The goal is to consume two whole fruits and 3-4 vegetables a day. Select them in different colors so you can get a good mix of vitamins and minerals contained in them.
Whether you are a novice and this is the first time you try juicing or looking for new ideas to enrich your periodic jungle practices, our 7-day recipes regime will help you. Each of the seven healthy homemade recipes for juice provides about a quarter of the average daily recommended dose of fruit and vegetables (5 1/2 cups for a 2000-calorie diet).
Adding more fruits and vegetables to your diet improves your mental and physical health by making you feel superior.
While shakes usually contain more fiber (because the final product contains all of the fruit or vegetable), dark green vegetables and lots of red, orange and/or purple vegetables can be added to the fresh juices to maximize the nutrients in each cup of juice.
6 Steps to Juice Preparation & Expert Advice
1. Wash all fruits, vegetables and herbs thoroughly, no need to dry them.
2. Follow the manufacturer's instructions because every juicer, jigsaw, the press is different.
3. Add the most delicate ingredients first as leafy vegetables and herbs.
4. Follow soft vegetables and/or fruits (tomatoes, berries, etc.).
5. Finish with hard vegetables and/or fruits (apples, celery, etc.)
6. Drink fresh juice during the day or freeze it.
7-day intake of juices
Juices are great for any time of day, but even when you are not on a juice, they are a nice addition to a healthy breakfast.
Day 1: Green juice
Curious fact: Celery and parsley in this juice provide apigenin, a compound involved in the fight against cancer, according to a new study by the State University of Ohio.
Day 2: Tomato-vegetable juice
Curious fact: When people drink a cup of vegetable juice daily, they have twice as much intake of vegetables as people who just try to eat more vegetables.
Day 3: Juice-cucumber juice
Fun Facts: Strawberries are the third best source of polyphenols, antioxidants that are thought to reduce the risk of cancer and heart disease and help maintain dental health.
Day 4: Blueberry juice-red cabbage
The juice is rich in anthocyanins, which can help in the sharpness of your memory.
Day 5: Spinach-apple juice
Fun Facts: Spinach in this juice provides a healthy dose of vitamin K that helps keep the strength of your bones.
Day 6: Ginger-beet juice
Drinking beet juice before training can increase endurance by increasing blood flow, providing the muscles with the fuel and oxygen they need.
Day 7: Carrot-orange juice
Did you know that even in a fat-rich dinner accompanied by a high-vitamin C fruit juice that provides 66% of the daily amount needed), there are significantly lower levels of cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood than in the case of received placebo.
How To Buy The Best Juicer
There are many types of juicers available on the market, but they can all be classified into two main categories: high-speed (also known as centrifugal) or low-speed (also known as chewing, cold-pressing).
High-speed appliances process fruits and vegetables at higher speed by contacting a rotating shredder and a mesh filter by creating a centrifugal force, according to the supporters of raw food, the heat produced at high speed can negatively affect some of the nutrients in the juice obtained.
Low-speed juicers in turn process fruits and vegetables at lower speeds, thus producing less heat and noise and extracting more juice. Especially suitable for leafy vegetables such as spinach and cabbage. There are two types - horizontal and vertical, differing mainly in shape.
How to make juice with a blender
1. Cut all ingredients in bulk.
2. First, put soft fruits/vegetables and/or juices and treat to obtain a homogeneous liquid. Then add the remaining ingredients and re-use the blender.
3. Place a quadruple piece of cheesecloth on the jug.
4. Pour the contents and then squeeze out the cheesecloth to make the most of the juice. If you do not want to color your hands, wear rubber gloves.
Fruit juices are more calorie than vegetables. To the vegetable juice, you can add an apple or kiwi for aroma. Make your juice more balanced by adding protein - almond milk, linseed, peanut butter.
Remember, when you make juice, you are deprived of the fiber contained in whole fruits and vegetables. The fibers remain in the pulp that you intend to discard after the juice has been prepared. You can return some of the pulp back to the juice or use it in cooking - to the dough, make soup broth, rice, and paste.
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