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You can use juice as a meal replacement. After you’ve been juicing for some time, this will come naturally to you, and you will soon realize just how much food is actually contained in one glass of juice. Consume the juice separate from your meals, because the nutrients will enter your bloodstream faster that way.
When juicing for health, you should use dark leafy green vegetables as your juice’s base. Try blending around 50-75% dark leafy greens like mustard greens or chard with something a little brighter in flavor. Make the remaining portion tasty with fresh and flavorful fruits. If you don’t want pulp in your drink, use a coffee filter. With some of the juices you make, you might not really like the pulp. If you strain the juice using a cheesecloth or single coffee filter, you will eliminate the majority of the pulp. When you choose vegetables to use in juicing, take care to select the ones that you already like to eat in solid form. If you think of drinking juice as a chore, you probably won’t stick to it. Your juice can be a healthy beverage and include tastes from vegetables you enjoy eating. There are countless vegetables and fruits useful for juicing and making delicious and nutritious beverages high in vitamins and minerals. You will reap more benefits by juicing healthy produce than you would by drinking frozen or bottled juice. Fresh juice makes a healthy and delicious treat.