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Juicing Around the Clock

Posted December 23rd, 2011

Best Juicer for Juicing Around the ClockJuicers and juice extractors are not just tools for snacks and beverages. Whether juicing as a supplement to your diet or creating a complete juice meal, you need not lack proper nutrients for your breakfast, lunch and dinner juices. 

Morning juices are possibly the easiest to create since almost every fruit and vegetable is appropriate for your morning nourishment. Kick-starting your metabolism and your immune system is the goal to morning nourishment. Fruits and vegetables high in vitamin C and B-12 will do just that. Juicing seaweeds and kelp are the best morning source of B-12 juice. 

Lunchtime requires juices that will re-energize your body to complete the remainder of your day without feeling fatigued. Citrus fruits are perfect for a lunchtime juice additive since they are an excellent source of electrolytes. Leafy greens such as spinach and kale are packed full of protein, beta-carotene and vitamin C. In addition, they will also help support the blood flow of the body.
Lunchtime Green OJ
2 cups spinach, washed
1 inch fresh ginger
Add to juicer and enjoy!

Supplementing your dinner with juicing will ensure that you receive the proper amounts of protein, although you can still achieve these numbers through the sole use of your juicer. High protein fruits include avocados (higher in protein than cow’s milk), peaches and figs (which add a sweet flavor to any juice recipe). High protein vegetables include peas (16 grams of protein per pre-juiced cup), corn (5 grams per pre-juiced cup), broccoli (3 grams) and spinach (13 grams).

Even with the best juicer, a good portion of nutrients remain in the pulp after juicing. If your diet begins to lack in areas of nutrients and vitamins, try adding the pulp to the juice after juicing to replace the lost nutrient. Pulp can also be used for other purposes such as baking, pet food and compost for growing more of your favorite fruits and vegetables.


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