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Juicing Winter Fruits

Posted December 17th, 2012

Fruit Juicer for Juicing fruits and vegetablesJuicing seasonal fruits using a juicer is very economical and a healthy way to consume all the necessary nutrients our body needs for sustenance. Juicing seasonal fruits with an electric juicer is an easy way to meet our daily nutrient requirement without having to eat so many fruits during the day. Here are some of the December seasonal fruits and their health benefits for your juicing needs.


Apple is rich in nutrients and it contains antioxidants that help prevent many diseases. Besides the antioxidants, apple contains fiber, Vitamin C, and B complex vitamin great for disease prevention. It is a good protector of the heart and also provides cushion to the joints.

Oranges are one of the most popular winter fruits. Not only do they taste great but they smell great too. That oranges are rich in Vitamin C is no secret. It also contains a range of phytochemicals, Vitamin A, B complex vitamins and minerals. The rich nutrients in the orange make our immune system more resistant to diseases. Orange juice is a popular drink and juicing fresh oranges in an electric juicer is a quick and easy option of getting the nutrients into the body faster besides eating the fruit.

Grapefruit is a member of the citrus family, like the orange, it is rich in dietary fiber and Vitamin C. It is an excellent source of Vitamin A as well as certain antioxidants. Minerals such as calcium and iron are also present in the grapefruit. It is also known for weight reduction effects, cholesterol level reduction and helps prevent arthritis.

Kiwis are loaded with Vitamins A and E and it is also rich in Vitamin C. They also possess as much potassium as bananas. The nutrients found in kiwi have been known to prevent some illnesses such as cancer and asthma related problems.

Papaya contains many important and essential nutrients that promote healthy living like Vitamins A, E, and C as well as folate and dietary fiber. It is also known to contain amounts of riboflavin, calcium, thiamine, iron and niacine. The carotenes and flavonoids antioxidants in papaya are instrumental in fighting the oxidants in our body. Eating papaya or drinking its juice will boost the immune system and alleviate inflammation.

Kiwi-Grape Juice
4 ripe kiwis peeled
1 cups green grapes
1 Granny Smith apples, cored and cut into large chunks
1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice

Using a fruit and vegetable juicer, juice kiwis, green grapes and apples. Transfer juice into a glass and stir in fresh lemon juice.

Citrus Apple delight
1 apple
1/4 grapefruit, peeled
1 orange
In a fruit and vegetable juicer, juice all ingredients



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