The Benefits of Juicing

Fruits and vegetables are nature-made vitamins. They provide our insides and outsides with vital nutrients to keep us healthy and glowing. But it’s near impossible to get everything we need everyday by just eating fruits and vegetables. By juicing your produce, you get so much more of the good stuff in one sitting.

It’s important that you are juicing raw fruits and vegetables to get maximum benefits. Raw juices are full with biophotons–those light rays of energy plants get from the sun. When we pasteurize juice (all commercial juices are pasteurized even the ones in store refrigerators) those beautiful rays of energy are destroyed.

1. The Detox Juice

Green veggies with ginger and lemon.

These are natural detoxifiers and will help your body eliminate toxins, leading to clearer more radiant skin!

2. The Balance Juice

Kale, pear, celery and cucumber.

The healthiest place for our bodies to live, is in an alkaline state. However, with the abundance of processed food we consume, our bodies are more acidic than ever. Drinking this blend helps restore your body to an alkaline state.

3. The Hydrate Juice

Carrots, watermelon, pear and celery.

Produce is primarily water. You feed your body nutrients and hydrating at the same time when you blend this fab recipe.

4. The Antioxidant Juice

Papaya, strawberries, kale, beets and blueberries.

The fruits and vegetables you juice with are high in antioxidants, which are revered for their anti-aging properties. But antioxidants also improve circulation, contribute to cardiovascular health, enhance brain function, and reduce the negative effects of stress.

This is an ancient spice used in Asian cultures and has a high potency of anti-inflammatory compounds, and is often used for pain relief (without the side effects).

5. The Amino Builder Juice

Broccoli, carrot, apple, parsley and lemon.

The building blocks of protein, amino acids comprise more than half of your body’s non-water weight. If you don’t have enough, your body can’t provide the many functions necessary for healthy living; and that is reflected in your skin!