I’ve seen a few posts on the internet recently about common juicing mistakes, some of which I agree with and some don’t. For example, why is “leaving your juicer dirty” a juicing mistake? Sure, if you have time then it is probably a good idea to clean your juicer straight after you make your juice, but if you are running late for work and don’t have time to make your juices and clean the juicer, make the juice and clean up when you get home!
Anyway, having reflected on some of the other articles here is my own list of common juicing mistakes:
Freshly extracted juices and pasturised bottled juices are NOT THE SAME. In fact, they are not even close. Click here to learn more.
I recently read an article that advised brushing your teeth immediately after drinking your juice. This advice is completely wrong. Click here to learn more.
Whilst many people focus solely on green juices, my advice is to juice a rainbow of colours – leafy greens, carrots, beetroot (beets), etc. Click here to read more.
You can do a 7 day juice reboot for approx the same budget as the poorest 20% of non-retired single adult UK households spend on food. Click here to read more.
Too much fruit when juicing can expose your body to a large amount of sugar in the form of fructose (fruit sugar). Watch the amount of sweet fruit used in green juices, especially if you are sensitive to glycemic fluctuations. Click here to learn more.
My experience in nearly 4 years of juicing is that simple juices are often the tastiest. Click here to read more.
Juices and smoothies are food and not meant to be poured straight down your throat. Click here to read more.
Perhaps the biggest juicing mistake of all is making excuses about why you are not juicing. Click here to read more.
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