Benefits of Juicing

Are you ready to detox your body and give it all the nutrients it needs? Well, then, it’s time to get your juice on!

Here are some of the benefits of juicing, according to Dr. Mercola:

Juicing helps you absorb all the nutrients from your vegetables. This is important because most people have impaired digestion as a result of making less-than-optimal food choices over many years, which limits your body’s ability to absorb all of the nutrients in whole, raw vegetables. Juicing helps “pre-digest” them, so that you won’t lose any of this valuable nutrition.

Juicing makes it easier to consume a large quantity of vegetables. Virtually every health authority recommends that you get six to eight servings of vegetables and fruits per day, but very few actually get that. Juicing virtually guarantees you’ll reach your daily target.

You can add a wider variety of vegetables to your diet. Many people eat the same vegetables every day, which violates the principle of regular food rotation and increases your chance of developing an allergy to certain foods. Juicing expands the number of different phytochemicals you receive, as each vegetable offers unique benefits. Juicing also allows you to consume vegetables that you may not normally enjoy eating whole.

Boosts your immune system. Raw juice supercharges your immune system with concentrated phytochemicals and biophotonic light energy, which can revitalize your body. The nutrients in fresh juice also feed your body’s good bacteria and help suppress potentially pathogenic ones.

Increases your energy. When your blood is flooded with nutrients and your body’s pH is optimized, you’ll feel energized. Since juice is absorbed and utilized by your body very rapidly, juicers report feeling an almost instantaneous “kick” of energy.

Supports your brain. In the Kame Project,1 people who consumed juice more than three times per week were 76 percent less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease than those who consumed juice less than once a week.

Provides structured water. Vegetable juice is one of the purest sources of water and actually qualifies as water. Vegetable water is structured water (living water), which is different from regular water—H3O2 rather than H2O. Water from vegetables is the best quality water you can drink!

Are you convinced about the benefits of juicing? All you have to do now is purchase a good quality juicer, and head to your local supermarket to buy fruits and veggies, and get started … you’ll be happy you did! We recommend you buy organic produce, but if you can’t afford organic, simply soak your produce in water and apple cider vinegar. This will remove most of the pesticides and toxic wax added as a preservative.

* Check our recipe page for juicing recipes!


  • Connie leifsen
    Posted April 14, 2020 2:50 am 0Likes

    Read God Cures by Damon Davis. Very good book. Were can I find the 21 day plan he said to use in the book and the recepies

    Thank you

  • Hi nice website
    Posted May 18, 2020 1:11 am 0Likes

    Hi nice website

Leave a comment