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Juicing for Weight Loss? Fruits vs. Vegetables

Posted January 4th, 2012

Best Juicer for Weight LossAfter the holidays comes the inevitable dive back into the healthy pool. Holiday meals, brunches and treats are hard to say no to and it’s only once a year, right? The start of the New Year is also a time for resolutions. One of the most popular is weight loss and healthy eating. Hopefully, Santa brought you an OKlife juice extractor, the best juicer on the market, to help jump start your weight loss regimen. 

When starting a juicing diet, consider the two most basic forms of juice: Vegetable juice and fruit juice. Both have their own set of benefits depending on the ingredients used. When incorporating vegetable juice into your juicing diet, you are essentially giving your body all of the required vitamins and nutrients to work at its peak performance. The detoxifying effects of vegetable juice is difficult (impossible, really) to find in any other foods or over-the-counter supplements. While cleansing your system, vegetable juice takes longer than fruit juice to process. This means that your body will burn more calories while processing your vegetable juice then any other food consumed.

Using fruit juices for your weight loss juicing routine will depend strongly on what fruits you are using. Fruits that are high in fiber (apples, berries, guava, kiwi, oranges, pears and prunes) will result in the cleansing of your colon. Citrus fruits are known for their ability to increase the speed of your metabolism. Juicing recipes that contain either high-fiber or citrus fruits will result in quicker caloric burning (i.e. weight loss).

The best juicing routine is to switch the two up or mix them together. Both are beneficial and are guaranteed to decrease the length of time it takes to burn off all those holiday dinners.



The information provided on www.oklifestore.com/blog site should in no way serve as medical advice. Readers are encouraged to confirm the information contained here with other sources and seek medical advice from a physician.