What’s The Big Deal With Juicing?

I’m sure you already know that we here at and Ze/Lin are big fans of juicing

(Ze/Lin probably wouldn’t even be in business if we weren’t). On the other hand, you may be

saying, “Yeah, I know you guys are, but what’s the big deal with juicing?” If you’re one of

those people, this article is for you.

We all know that several servings of fruits and vegetables every day are necessary for a healthy life,

but there are plenty of people out there that simply do not eat enough of them. Juicing allows you

to combine together a rainbow of nutritious produce into one easy to drink juice. You don’t have to

worry about eating head after head of broccoli, trying to choke down unappetizing kale or gagging on

vegetables that taste like they were just pulled from the dirt.

There are plenty of fruits and vegetables that people will not eat simply because of their taste. This is

fairly common, but this practice also keeps people from enjoying the nutritious benefits of those foods

they choose to skip out on. By adding a fruit or vegetable you normally wouldn’t eat to your juice blend,

you get the benefits of its nutrients without having to worry about the taste.

While juicing will probably never take over eating whole fruits and vegetables, very little of the actual

nutrients are wasted in the juicing process (depending on the type of juicer you use). This means

you get a delicious concoction of produce which retains most of its original vitamins, minerals and

phytonutrients, all in one blended drink which is easier to consume on a regular basis.

If you are thinking about juicing, there’s no time like the present. If you’re not in the habit of

eating fruits and vegetables, juicing is a great way to go to incorporate these foods into your

nutrition plan. Juicing is also a great way to try out new fruits and vegetables that you may

have been wary of in the past. If an apple a day can keep the doctor away, just imagine what

all that produce combined can do!

By: James Van Dyne

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