To Juice or Not to Juice!
May 06, 2022
Submitted by Revive & Renew
Did you know you should have 6 to 9 servings of vegetables and fruits a day? We should eat 6 servings of vegetables and 3 servings of fruits. Juicing is the FASTEST, EASIEST, AND THE MOST EFFICIENT way for our digestive system to optimally break down all the nutrients in the juice’s fruits and vegetables.
How does that happen, you ask?! If we eat solid, plant based fruits and veggies, our digestive systems have to go through the extra step of breaking down the solids before the nutrients can be fully utilized by our bodies. Juicing eliminates that extra step so our bodies can fully and instantly absorb and maximize all the juicing ingredient’s vitamins and minerals.
Fresh juice has a higher concentration of all the healthy benefits our cells crave so they can work the way they were designed to operate to do their part in keeping us healthy.
Healthy CELLS are key to helping our digestive system filter out toxins from unhealthy eating habits. (As we know we all ‘slip’ once in awhile!) Our CELLS also help prevent inflammation which slows down our kidneys, liver, and adrenals from filtering efficiently. Our CELLS work hard to give us a Healthy Lifestyle so let’s help them help us!
At Revive and Renew Holistic Cafe, we have several choices of fresh juices and smoothies. You can choose one of our amazing smoothies and juices that will jump start a nutritional blast such as our morning meditation! Yummy! Chocked full of apples, carrots, beets, lemons, and ginger!
Apples provide: potassium, beta carotene. vitamin C, folate, magnesium, and calcium as well as FIBER! They protect the cells of your pancreas and lower your chance of getting type 2 diabetes and slow the chances of you getting cancer.
Carrots provide: excellent source of Vitamin A, as well as potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, folate, Vitamin E, and Vitamin K. help regulate blood sugar and insulin levels, and support digestive health.
Beets provide: fiber and natural sugars, high in vitamin C, potassium, iron, magnesium, and zinc. Beets help produce antibodies and boost your immune system.
Lemons provide: vitamin C, fiber, thiamin, vitamin B6, calcium, and potassium. lemons may support heart health, weight control, and digestive health
Ginger provides: vitamin C (ascorbic acid),B9 (folate), potassium and magnesium. Ginger is well known for being anti-inflammatory and is a good source of antioxidants.
At Revive and Renew, we would love to help you start or continue on your healthy eating lifestyle. Your CELLS will thank you and help give you the healthy life you strive to live!
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