Before you try to cram another handful of kale into a vastly under-sized juicer, perhaps it would be beneficial to have a quick read through of this brief, yet very useful article.
If you’re looking to get into juicing for the first time, or if perhaps you’ve tried juicing before but never really got on with it, it will certainly not hurt to receive a little help along the way.
Juicing is not as easy as people think, but with the right guidance, it needn’t be that much of a challenge either.
To help you get the most out of your juice adventure, take a look at the following, as we list several useful juice hacks to try, whether cleansing, detoxing, fasting, or simply boosting your health and well-being.
Importance Of Washing Fruits & Veggies
You see, fresh fruits and vegetables are often sprayed with chemical pesticides, and grown using artificial fertilizers, that do your body no good at all.
By simply giving all of your ingredients a good wash under cold running water however, you can rinse away anything that isn’t supposed to be there, leaving you with fresh and healthy ingredients.
When Life Should Give you Lemons
By simply throwing in a good wedge of lemon however, the taste is completely transformed, and this goes with all juice recipes.
To disguise the taste of vegetables, be sure to add a good chunk of lemon to the juicer and the concentrated lemon juice will work wonders.
Lemon juice is also packed full of vitamin C, and is low in fructose.
Chop and Prep Fruits & Veggies
To help save you a great deal of time, wash your produce, get plenty of Tupperware, and peel and chop your ingredients so that they’re ready to be put directly into the juicer. It may not sound like much, but this hack will make your life so much easier once you’ve prepped everything.
Make More Than One
You see, if you’re tired, hungry, in a rush, and struggling to find room in the kitchen, making a glass of fresh juice will be difficult.
Instead, what you should do is set aside an hour or so, and make a few batches of juice, say enough for the next 2, perhaps 3 days.
You can then simply transfer the juice into bottles and store in the fridge for the next few days. Then you simply pour yourself a glass when you’re hungry, and you’re good to go.
The juice will still be crammed full of nutrients if kept in the fridge, just be sure to use it within 3 days, and be sure to place an airtight cap on the bottle, as the less oxygen that gets in, the fresher and healthier the juice becomes.
You can even freeze juice if need be.