masticating juicers are able to extract the juice without the loss of nutrients by using a lower speed and gentler action. The juice obtained this way will last longer in the refrigerator.
When you make apple juice, use the ripest and sweetest apples that you can. You can used bruised apples, just cut out the bruised parts. Apples, such as Gala, Rome, Red Delicious, and Rome, are sweet and make richer, more flavorful juices.
If juicing is part of your health regimen, the best ingredients to juice include green veggies like spinach, broccoli, kale, chard and other such vegetables. Try to use at least 50-70% greens in your juices, while the rest goes to other veggies and fruits for flavor. Fruit juices may taste sweeter, but compared to green veggies, they come at a steep price in sugar and calories, meaning they’re not as healthy.
Immerse yourself in the taste of the juice, and don’t rush things. Give your body time to take in all of its delightful flavors. Start digestion of the juice by letting your saliva mix with it.
Think of the juice as your whole meal. If you consider the quantity of produce that goes into a single glass of juice, you may see how this can be true. Juice should be consumed as a meal by itself so the nutritional value of it gets into your bloodstream much quicker.
Plan your juices by color. From vibrant greens to bright reds, different colored vegetables and fruits contain different minerals and nutrients. These differences give you a fuller nutritious experience, as well as a wide range of tastes.
Fresh juices are not only good for you, but they also taste great. It’s easier to stay in shape if you juice fresh fruits and vegetables.