Top Juicing Tips

Top Tips On How To Make the Best Juice

by Bob Hannum
July 27, 2013

  Table of Contents

 - Go Organic
 - Choose the Right             Juicer
 - Don't Save It
 - Juicer Vs Blender
 - Go Green
 - Don't Juice These
 - Use the Skin
 - Use the Pulp
 - Use the Pith
 - Be Creative
Here are the top tips on how to make the very best fresh juice at home. These tips will make juicing quick and easy, help you avoid costly mistakes, and insure that your juice is healthy and nutrient rich.

Go Organic

Fruits and vegetables absorb whatever chemicals are used to grow them. Thus, if it's affordable you should use organic fruits and vegetables because they insure that your juice is pesticide-free.

Choose The Right Juicer

“Slow” or “masticating” juicers get more juice from your produce, especially greens. I also like juicers that eject pulp from one spout and juice from another so I can conveniently add more pulp to my juice.

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Don’t Save It

It’s best to drink your fresh juice right away as it will spoil in 24 hours, even less if you juice melon, broccoli, cauliflower, or cabbage.

Juicer Vs Blender

Blenders will make you a great soup but not juice, unless you want a lumpy gritty drink!

Go Green

Vegetable greens are super foods, particularly wheatgrass.  Add just a small handful to all of your juice recipes – more and you are likely to upset your stomach.

Don’t Juice These

Avocados and bananas will clog your juicer unless you have a commercial model. Put these in a blender and then add them to your juice.

Use The Skin

The skin of most fruits and vegetables contains the highest amount of nutrients. The problem is that the skin doesn’t taste good. Try adding just a bit of the skin. For instance, when I leave 50% of the skin of the carrot in my juice it tastes just as sweet.

Use The Pulp

The pulp is a great source of fiber so I put a spoonful or two back into my juice. Or use the pulp for a great mock tuna salad by just adding mayonnaise!

Use The Pith

Juice that white fleshy stuff between the rind and the fruit - it has tons of nutrients!

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Be Creative

Make up your own juice recipes. Tailor them to your own taste and health needs. When I first started juicing it was helpful to know what fruits and veggies taste particularly good so I didn’t waste time and money juicing terrible tasting combinations. A good recipe book can also save you time hunting for special juicing recipes that target your particular health concerns, such as low energy, memory loss, diabetes, high blood pressure, weight loss, and asthma to name just a few! My favorite juicing recipe book is not only complete but also costs less than any other recipe book available today, proving that there really are some great bargains!  You can find Ultimate Juicing Recipes & Tips right here in the "Juice Away Illness!" box above on the right!

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