The Difference Between Juicing and Blending

🍎People often ask if they can just use their Nutribullet or Vitamix to make their juice recipe. However, if you do this, it will come out very thick and not taste the same.

🍎A juicer opens the cell wall of the plant and removes the insoluble fiber so that the juice can be easily absorbed into the system.

🍎The soluble fiber remains in the juice, attaching to cholesterol particles and removing them from the body, which can help lower LDL cholesterol. This fiber also absorbs water and turns it into gel in the intestines. Soluble fiber helps sugar to be absorbed more slowly and can help with blood glucose levels.

🍎Fresh juice is absorbed into the bloodstream, providing readily available vitamins, minerals and enzymes that can be easily absorbed into the body, even if digestion is poor.

🍎The juicer in this video is the Omega VSJ843Q slow juicer. It works at a slow speed of 43Rpm, which helps keep nutrients intact and allows you to store your juice for up to 72 hours.

🍎One of my favorite juice recipes is Heart Beet:

• 12 carrots
• 2 oranges
• 1 apple
• 1 beet
• 1/2 lemon

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