Juicing and Cleansing Your Body
Types of Juicers:
-A lot of people have asked what brand of juicer I recommend, and really I think you get what you pay for. You can expect to pay around $200 for a good juicer, and obviously you can spend a lot more than that, too.
-The juicer I use is a Breville, and it’s worked great for me and comes in just under $200 at Amazon: http://amzn.to/Kg9J0g
Vegetables to Juice:
-All vegetables are great for juicing. Here are my top favorite, nutrient-dense vegetables for juicing:
1. Carrots: packed with the antioxidant beta-carotene, very good for eye and skin health
2. Cucumbers: very high in silica, a nutrient that is very good for skin and eye health
3. Celery: hydrating, packed with electrolytes and organically-bound sodium
4. Bell Peppers: packed with antioxidants that are very good for skin, hair, nails, eyes. Colored bell peppers are best
5. Fruit: very high sugar content, limit fruits in juice, unless active
6. Lemon: low in sugar, packed with Vitamin C
7. Green Apples: gives juice sweetness, contains vitamins and minerals
8. Green Leafy Vegetables: packed with Vitamin K, Calcium, Magnesium. Kale is king!
-I usually juice about 3-4 times per week to promote health, boost energy, and cleanse the body!
-The best way to cleanse and heal the body is by doing a juice fast for 1-14 days.
-Juice for health to lose weight, cleanse and detox the body, and get in the best shape of your life!
To learn more about the health benefits of juicing, visit: https://draxe.com/juice-cleanse/
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