You want to improve your health and have heard that juicing is a great activity to get involved with. The only problem is that you know nothing about it – not even where to start.
This article will provide useful information on how to get involved with making your own juice.
Peel citrus fruits before you put them in your juicer.
The thick peels of citrus fruits will make your juice taste unpleasant, provide no real health benefit, and can even be harmful.
The greatest benefit from citrus fruits comes from the white pith just below the peel, so be sure to retain that when juicing.
If you’re going to start a juicing diet, it may be helpful to start with a few days of eating primarily fruits and vegetables before going over to all-juice.
This helps reduce dependence on sugar, flour, and other common diet staples that can make a juice diet difficult to swallow.
You don’t have to spend a fortune on fresh juicing produce as long as you shop in season. Berries are great in the summer, but will cost you an arm and a leg to buy in the winter, so skip them until the prices drop again.
Apples last all winter, so feel free to buy a few bushels and keep them in the garage.
Using wheat-grass in your juice is an excellent way to add a ton of tasty nutrients to the final product.
Start with a little bit and increase how much you push through the machine until it’s all fed into the juicer.
Follow with a hard fruit or vegetable to clean out the machine.
It’s important to juice wheat-grass as our bodies can’t actually process the plant fibers contained in it.
I like to include wheat-grass in my apple/ginger/orange juice, but you can come up with a hundred more recipes that make great use of wheat-grass and it’s wonderful earthy flavor. Give it a try!
Keep your juicer in site:
When it comes to juicing, one thing that you want to keep in mind is that you will want to keep your juicer out and in sight at all times.
This is important to ensure that you use it on a regular basis and that it does not become one of those items that gets stored away in the back of your cupboard.
In conclusion you want to get into making your own homemade juice and just do not know where to start.
Follow the tips and tricks that are provided in this article and you should find yourself with a good baseline for what you need to do and what you should expect.