4 Things You Didn’t Know About Drinking Green Juices:
As we know recently the detoxing become very popular and everyone want to try to losing weight and clean their body. Here are some advices of drinking the green juice specific:
1. Don’t consider it as meal replacement. Proportionally speaking, most green juices are very low in calories and protein, with the majority of calories coming from carbohydrates, while drinking green juice can be an excellent way to increase your daily servings of vegetables.
2. Don’t use too many sugary fruits. Just like eating too many sweets can send your body into a blood sugar tailspin, drinking juices with too many sugary fruits can leave you with energy highs and lows. Many commercial green juices are loaded with sugar, and they often contain more fruit than we should be consuming in one sitting.
3. Don’t wait too long to drink it. Drinking green juice immediately gives you the biggest nutrient bang for your buck, since the natural enzymes in fruits and vegetables start breaking down as soon as they are exposed to air.
4. Drink it on an empty stomach. I prefer to drink my green juice on an empty stomach—after I’ve worked out in the morning—because I like the idea of the nutrients going straight to my digestive. Drinking fresh fruit and veggie juice is the fastest way to allow your body to absorb all those vitamins
and minerals—even faster than eating the fruits and veggies whole. So, drinking a green juice after eating a big meal will only slow down the process of those nutrients entering your system.
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