Everyday, people are faced with the decision of whether or not to juice. Some say “no” because they see it as an inconvenience, others because juicing is expensive, and others still think that juicing does nothing for them. But what if I told you that juicing benefits your health in ways you never knew? Juicing everyday can have benefits such as improving your immune system, making your hair healthier and shinier, reducing stress levels (and thus reducing risk of heart attack), lowering blood pressure to help prevent strokes and much more! Read this article now to learn how juicing every day can improve your life!
Is Juicing Good or Bad Nutritionally?
Most fruits and vegetables aren’t always good for you. Some are completely safe and others are downright dangerous, so pay attention to your grocery store labels when shopping. In order to juice you need to be particularly careful before you do it. If you have any chronic conditions, such as diabetes, hypertension or even heart disease, you should speak with your doctor before you start juicing. Also, before starting a juice fast or cleanse, consult with your doctor and ask him about any drugs you may be taking.
You May Be Wasting Your Money if You Choose to Do a Cleanse
Juice is a healthy habit that can be expensive.
Cleanses are not necessary to lose weight and are often more expensive than other ways to achieve the same goal. While some people may enjoy them, cleanses are actually a costly waste of time and money. This book is about a cleanse from Cooler Cleanse. It costs up to $174 for six drinks and 1,200 calories per day.
The bottom line is that if you want to live a healthy life, prevent chronic diseases, and avoid spending a fortune, you should eat real food, and not “detox” [detox] products. Make sure you’re drinking enough water. If you are having a fruit smoothie, it’s better to have just fruit in it, no added nuts or seeds. Don’t think about the juice in terms of calories. It’s more like drinking a vitamin. I’ll take a bite out of your ear if I have to. That’s what they do on Survivor when you’re starving. It’s like their primary form of nutrition.
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