Plenty of people avoid vegetables altogether because of how much they dislike their taste. Juicing vegetables is an easy way to receive a good chunk of your daily vitamin intake. Listed below are things to know and consider when juicing.
For the sweetest, best tasting apple juice, use the ripest apples you can find. If you come across a bruised apple, be sure to cut out the bruised area prior to using. Certain types of apples, such as those that are sweeter in taste, tend to make the richest, most flavorful juices. These apples include Gala, Fuji, Red Delicious, and Rome apples.
To get the most out of juicing, using leafy greens in your juice blends is a great idea. Kale, beet greens, mustard greens and other leafy greens are all great for the task. The most healthful juicing creations consist of at least half dark, leafy greens, such as these. Add flavor with other veggies and/or fruits. You will find that juice extracted from fruit contains more sugar and is less beneficial than that extracted from green vegetables.
Treat your juice like a meal. Once you have juiced a few times and see how much food you need for one glass of juice, this will make more sense to you. Drink your juice by itself, so that the vitamins and minerals get absorbed into your bloodstream quickly.