Juicing creates left over fiber. The question is, what do you do with it?
Do you throw away the left over Fiber? Is there any nutrients in it?
The Complete Book of Juicing states the following as an example:QUESTION: When I juice fruits and vegetables, I throw away the fiber, but isn’t the fiber an important part of my diet? ANSWER: Definitely, yes. Fiber is an important part of your diet and you should juice too. Think about it – fiber refers to indigestible material found in plants; it is the juice that nourishes us. Our body actually converts the food we eat into juice so that it can be absorbed. Juicing helps the body’s digestive process and allows for quick absorption of high-quality nutrition. Juicing quickly provides the most easily digestible and concentrated nutritional benefits of fruits and vegetables. The result is increased energy levels. Juicing fresh fruits and vegetables does provide some fiber, particularly the soluble fiber. And it is the soluble fiber that has been shown to lower cholesterol levels and exert other beneficial effects beyond improved bowel functions.
5.6lbs of Fiber – 1 day of juicing for
“After a day of organic juicing I feel 100% better. The power of nutritive saturation is beyond comprehension.”