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Vegetables and Fruit Juicing Benefits*

Posted by Nabil D. Abdel-Rahman on September 28, 2014 at 3:27 AM



If you’ve never considered juicing before, then I’m about to explain to you the reasons why you need to buy a juicer immediately. If you find yourself tired or fatigued throughout the day, have a specific health challenge, want to lose weight or have a better body, or simply want to live longer and have better health – then juicing absolutely needs to become apart of your lifestyle. Here’s why…

Juicing floods your body with vital nutrients, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants for your body to repair itself, strengthen the immune system and for cell growth and regeneration. Your body doesn’t have to spend time digesting the juice, which means you rapidly absorb all of the nutrients within minutes, giving you a unstoppable levels of energy that will stay with you throughout the day.

Many of the nutrients in vegetables and fruits are locked into the fiber of it, therefor much of the potential benefits of the fiber is lost due to the digestive system not being able to unlock it. The benefit of juicing is that it releases the fiber’s nutrition so that benefit may be realized. This is another reason why you also want to invest in a good quality juicer, like the Omega J8004.

Juicing extracts the vital nutrients from the peel, pit and seeds of the fruit or vegetable, which is usually parts of the fruit or vegetable that we do not eat. When you juice, you’re getting the benefit of all these extra nutrients that would otherwise be lost without a juicer.

When you cook or heat vegetables in any way, you’re killing the enzymes in them. By juicing fruits and vegetables and consuming them raw, you’re able to absorb the enzymes in the food, which is one of the most important processes of life and helps you to be able to digest food. Enzymes are involved in everything from thinking to blinking. Many cheap juicers (like the one I had before) actually heats the juice as it shreds it, which kills much of the enzymes. This is another reason why I love the Omega Juicer 8004, as it’s a slow-juicer and doesn’t heat them juice in any way.

By investing in a good quality juicer, you reduce the amount of foaming of the juice, which is indicates oxidation. The less foam that is created by a good quality juicer, the more antioxidants that you will benefit from.

Juicing is a great snack or meal replacement, as it can fill you up, give you the nutrients you need, and easily help you lose weight as you won’t be as hungry. It will also get rid of many cravings that you experience, whether it be for sugar or yeast.

Juicing helps detox and cleanse your body, helping it get rid of toxins, fats, preservatives, and chemicals. As your body becomes more detoxified and “cleaned out”, it will be able to better utilize and access restorative and sustaining nutrients, which will make you feel more naturally energetic and get rid of any health challenges or symptoms.

Juicing has been known to help the digestive system function more efficiently, helping to relieve constipation and reduce the risk of colon cancer. A better digestive tract will help you absorb nutrients from foods better and help you speed up digestion.

I’m not even beginning to scratch the surface of the benefits of juicing. Below, I’m going to share more specific benefits of juicing certain vegetables and fruits, which is important as juicing allows you to benefit from vegetables and fruits you wouldn’t normally be consuming.


People ask me “Why not just blend the vegetables and fruits, rather than juice them?” and it’s a good question. While I love blending and making shakes, there are certain benefits from juicing that blending doesn’t provide. First, juicing gives our digestive tract a rest, instantly energizes our body, and immediately assimilates vitamins, minerals and enzymes into our bloodstream. On the other hand, when you blend, the fruits and vegetables still contain the pulp and fiber, which requires effort for our digestive tract to assimilate and takes longer to assimilate into our system. While fiber is good for us and helps us cleanse the intestines, the downside of it is that you aren’t able to consume as much as if you were to juice. Juicing allows you to consume a wider variety and more volume of fruits and vegetables at a time without being too full. This has a huge benefit of cleansing the body and providing incredible levels of energy that blending cannot.

I’ve done juicing and blending, and I personally use both. But I prefer juicing for the health benefits and for consuming vegetables. Usually when I blend shakes, I add in protein powder and other elements, along with some berries, a banana, and other pieces of fruit. Sometimes I’ll throw in some vegetables, but it can be too filling and I don’t experience anywhere near the same amount of energy that I get from juicing.



   I think it’s safe for us to admit that we ALL would like to get more vegetables in our diet. We know it’s important, but sometimes a salad isn’t that appetizing for us and it can feel like a chore to be consuming salads on a daily basis. Once I purchased my Omega Juicer 8004, consuming vegetables no longer became an issue. Owning a juicer immediately get rid of any procrastination I had towards consuming vegetables and it has now become an enjoyable part of my morning ritual.

One thing that has drastically helped me to WANT to juice and consume more vegetables was simply understanding the benefits I was getting from each vegetable. Below is a list of the benefits of specific vegetables while juicing.




Vitamins: A, B, C, E

Minerals: Iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorous, potassium, silicon and sodium

Beetroot juice is extremely powerful and should be consumed in small quantities and mixed with other vegetables, as it’s an excellent cleanser and purifier of the blood. It’s also effective in cleansing out the kidneys, liver and arteries. It’s also great for digestive problems such as constipation, as well as strengthening the bones.


