Cold press juicers have been all the rage recently with health enthusiasts. It is a common word by now that cold press juicing is a way of juicing which ensures that your juices have more antioxidants, minerals, and vitamins. It ensures that you get the most out of your fruits by tearing at the fruits’ cells and fibers to release as many nutrients and enzymes as would be possible. Cold press juicers make a healthy and flavorsome drink which can be used as a replacement for your morning tea or coffee, or any other beverage that is harmful in excess. What is more though is that to counter the disadvantage of having a lot of fruit juice which means consuming fructose, the sugar found in sweet fruits, in a huge amount, cold press juicing makes it possible for you to juice greens and vegetables. Let us look at some of the aspects of juicing leafy greens with cold press juicers.
While the world transitions towards the life changing realization that fruit juices should not be consumed in a large quantity because of their high sugar content as a practical gateway to diabetes, vegetable juices provide the perfect juicing alternative for the world to switch to. Low and negligible in their sugar content, vegetable juices have the same benefits as fruit juices but without the disadvantage of hiding the enemy disguised in sweetness; sugar. If you are not used to unsweetened juices you can even add in one apple in your green juice mixture to give it mild sweetening while keeping a healthy balance.
Vegetables like spinach, kale, broccoli, and beetroot are high in fibers which can help with digestion, amino acids which can help reduce insomnia, and antioxidants and vitamins which can detox and cleanse the body. These are only a few benefits which vegetables and greens offer. There is a lot more which they do and help with. Although vegetable juices cannot be a replacement for eating vegetables, they can surely be a great way to get a morning burst of nutrients if you are running late.
Many substances found in green juices are especially revitalizing for your skin. Vitamins C and E found in vegetable juices help cleanse the harmful toxins in the skin which often cause tanning and acne. Similarly, vitamin A is essential for cell regeneration and growth. All these antioxidants and the additional hydrating power in vegetables combine to provide you with healthy, glowing skin immune to pimples, decolorization, and dryness.
Of course vegetable juices are especially energizing. They contain nutrients essential to providing your body with the necessary means to convert food to energy. One such nutrient is vitamin B12. A quick tall glass of a healthy drink can even leave you feeling energized.
Vegetable juices are also widely used as an alternative to satisfy junk food and other unhealthy food cravings. It is a good routine starter for leading a healthier lifestyle.