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No, Centrifugal Juicers Don’t Destroy Nutrients
No, Centrifugal Juicers Don’t Destroy Nutrients
When juicing first became a mainstream idea, “the juicer to buy” was the centrifugal juicer. We all saw the infomercials and many of those same juicers can still be purchased. However, across the internet, new information quickly spread that centrifugal juicers produce too much heat and therefore kill all the nutrients we’re trying to drink! But is that true? Do centrifugal juicers destroy nutrients or is that internet hype? I did a lot of research to find out, and what I learned is that we have a lot more testing to do. Juice from a centrifugal juicer contains about 15% less nutrients, which is a minimal amount overall. This information was the only unbiased, well-tested
What Do I Do With Leftover Juice Pulp? (Ideas You’ll Actually Use)
What Do I Do With Leftover Juice Pulp? (Ideas You’ll Actually Use)
When you put produce through the juicer, all that beautiful pulp gets left behind. Lots of fiber and some nutrients are still left in the pulp; and if you juice regularly, the amount of pulp adds up quickly. Surely there must be a creative way to use these leftovers (other than making unappetizing crackers and pastries). I was tired of throwing my juice pulp in the trash, so I went searching for better ideas on what to do. First, let’s cover the short list of what you can do with leftover juice pulp. Then, I’ll go over the beneficial uses of each idea.
What Vegetables & Fruits Should Not Be Juiced?
What Vegetables & Fruits Should Not Be Juiced?
When juicing, there are staple vegetables I return to again and again: carrots, cucumbers, leafy greens, apples, beets, and sweet potatoes. When it’s time to add a bit more variety, I find myself reaching for anything I can find in the fridge. But that got me thinking, are there any fruits and vegetables that I shouldn’t be juicing? Some produce can’t be juiced simply because you won’t be able to extract juice from it very well, such as berries and bananas. But I was most interested in potential negative side effects from juicing certain vegetables. We’ll cover a list of both the vegetables that should not be juiced for health reasons and those that