"We believe that both juicing and blending are very beneficial but in different ways."
"There is no straightforward answer because I cannot compare the two methods. They both give you ."
With juicing, it’s not about the fiber,. That's the reason we juice.
- restore the body at a cellular level; makes the cells happy
- is about getting the optimum nutrition into our cells directly, and quickly
- people tend to do juicing for HEALTH reasons
- you can pack more servings of fruits and veggies into a single serving of juice
- without fiber in the juice, some people tend to get hungry again quickly
- the pressing method makes the green juice tastes better
When you juice you are removing the insoluble fiber – the pulp. Don’t get me wrong. Fiber is good for you. It keeps your digestive tract healthy and it slows down the absorption of sugar. But it also slows down the absorption of nutrients and some nutrients stay in the fiber. When you juice, you are extracting up to 70% of the nutrition right into your glass, and without the insoluble fiber your body absorbs 100% of these nutrients.
- you probably get only up to about 35% absorption of the vitamins and minerals (if your digestive system is good)
- you can add in powders, granules, nuts, seeds, ice cubes, spices, herbs, etc. to improve the taste
- you can use non-juiceable fruits like banana, avocado, papaya
- smoothies are more filling (fiber), and faster to make: great to drink as your breakfast