I am a big believer in the benefits of juicing if you do it correctly without an over load of sugar going into your system, but I agree with Nida that you cannot just go straight to it. It's good to make it a part of your diet, a part of your life style actually. Start small- perhaps just 3 times a week in the a.m or as a snack? Remember, a little change daily! W.P
Alright. This is happening. I took raw food to a whole new level and will start presenting juicing recipes time to time that showcase how natural foods affect our internal health in a concentrated way.
With juicing, the macronutrients and minerals reach your cells within 15 minutes of ingestion so its one of the quickest ways to see a change in your health and body. Once is not enough, as these need to be a part of your regular routine, so keep in mind that two things must exist here for effectiveness; consistency and being gentle to yourself. If your diet is a classic western diet, the overload of toxins release from this may make you feel queasy and tired. this is to be expected and decreases over time. Many people who go from having a classic western diet to juicing have a miserable experience and I do not recommend that you juice...yet. More on what to do coming up in a video blog soon :)
This recipe below is specifically for healthy hair and I know EVERYONE wants healthy hair!
What you Need:
half a bunch of celery
Juice and drink fresh!
Please know, these recipes will not be suitable for a juice cleanse unless you incorporate good fats (coconut oil, flaxseed oil, hemp oil, sunflower seed oil) to help your body release the toxins. You will also need minerals, so a dash of sea salt and B-12 is a MUST for juicing. You don't want muscle loss (Sarcopenia).
H/T Recipe: Fit Life
H/T Picture: Sweet Talk
hAPPY eATING & kEEP sMILING
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