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Juicing Superfoods Part 1 of 4

Posted January 23rd, 2012

Superfood Juice Extractor and JuicerSuperfoods are the surest way to maintain the best health possible. Using your juicer or juice extractor guarantees that you will receive all of the amazing vitamins and nutrients contained in superfoods. Green superfoods contain the highest concentrations of nutrients, vitamins, minerals and fat burning compounds. By juicing these superfoods, you are increasing this concentration and increasing all the benefits to your health. 

Juicing green superfoods such as wheatgrass, algae, and green leafy vegetables help increase consumption of beneficial proteins and bacteria. Mixing these juice benefits with other nutrients, green superfoods aid in skin health, muscle and tissue building, digestive functions and overall illness and disease prevention. What makes green superfoods healthy is simply what makes them green. The high amounts of chlorophyll in green superfoods increase the oxygen levels in blood. This also increases the ability of cells to repair themselves and function appropriately.

Wheatgrass is possibly the most popular green superfood used by power juicers. The enzyme content and alkaline properties cleanses the blood and body when used in your juicer. For adding extra calcium to a juicing diet, try adding barley grass to your juice recipe. Barley grass contains over 10 times the amount of calcium than cow’s milk. 

Easy to find green leafy vegetables can not only add amazing health benefits, but they will also give your juicing diet a refreshing flavor and a crispy color. Popular juicing greens found at any supermarket include spinach, kale, watercress, lettuce, endive, broccoli, turnip greens, etc. With the best juicer on hand, you are sure to find many green superfoods that you never knew could be juiced. Juice away.

Simple Carrot Wheatgrass Juice
4 carrots
4 inch patch of wheatgrass


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