The energy you get with drinking green juice is amazing! If you are one that comes home from a busy day at work and is completely exhausted, you should try green juice. If you are spending a lot more time on the sofa instead of anything else, you should try green juice. If you are wanting to reboot your life and have a fresh start (health-wise), you should try green juice.
I truly believe after you do a week of green juicing you start to crave that "high" you get on it. I suppose similar to my addiction I had with Diet Coke, but with green juice I feel BETTER after it. Juice on!
Here are some reasons to Green Juice:
Green juice is a readily assimilated, easily digestible, unbelievably nutritious superfood.
Drinking green juice fills your body with living enzymes, vitamins, oxygen, and phytonutrients. Which boosts your body's natural ability to fight infection and heal chronic diseases.
It adds enzymes to you body, and your body's aging process is indicative of how many enzymes are in your body. So by adding green juice to your diet, you may even add years to your life.
Green juice helps your body return itself to a state of healthy alkalinity. The pH of human blood has a very narrow window of safety, from about 7.35 to 7.45. If it gets much above or below those levels, you are probably sick. Many foods are acidic (the opposite of alkaline) causing the body to work hard
to neutralize the affects of these foods on your blood. If the body is working like mad to keep your blood pH stable, it has less energy to fight assaults like cancer, chronic disease, and other infections.
The Vitamin K in green juice regulates blood clotting, aids in the production of osteocalcin, a protein that stimulates bone growth, protects against osteoporosis, helps prevent diabetes, and protects against inflammatory diseases including arthritis.
Studies have shown that green leafy vegetables significantly lower the risk of stomach, breast and skin cancer.
These same antioxidants have also been proven to decrease the risk of heart disease and prevent cataract and macticular degeneration in the eye.
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If you are considering doing a green juice reboot, I highly recommend you watch Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead before you do. You can watch on Netflix or at www.jointhereboot.com