How to Get in a Huge Amount of Veggies, Without Taking a Single Bite

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JuicingThis guy really know how to juice.

Check out the huge stash of fruits and vegetables he has in his kitchen.

And in one marathon juicing session, he juices it all down to several large jars of juice.

There is way more that 5 servings of fruits and vegetables here.

ENHANCE BEAUTY, ENERGY AND MENTAL CLARITY WITH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES

Consuming huge amounts of vegetables is one of the quickest ways to get the body alkaline.
Juicing allows you to consume way more vegetables than you could ever chew.
And it’s a lot easier for the nutrients to get into your bloodstream.

I can tell you from experience, I have more energy when  I juice regularly than any other thing.

It is a lot of work and expense to juice however. It is well worth the time and effort.

Making smoothies is a runner up. A smaller volume of veggies is required and smoothies are less time consuming.

Also too, you can add other ingredients to a smoothie, like protein powder, chia seeds, and coconut flakes. You could add almost anything to a smoothie, try some experimentation for a unique flavor experience. I like to add in a few fennel seeds, they have a licorice flavor and help with digestion. An Indian restaurant I went to recently had a bowl of fennel seeds by the cash register. I scooped  up a small spoonful to chew on after lunch.

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3 thoughts on “How to Get in a Huge Amount of Veggies, Without Taking a Single Bite

  • February 13, 2012 at 4:06 pm
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    SORRY….I’m a Canadian, eh! Presentation was too intermingled with chat, overviews of proliferations of non-essentials, etc. and lacked …,. for me… real concrete details. I ‘could be’ interested in raw food daily diet?? ………..but would have to figure out most of it on my own. $40 – $50- daily, you say. How So? Eileen

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  • February 13, 2012 at 2:59 pm
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    I have been told you have to consume the juiced vegetables and fruit within 20 minutes of juicing or it loses its potency. Is this true?

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    • February 15, 2012 at 6:31 pm
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      Fruit and veggie juices are highly persishable. They are best consumed right after juicing.

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