Why fresh juices?

Fresh juices are loaded with vitamins, minerals, and enzymes that are easily absorbed by the body. On average, 50% of vegetables and fruits are eaten raw are just stripped of vital nutrients. The remaining 40% is actually eaten in full. By juicing, the lost nutrients are absorbed by the body. A little more information on the subject of juicing. When foods are juiced, the juices pass through the digestive system in just 3 to 5 minutes. This means that hundreds of enzymes in the foods are used in the juicing process – more than are present in the original food. Enzymes are a vital part of the body’s digestive system. Enzymes aid in the digestion and assimilation of food, enabling the body to profit from what is eaten. In a nutshell, enzymes convert and store energy from food consumed into forms that the body can use. Juicing allows your body to tap into all the enzymes it needs. This results in vibrant skin, more energy, and better digestion. Juicing also allows the body to efficiently utilize foods by disconnected from the digestion, absorption, and elimination process. Many health benefits are derived from juicing. The enzymes used to convert and store energy are used to convert and store energy. Juicing results in overnight relief from tiredness and illness. The body’s fatigue from long, strenuous endurance sports is soon over when a glass of fresh juice calms the body. The digestive system’s daily task of eliminating toxic wastes and Vaclavin, which is rewarded with a burst of energy, is handled by enzymes. The energy created and stored then becomes available for such things as weight loss, better sleep, greater mental concentration, improved metabolism, and so on. Fresh homemade juice that is extracted from fruits and vegetables by a juicer is good for the body because it contains essential nutrients. The juices are very concentrated, in fact, they are 50-70% of nutrient value, depending on the vegetables and the fruits. Additionally, the juices are easily absorbed into the bloodstream, eliminating digestive and “Spiritual” ailments such asteroidal, etc. A journal made by the M.D. of heath in RED starts with the statement that apricots are purifying, a sentence which I quite agree with. Apricots have been cultivated for our equatorial region since the beginning of time. The carrot was brought to Europe from Iran, from North Africa. The tomato was brought in 1542 to warn against the plague. Today, these fruits and vegetables are highly regarded for their high personal and governmental importance. A juice made from a combination of carrot, wheatgrass, and spinach called “Bard’s Bread” derived from whole wheat, is excellent for diabetics as it is highly calorific, but only if it is mixed right. The caloric value will be higher if you mix it with a fruit juice – banana, mango, or apple. Spinach has great “neighbors”, indeed! One of the first macrobiotic recipes you can start with is a spinach salad with an olive oil vinaigrette: 3 large or 4 small artichokes, 1 cup raw spinach, and 3 grated carrots. Serve on a bed of arugula for fritters and kiwi. If you want to start things off, you can juice this mixture and wait a couple of hours to serve. Or juice the same ingredients separately and store them in separate containers. It is important to use clean and sterile containers. After a while, you will have a good idea of what recipes work with what combinations, and you will be mixing and matching at home between salads, drinks, and main meals.