Fresh juices offer a lot of health benefits such as a quick source of energy, essential vitamins and minerals, and the prevention of dehydration.
The vitamins and minerals that are easily utilized from fresh juice are necessary to maintain healthy body functioning and prevent diseases.
Certain vitamins such as vitamin A, C, and E play a vital role in sustaining and improving eye health. Juicing to improve eye health is as simple as including fruits and vegetables that contain these vitamins and other nutrients that help the condition of the eyes.
Ginger is a spice often used in baking and Asian dishes. Raw ginger is often referred to as ginger root although technically it is not a root but a special type of plant stem called a rhizome. The ginger plant is related to turmeric and cardamom.
Ginger has been used for centuries for a variety of different ailments and is often used to make tea. Its positive effect on digestion is well-known but it’s also used to treat nausea, vomiting, upset stomach, colds, flu, headaches and coughing.
There is a huge choice of juicers available today and while choice is always a good thing it can be hard to decide which juicer is best for you.
The number one thing that drives most of us when deciding which juicer to buy is our budget. A lot of people don’t have lots of money to spend in this economic climate. Of course some of us are luckier and have more money to spend on a juicer. Decide how much you can afford to spend first because this will most likely determine which type of juicer you end up buying.