Bell Pepper Juice


Vitamins: A, B and C

Minerals: Copper, iron, potassium, manganese, magnesium, selenium, and zinc.

Red, green, orange and yellow bell pepper juice is a powerful antioxidant. They help to lower cholesterol levels, which is a risk for heart attack and stroke. They’ve been known to help in preventing colon cancer.




Vitamins: A, B, C, E, and K

Minerals: Calcium, copper, iron, potassium, and zinc

Broccoli juice is effective in fighting cancer and preventing cataracts, as it contains large amounts of antioxidants.




Vitamins: A, B, C, and E

Minerals: Calcium, chlorine, iodine, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium and sulphur

Cabbage juice is an amazing cleanser of the internal system and the whole body, as well as highly antiseptic. It’s great for getting rid of constipation and helps to reduce high blood pressure. Cabbage juice is often used to help get rid of fat and also is often prescribed to cure asthma, coughs, colds and the flu. People that sweat a lot should consume raw cabbage everyday.




Vitamins: A, B, C, D, E, G, and K

Minerals: Calcium, copper, iodine, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorous, potassium, sodium, and sulphur

Carrot juice is a great tonic for just about every ailment imaginable. It’s the most effective for preventing cataracts and other eye problems, as well as energizing and cleansing the body fast. Carrot juice is also a fantastic remedy for treating ulcers, liver problems and asthma. It can also help prevent tooth decay and gum disease.




Vitamins: B and C

Minerals: Iron, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, and sodium

Celery juice is known to help get rid of rheumatic and arthritic pain and inflammation. It can also help in recovering from any illness, including the cold or flu, as it helps to replace lost minerals in the body. Celery contains a lot of potassium, which helps to lower blood pressure and is effective in strengthening the stomach, liver and kidneys. For insomnia and sleeping problems, celery juice is very effective.




Vitamins: A and C

Minerals: Calcium, iodine, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, silicon, and sodium

Cucumber juice is a fantastic tonic for healthy skin, hair and nails. It helps to control fluid retention and helps bladder problems. It also cleanses the blood and also treats arthritis.




Vitamins: A and C

Minerals: Calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, potassium and sodium

Dandelion juice are one of the most curative plants on the planet and the best thing about them is that they are free and can be picked in the field. They are effective for blood circulation and circulatory problems, therefor helping the skin and even cellulite. They contain a high amount of iron and can help anaemia sufferers and other blood disorders. Dandelion juice also helps cure ulcers and clear up kidney or bladder problems.




Vitamins: A and B

Minerals: Iron, Phosphorous, potassium, and zinc

Fennel juice is known as a digestive aid and can help with trapped wind, poor digestion and more painful conditions such as gastritis and enteritis. It also is a diuretic and effective with kidney or bladder troubles, along with fluid retention. It’s also great for combatting general tiredness and fatigue.




Vitamins: C

Minerals: Potassium, phosphorous, choline,

Garlic juice contains the amino acid, alliin, which scientists say has anti-biotic and bactericidal effects. It helps to promote cardiovascular activity and benefits the respiratory system. They’re powerful at boosting the immune system and people report never being sick when consuming garlic on a regular basis.




Vitamins: A, C and K

Minerals: Copper, calcium, sodium, potassium, iron, manganese, and phosphorous

Kale has powerful antioxidant properties that helps to protect against prostate and colon cancers. It helps to protect against infectious agents and scavenge harmful free radicals in the body. It helps treat osteoporosis, iron-deficiency anaemia, and protect against cardiovascular disease.




Vitamins: A, B, C, D, and E

Minerals: Calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, and potassium

Lettuce juice is excellent for helping with constipation. It’s a powerful diuretic that helps aid with bladder and circulatory problems such as fluid retention, cellulite and obesity. Lettuce contains a chemical substance similar to opium, which acts as a relaxant to the nervous system. It helps get rid of stress, anxiety, insomnia, and heart palpitations.




Vitamins: A and C

Minerals: Calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, potassium, sodium, and sulphur

Parsley juice is helpful for treating migraines, high blood pressure, eye disorders, and anaemia. It benefits those with hardened arteries and suffer from arthritis. It’s also a powerful cleanser of the blood and cures bladder, liver and kidney troubles.




Vitamins: A, B, C, and K

Minerals: Calcium, iodine, phosphorous, and potassium

Spinach juice has the most amount if iron in it than any other vegetable. It’s great for treating depression, fatigue, PMT, anaemia, and sufferers from SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder). It helps with digestion and is a great body cleanser. Spinach is known for helping to cure boils, ulcer, and abscesses.




Vitamins: A, B, C, and E

Minerals: Iron, phosphorous, potassium, and sulphur

Tomato juice is highly energizing and rich in nutrition. They are great for blood disorders and an amazing tonic for the nervous system. Tomato’s help people who suffer from anxiety, stress, nervousness, depression, and fatigue. They help to eliminate uric acid from the body and are beneficial for those with arthritis, gout and rheumatism. They are very detoxifying and can help skin disorders, such as acne and boils.




