If you haven’t tried a juice, or are considering trying it out, I would highly recommend giving it a whirl. In the past, I’ve talked about the many benefits I’ve seen with my overall health over the last year of using a juicer; the advantages and concoction possibilities are truly endless. Just a little recap from Dr. Mercola, juicing helps you absorb all the nutrients from the vegetables and can add a wider variety of produce in your diet as well.
The other important factor that keeps me coming back to this machine daily is just like he said last, because of the slew of produce you can throw together.
Initially, as a rookie in the juicing game, I thought it would be kind of out of the ordinary, or just plain nastyyy, to add as many fruits and veggies as I could ; boy, was I ever more incorrect in my life lol. I’ve thrown in pretty much everything that has grown in the ground we walk on; anywhere from organic kiwis, oranges, apples, celery, carrots, cucumbers, and sometimes for an added kick, beets as well.
And if you’re looking for a holiday juicer, that has worked wonders for me, check out the Jack Lalanne Power Juicer
This website I came across has some really easy juices you can start making right from your kitchen counter, HYPERLINK “http://juicerecipes.com/recipes/” http://juicerecipes.com/recipes/
I’m really looking forward to trying out the Beet Nik and Beets and Treats juices. After the holiday week is over, and we can finally move around a supermarket aisle again without knocking over 13 people in the process lol, I have every intention of getting all the makings and having myself a healthy treat
Benefits of Juicing: Your Keys to Radiant Health, November 13, 2011