- Posted July 17, 2013 by
Pros and Cons of Juicing Diet
First the cabbage soup diet, then the atkins diet, gluten free diets, southbeach diet, and the paleo diet, and now the new trend the juicing diet. This diet claims that it helps in weight loss for cleansing system. You can add some fruits like apples, bananas, avocados and for vegetables, you can try spinach, kale, etc. Before taking and doing it up, be sure to check and be aware what would be the potential health risks and benefits of this diet.
1. It's a great way to squeeze fruits and vegetables into your diet when you don't want to eat them raw.
2.This way you don't waste food which costs money each year.
1. The nutrients in your fruits and vegetables will be reduced that includes fiber where all the vitamins and minerals are found. This means that you're discarding the portions of the organic produce.
2. It's an expensive diet which costs $60 to as much as $400. It's a lot of money to spend, you can use a blender for a variety of food but much less.
3.Juice isn't pasteurized which means it's a food-safety hazard. Better wash hands before preparing the juice, wash it with hot and soapy water after use.
Other Uses of Juicing
You can use juicing for losing weight or for cleansing, well it's not a good way beacuse it's short on nutrients that the body needs which are fiber and protein. Fiber which keeps us full for a longer time and protein that keeps us build and maintain lean muscle muss that burns carlories even when we are at rest.
The Real Deal
Juicing can be a part of a healthy diet, but not a magic food that can make you skinny or cure whatever ails you. Better consult a doctore before juicing to prevent potential drug and nutrient hazards. This is because of people who uses dark, leafy greens like kale and spinach for juice concoctions.