The growing question seems to be in the health community is: Should you juice your fruits and vegetables? The trendy thing to do is to juice since the film ‘Sick, Fat and Nearly Dead’ were released. Is there any truth to the reboot, he claimed in the film? My Health stated on October 7, 2013, the growing trend in all across the country is juice bars.
One of the most popular juices found either in juice bars or homemade at homes is a mix of Kale, cucumber and spinach. The juice bars call this blend a reboot juice. When you drink a reboot juice, it triggers a health reboot which will reset your body, according to a juicing expert from a yoga studio in California.
Juicing bars are easily found in all over in Miami. One can find fruit juices, vegetable juice, a mix of the two or a reboot style juice. Many Floridians refer to juice as Florida’s new wine. So, many people care more about their health, it only makes sense that juicing would be a trending thing to do.
Another juicing trend is the detox juice fast. Advertisements claim you can lose up to 10 pounds in a few days of drink only vegetable and fruit juice, no solid food. Those who have completed the detox juice fast, claim they felt amazing afterwards. Tthe end result was they felt thinner, less bloated, clear-headed and had much, more energy. One participant went so far, as to say the feeling she receives after detoxing is addictive.
Juicing is really a great way to add more fruits and vegetables in your diet. Partaking in an all juice fast is a little extreme for most people, adding juice in the morning or as a snack is a much more feasible option. Juicing is recommended because it delivers the vegetable or fruits micronutrients to your body within minutes, unlike eating does. Have you tried juicing? What do you think of the new trend?