Diets can obviously be difficult; between the rules, and the food eliminations, you may not have a desire to try another diet. However, with juicing, you will be combining the savory tastes of fruits and vegetables into a weight loss plan that is simple and easy, and actually tastes great.
First, choose a juicer that is right for you. There are cheap models that may not last as long, but are affordable. And there are versions that cost several hundred dollars but will continue to last for a long time – and have lifetime warranties.
Once you make your decision, you will begin to pick the vegetables and fruits that appeal to you most. It is imortant to ease slowly into juicing, so you probably won’t want to jump right in with drinking something such as Kale. Although Kale is probably the best superfood in the world, it is an acquired taste, and folks new to juicing may be in for a shock with it. And that could potentially affect whether or not you continue, so it’s probably best to start out with the more tasty fruits, such as pineapple and green apples, before going directly into veggies.
Green apples have been known to take over the majority of taste when combined with other fruits and veggies, so when you begin to add vegetables that aren’t so great tasting, make sure to add in a few apples to “mask” the taste. You’ll be pleasantly surprised!
The benefits of juicing outweigh any other program or weight loss plan that is currently known about. First of all, when someone consumes these fruits or vegetables in a drinkable format, the nutrients from them are completely absorbed. On the contrary, when eaten, some of the nutrients do not absorb and the person does not get the entire portion that they thought they would. Also, these foods build up a person’s immune system and will begin to build a defense against any unhealthy entities and viruses that may attempt to attack. That is what makes juicing so much better for you than simply eating fruits and veggies.
There have been tremendous success stories with juicing diets. Joe Cross, from the documentary Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead, used this system to help him lose almost one hundred pounds. He documented his entire journey with his weight loss and spoke with 500 people about their daily intake of fruits and vegetables. He began Reboot, which is a system that shows juicing can be applicable as a diet. Many people have lost weight due to this and others like it.
Before you worry that juicing sounds hard, or gross, or may not be for you, consider trying it just once a day. Although the movie mentioned above is about a man who did nothing but juice for 60 days, that is an extreme measure. The man was very sick and was doing what he needed to do. Most folks won’t need to go that route. Simply replacing one daily meal with juicing can have amazing effects! And that way, you won’t constantly feel like you are on a diet.
Some people throw extras into their juice, such as dietary supplements. Others combine juicing with blending. Blending can also be very effective, and the consistency feels more like that of a shake, which can feel more filling, like a meal.
One great blender/juicer combo comes from Breville, the same company that makes the juicer used by Joe Cross in his movie. With the Breville Juice and Blend, you get the best of both worlds in one machine.
Whether you need to lose some pounds, have chronic diseases/illnesses, or you’re just looking to live a more healthy lifestyle, with a bit more energy throughout the day, juicing may be for you. It works on your immune system to build it up; causes your metabolism to speed up; and is delicious!
Click here for our review of the Juicer/Blender used in the documentary – the Breville Juice & Blend.
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