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Why Juice When We can have Vegetables and Fruits Raw?

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Fruits and Vegetable Juices are not substitute for eating vegetables and fruits, but juicing provides many advantages. We tend to eat same vegetables, but with juicing, we can make variety of fruit and vegetable combination. Example, it is difficult to prepare a dish with Amla, Tulasi and Orange. However, you can juice all together. Juicing is an efficient manner of making your body absorb all the important food and vegetable nutrients. Juices can be used to complete daily requirement of 5-6 vegetable and fruits servings.

About 100 Calories or Less

A medium size apple (72 calories)

A medium size banana (105 calories)

1 cup steamed green beans (44 calories)

1 cup blueberries (83 calories)

1 cup grapes (100 calories)

1 cup carrots (45 calories)


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