Juicing is great because it has been proven that drinking juices regularly greatly improves your general health and well-being.  Juice can aid restoration, rejuvenation and detoxification and, better still, there is no evidence to suggest you can drink too much juice!

There are many health benefits to juicing and by incorporating fresh pressed juices into your daily regime it can help relieve stress by flooding your body with nutrient dense fruit and vegetables. Your body will be running on fuel that it can use immediately rather than running on borrowed energy from caffeine or sugar.

Juicing keeps you healthyJuicing Benefits the Immune System

Fresh pressed juice energizes the body and helps cleanse the body of toxins. Fresh pressed juice builds up the immune system and can slow the aging process. Vegetable and leafy green based juices provide unbeatable nutrition. When making fresh pressed juice at home no list of ingredients is required. Juice is easy to drink and it tastes great.

Juicing fruit and vegetables provides a fast way to absorb nutrients, leaving energy reserves for deeper cleansing, repairing and healing cells. Fresh pressed juice contains specific vitamins and minerals that are natural and easy to absorb. Fresh pressed juices also contain phytochemicals – a substance linked to good health and is only found in plants, fruits and vegetables. They are a good source of non-meat Protein especially smoothies with seeds, wheat germ or whole grains.

Juicing Benefits Disease Prevention

A significant health benefit is using juicing for disease prevention. Fresh pressed juice contains enzymes, vital for health and well-being. Enzymes help us breakdown food and spark the essential chemical reactions we need to live including food digestion, stimulating the brain, cellular energy and tissue repair. Enzymes are only found in RAW food.

Juicing Benefits Digestion

The body quickly absorbs juice. Juice requires less digestive work so saves your body energy and helps maintain your supply of digestive enzymes. Fresh pressed juice contains healthy sugars that are simple and unrefined. Fresh pressed juice is a complete package – natural sugars, enzymes, nutrients, vitamins.

Juicing helps loosing weightJuicing Benefits Weightloss

Juicing helps to mobilise fat and encourage fat to exit the body via the main route of elimination – the bowels. Juice is a superb detoxifier, excellent for a healthy liver and digestive tract, aids kidney function and helps kill bacteria. Drinking fresh pressed juice daily will lower blood cholesterol and stimulate fat cells. It will also sustain blood sugars, reduce cravings and boost energy.

Juicing & Energy – The Best Benefit Of All

Invigorate your cells, stimulate your senses, and tickle your taste buds

…..have a fresh pressed juice.

Why not kick-start each day with a taste sensation that’ll invigorate, uplift and rejuvenate.  With on-the-move lifestyles and chaotic schedules, it’s difficult to take time out for a meal that provides sufficient energy and nutrients to sustain a balanced and healthy way of life. Quick refreshments such as fresh pressed juice are rich in vital nutrients designed to boost energy.

pexels-photo-64096Fresh Pressed Juice is it. If it’s a tangy wake –up call, a smooth pacifier or a zesty jump start, a personalised fresh juice will do the trick. From refreshing ruby grapefruit & tangy lime concoctions to subdued strawberry smoothies & passion fruit quenchers. Customise your daily juice and satisfy those taste buds!

Juicing Benefits Detoxification

Not only does juicing provide us with that all essential, quick off the mark boost, but it supplies us with a wealth of crucial nutrients & eliminates harmful toxins.  A fantastic way to Detox and feel great!

What is it that makes fresh pressed juice the answer for increased and sustainable energy levels?  The secret is in its ‘living’ component.  Raw fruit & veg are packed with ‘living’ enzymes that assist with digestion.  If  digestive enzymes are being replenished by these additional enzymes, the body will spend less energy on digestion and have more energy for repairing cells.  Unfortunately, bottled and canned fresh juices don’t contain this living constituent due to the pasteurisation process.  Pasteurisation kills these enzymes, this means less expendable energy.

Not only does juicing maintain this ‘living’ element, but it extracts the vital minerals and makes them easier for the body to absorb.  This means the full health package: vitamins; minerals; natural sugars; and enzymes, in an easy to soak up form.  Juiced fruit & veg takes a mere 15 minutes to digest, so the energy boost is almost instantaneous.

That’s energy on tap!

Avoiding toxins in today’s hectic lifestyle can be difficult.  Be it general pollution, cigarette smoke, coffee or alcohol, it’s virtually impossible to steer clear of them.  The human body is sensitive and extremely prone to accumulation of these toxins, resulting in generally poorer health and lower immune systems.  It is recommended that we have 5 portions of raw fruit a day to assist with combating this and maintaining general health.  A difficult feat in our busy schedules!  Why not juice it up?  The  daily quota of fruit can easily be juiced. The vitamins, minerals and enzymes found in a glass of fresh pressed juice are the ideal detoxifier, gently flushing our systems of impurities.

The fewer toxins – the higher our energy levels.  Simple.

The Added benefit Of Leftovers – What To Do With The Pulp?

juice-pulpAnother significant benefit of juicing is all the leftover pulp. This is a natural by-product of juicing.  The juice contains concentrated amounts of nutrients; the pulp retains the fibre and a substantial amount of the nutrients as well.

  • Put it into cakes and slices – re-use pineapple and apple pulp in our home made cakes or fruit slice.
  • Pulp is great for garden compost – except citrus.
  • Put pulp to worm and pig farms – they both love it!
  • In the winter it is great in porridge – especially apple as it gives a great flavour and excellent amount of fibre
  • Concerned about extra fibre, add a teaspoon of the fibre to your juice – stir it in and sip away!
  • Also put left over grated carrot fibre into the evening meal – kids won’t notice ad it is very good for them.

Pulp is great in frozen desserts, soups, sauces, casseroles, vegetable stock, dressings, baked goods, salads and many other dishes. Pulp can be stored in the fridge if used within a day.  Otherwise freeze in 2 cup quantities for later use.

Get juicing today. With benefits to health, energy, immune system, weight loss and detoxification it is easy to see why juicing is becoming a popular way to flood the body with nutrient dense, delicious tasting fresh pressed fruit and vegetables.

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Trish Tucker-May

Trish tucker-May is an expert in nutrition and healthy catering at events. She runs a mobile juice business in the UK and Australia called Passion 4 Juice Ltd. For more information about Trish Tucker-May please click here
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