What Most Impacts Juicing Benefits?
Juicing benefits are many but they are seriously impacted by the quality of your juice. The degree to which you enjoy the benefits of juicing is determined by the degree of the quality of your juice production or how it is processed.
The purpose of juicing is: what’s in it for me? Or, the end results realized. One of many benefits of juicing is more energy. Juice taken from fresh raw vegetables will energize you as nothing else can, naturally and without adverse side affects, it can be phenomenal!
Another benefit of juicing is better health! It’s amazing what proper juicing will do for your health. I could relate story after story of cures or greatly reduced symptoms all due to juicing. In less than 3 weeks I lowered my blood pressure from recommended prescription treatment to normal levels. Many report healing from such diseases as diabetes, heart problems and even cancer all as a result of proper juicing.
In 8 weeks I lost 20 pounds. Oh… that is one of those non-adverse side affects of juicing! While many juice for weight control my purpose was to become healthier. Proper juicing will return your weight to where it should be, THC Vape Juice based on your body, all done… naturally.
Juicing benefits are far too many for me to list here but my point is that the degree to which these benefits are enjoyed via juicing is dependent upon the degree of your juice quality.
There are at least 3 things that affect juice quality.
The first factor is the source of your juice. When you buy juice from the grocery store you may be starting on the right path but very far from enjoying the results spoken of above. These fruit and vegetable juices, energy drinks and flavored waters are prepared for long shelf life. That means they have been processed in such a way as to destroy most of the enzymes and other sensitive nutrients they once may have had.
The very best source of high quality juice is made in your kitchen at home. There you can start with fresh raw vegetables producing the very best juice for your body. So the second factor that affects your juice quality is the raw foods used, mainly vegetables.
The fresher the better so pick your produce carefully and pick the best. Then, clean it and store it properly when you get it home. For example: after cleaning, roll your leafy greens in paper towels to keep them moist and fresh longer. Clean your celery and then place the top in a shower cap and the other end in the bottom of a plastic bottle, with water, set it upright in your refrigerator door shelf. When possible, buy organic produce to avoid pesticides and other unwanted chemicals.