Your Quick Start Guide To Juicing

by Aug 12, 2020Wellness

Are you interested in doing more juicing, but not sure where to start? If so, this blog post will be a great guide for you!

Why Juicing is a Great Idea

It’’s very clear that juicing is extremely popular, but have you ever thought about why juicing has become such a huge part of the popular consciousness? The number one reason why people love juicing, is because when you juice fruits and vegetables, you get a concentrated dose of the many of the nutrients that are found in the plants, only you can simply drink your nutrients on the go. This makes the nutrients found in the fruit easier for your body to absorb. You can also make lots of different kinds of fruit arrangements to suit your changing health needs. You can make juice that suits anywhere from medicinal needs to a simple, fun, healthy dessert that anyone can enjoy. To make these great mixtures though, you first need to know a few simple rules.

Juicing VS Eating the Produce

Eating whole fruits and vegetables is a really great thing that you can do for yourself, but sometimes, it can be a really great thing to give your digestive system a break as well. When you drink freshly made juice, your body can absorb the nutrients much more quickly because it doesn’t have to contend with any of the fibres that are in the food. Fibre is important for  cleansing the physical buildup of wastes in your intestines, but as long as you are having some fibre most of the week, you’ll be pretty healthy in that department. Besides, juices that you drink will generally help loosen much of that intestinal plaque because of the chemical content. There are many cleanses that are simple blends of fruits and vegetables aimed at reducing that hardness of waste remains.

Detoxifying Effects

Another great thing about juicing is its detoxifying effects. When your body gets more doses of healthy nutrients, your body will begin to correct sluggish processes and try to attain a more efficient state. This means that your body will have an increased ability to remove toxins that have built up in your body. Many illnesses can be exacerbated by a weakened immune system.

Having a more efficient digestive system improves immune health, and can protect you from an array of diseases that are a minor inconvenience in a healthy body, but borderline deadly for a weak immune system. When you juice fruits and vegetables together, you can easily avail yourself of the attributes of all the ingredients without having to sit and eat a bunch of plant material. You can simply raise your glass and be done for the day.

Tips for Starting Out with Juicing

Appliances Used in Juicing

The primary difference between blending and juicing is that when you blend fruit in a blender, you are still getting the plant matter along with the juice. The blender spins wildly and everything in the blender chamber is cut, pulverised, and mixed up in a very quick manner. This tears the fibre into small particles making them easy to drink and ingest, but if you weren’’t looking for fibre at all, then you would want to go with juicing.

When the fruits and vegetables are juiced, the process is quite different but in general there are 2 different ways this is done, probably the least desirable being through high speed centrifugal force. While this method is one of the least time and effort intensive, the force of being spun around changes some of the molecular structure of the juice and makes it more susceptible to going bad, or oxidizing and becoming essentially worthless coloured water. This is because the oxidation process destroys over 80% of the nutritional value of the juice.

The preferred method is through the use of  twin gear cold press juicers using twin gears that finely mesh together. Twin gear technology allows for more of the cellulose wall of your food to be opened during the extraction process, ultimately leaving an abundance of vital enzymes and nutrients suspended in colloidal form thus making them more accessible to the body. This finer meshing means you can grind even such solid materials as coffee beans, peanuts and sesame seeds.

Store bought juice is noticeably more acidic and is generally artificially fortified with vitamins, so they can sell their product. Orange juice is one of the types of juices that are known for this sort of thing, and people who have always drank store bought juice often fail to realize that they haven’’t really even had true orange juice before. What Do You Juice First?

When you first begin juicing, the most often consumed fruits should be the juices. Apples and carrots are among some of the most kind to the stomach of a person who is new to juicing, so you can start with those as a base. From there, began adding somewhat more adventurous juices. Add vegetables, and slowly increase your palate for those.

Once you have become accustomed to all a large portion of veggies, you can even start experimenting with adding beneficiary herbs to your juices. These can be medicinal quality that can help you to stay energized and feeling good through your entire day. Always begin with the vegetables with a high moisture content first.

Rotate Your Juice Making Recipes

Here’s something that you might have even considered. A lot of foods, even healthy fruits and vegetables have small amount of toxins in them. If you were to juice the same exact recipe on a constant basis, then it could be possible that you will cause a buildup of toxins in your system. The only way to avoid that would be to create a schedule that you can follow. This will also prevent you from getting discouraged and bored with juicing every day.

Try to pair foods that help each other do their job in the body. If you eat something that is intended to help clean the blood, add some water-soluble fibre like pectin found in most fruits. You can get a great result when you stimulate your liver, and add fibre to carry most of the toxins away. Be sure to stay hydrated.

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