- You get what you pay for.
If you buy a cheap juicer, you are destining your juicing experience to be loud and unpredictable. Cheap juicers break easily and produce lower quality juice. If you can’t afford the very best juicers available, go for a mid-priced machine.
- Start by juicing veggies you like.
When you first start out with juicing, it’s best to drink juice from vegetables that you would eat non-juiced. This way, you’ll enjoy the taste of the vegetable juice, and after you become a regular juicer, you can incorporate veggies that you typically wouldn’t eat.
- Listen to your body.
After you drink your veggie juice in the morning, your tummy should stay happy. If you feel sick to your stomach or feel “off,” then you’re probably drinking veggie juice that you shouldn’t be drinking. Everybody’s body is different. Listen to yours, and only drink juice that makes you feel great.
coconuts, cranberries, lemons and ginger to make your juice tasty.
- Coconut tastes fantastic and is a great source of fat. Yes, you do need fat in your diet—just not too much of it!
- Cranberries are a terrific source of antioxidants—even better than broccoli. Try to limit your cranberry juice consumption to four ounces per pint of juice.
- When you use lemons in your juicing, leave the white rind on it—it contains some really good nutrients.
- Fresh ginger gives your veggie juice a killer kick!