What are the benefits of drinking juice?
Juicing provides a quick, easy, tasty and convenient way to increase our consumption of fruits and vegetables.
Nutritionist agree that we should all be eating 5 to 9 servings of fresh fruits and vegetables every day. But how many of us actually meet the daily recommended minimum? Often our fast-paced and busy lifestyles get in the way of a proper, balanced diet. And that’s where juicing comes in!
The point of juicing is to remove the fibre. Your body can then absorb the nutrients instantly because you don’t need to digests the fibre.
If you don’t enjoy eating fresh fruits and vegetables, or simply don’t have the time, juicing offers a fun and tasty alternative. Juicing enables you to combine a wide variety of fruits and vegetables into your diet which you may not normally eat.
Coupled with convenience, juicing provides one of the best ways for our bodies to easily absorb the maximum amount of nutrients. Whole foods, such as uncooked fruit and vegetables, require many hours of digestive process before their nutrients are finally available to be used by the body. Many of the nutrients are locked in these whole foods which end up being expelled from the body as waste. The power to break down the structure of raw fruit and vegetables and assimilate the nutrients they contain, even in the healthiest individuals, is somewhat restricted and decreases further in less healthy individuals. However, in the form of juice, these elements are easily assimilated by our bodies. In this way, juicing enables your body to absorb the highest nutritional content from fruit and vegetables and to meet your daily nutritional requirements.