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First Look At Blendtec Smoother 525

Making your own fruit and vegetable juices at home is an inexpensive way to stay healthy and easily consume important nutrients. Whether you are making juice at home for healthy vegetable juices or for tasty fruit juices, these tips will help you make the best tasting and healthiest juices possible. Blendtec Blenders Use cucumber as a great flavor disguiser when you are juicing greens. Cucumber is excellent at masking the strong flavors inherent in greens. A juice's health benefits aren't going to do you much good if you can't stand to drink it. Cucumber also has the extra added benefit of being chockfull of important vitamins and nutrients itself. Drink your juice at room temperature in order to receive maximum health benefits. Chilling your juice will make it harder for your body to digest it, and therefore reduce the amount of nutrients you absorb. Also, chilling the juice requires it to sit in a fridge or freezer, and fresh juice is best immediately after you make it. Be aware that citrus fruits do not always work well in all juicers. Because of the consistency of the pulp in the fruit the juicer can get clogged with the pulp or rind. If using a standard juicer, peel the fruit and cut into small pieces; otherwise get a citrus juicer that you will use for these types of fruit specifically. Adding vegetables to your juice is a wonderful idea for getting more nutrients. Any type of leafy green is going to give you a stronger flavor; if you want to mask the taste of the veggies, try using cucumbers. You don't even need to peel them before putting them through your juicer, and they won't overpower the taste. If you want to improve your nutrition, give juicing a try. Juicing makes it easy to get all of your daily recommended servings of fruits and vegetables. While you will miss out on the fiber these foods provide, you will get all of the vitamins and minerals, and juice tastes great too! The best place to find the freshest produce for juicing at great prices is at a local farmer's market. Often, they are held once a week during the summer and fall months, and you'll find everything sold on a farm, including meat, eggs, dairy, baked goods, canned goods, and TONS of fresh fruit and vegetables! You should always remove the pits from fruit, such as peaches or plums, before juicing or you could dull the blades in your juicer. Apple seeds contain cyanide, so it's best not to eat those, either. Citrus seeds can be bitter and large enough to cause damage to your machine, so pick them out, too! To get the most out of your new juicer be open to trying fruit and vegetable combinations that you would not normally consider. Start out with basic juices, such as carrot or cucumber, but then get creative. Experiment with different vegetables and fruits. You can even use fresh herbs. If you like a really thick juice, try using softer fruits to make nectar! Apricots, peaches, pears, and strawberries are all excellent choices. You can add banana to make it an even smoother treat, but put it in the blender first or mash it and then add it to your juicer so that your motor doesn't end up wearing out. Note your body's reaction to drinking certain juices. You could drink a particular juice that upsets your body. If you drink a new juice and feel queasy or experience stomach churning, check the ingredients list and see if there's something you don't drink often. Use smaller quantities of this ingredient to get used to it. Which fruit and vegetables you use, what additives you choose, and even when you want to drink your juice are all variables that are up to you. We hope that the advice above will help you make sound decisions which lead to a happy juicing system for you, and better health for your entire family.


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