Vitamins: A, B, C, and E

Minerals: Calcium, chlorine, iron, magnesium, potassium, sodium, sulphur, and zinc

Watercress juice is amazing for getting rid of excess mucous and chronic bronchitis. It is also useful for preventing the flu or a cold. It’s great for curing anaemia, circulatory disorders and helps with kidney, bladder and liver problems.




Vitamins: A, B, C and E

Minerals: Calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, sodium, selenium, and zinc

Wheat grass juice is one of the most potently healthy substances on Earth. In fact, only 30 mls of freshly squeezed wheat grass juice (a shot of it) is equivalent in nutritional value to 1 kg of leafy green vegetables. It contains over 90 minerals, the essential enzymes, and has more vitamin C than oranges and twice the vitamin A as carrots. It helps the body build red blood cells which carry oxygen to every cell. It also contains 19 amino acids, the building blocks of protein and makes this one of the most powerful wheat grass benefits. Wheat grass helps fight off every disease known to man and is one of the best things you can put in your body.




     Fruit is fantastic to juice, along with vegetables, but the primary reason why I prefer juicing vegetables over fruit is because fruit contains a sugar called fructose. Fruit is generally good for you, but when you consume large quantities of it you are consuming mass amounts of sugar which can be too much for your body. Vegetables are also much lower in calories than fruit because of it. But, there are stills tons of benefits from fruit and they are worth juicing or mixing in with your vegetable juice.




Vitamins: A, B and C

Minerals: Calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, and potassium

Historically, apples have been prescribed to remedy virtually every illness going and still has the popular saying, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” Juicing apples help with arhritic and rheumatic conditions, as well as calming, soothing and cleansing the digestive tract. It’s effective in treating constipation and diarrhoea, and is also known to help the liver. Apples contain pectin, a substance that is said to soak up bad cholesterol, thus reducing levels in the blood.




Vitamins: A, B, C, and K

Minerals: Calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorous and potassium

Apricots are said to help slow down the aging process, along with age-related illnesses due to the high amounts of vitamin A found in it. It helps strengthen the bones and make hair and skin glow. The B vitamins in them help calm the nervous system and can help treat depression, PMT and menopausal problems. They can also help treat anaemia.




Vitamins: A, B, C and E

Minerals: Calcium and potassium

Blackberries contain high amounts of antioxidants and are effective in fighting free radicals, which are molecules that destroy cells and tissues in the body and are linked to cancer and heart disease. They are also helpful in controlling diabetes. Blackberries help cleanse the blood and can be used to treat sore throats and diarrhoea.




Vitamins: A, B, and C

Minerals: Calcium, copper, iodine, iron, phosphorous, and potassium

Grape juice is known to help with fatigue and lack of energy. They can be a great energy booster. It’s loaded in antioxidants and is said to delay the aging process. Grapes also help other ailments such as constipation, heart disease, fluid retention, gout, arthritis, tuberculosis, liver problems, haemorrhoids, and various allergies.




Vitamins: A, B, C, E, and P

Minerals: Calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, and potassium

Grapefruit juice is an antiseptic, blood cleanser and detoxifier. This is the primary reason why it’s included in so many detox programs and diets. It helps strengthen the lungs, stimulates the appetite and boosts the immune system.




Vitamins: C

Minerals: Calcium, iron, phosphorous, and potassium

Kiwi fruit juice contains more vitamin C than both orange and lemons, and as much potassium as bananas. Because of this, kiwi juice is amazing at treating anorexia and anaemia. Kiwi’s contain an enzyme that dissolves protein well and is therefor good for digestion. It is also said to help flush cholesterol from the blood.




Vitamins: B, C and P

Minerals: Calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, and potassium

Lemons are the best natural antiseptic. They cleanse the blood and whole body internally, including the kidneys, liver and digestive system. Lemon juice is known to eliminate toxins and is amazing for the skin. It’s also a well-known cold preventative.




Vitamins: B, C, and P

Minerals: Calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, and potassium

Orange juice is an incredible immune booster due to the high amounts of vitamin C that it contains. It helps prevent colds and infections. It’s a great cleanser of the internal system and calms the nervous system, making it effective in treating nervousness, anxiety and insomnia. It also helps the stomach and prevents indigestion, constipation and helps other digestive problems.




Vitamins: A, B and C

Minerals: Calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, sulphur, and zinc

Peach juice is an amazing diuretic and is a valuable digestive aid. It helps with constipation, indigestion and digestive problems caused by stress and anxiety. It helps to treat PMT and menopausal problems.




Vitamins: A, B and C

Minerals: Calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, sulphur, and zinc

Pear juice is a great treatment for arthritis, rheumatism and gout, due to its ability to dissolve uric acid crystals. It helps calm the nervous system, lowers blood pressure, treats bladder problems such as cystitis and may help with prostate problems and asthma.




Vitamins: B and C

Minerals: Calcium, copper, magnesium, manganese, and potassium

Pineapple juice helps with digestion, along with blood disorders, sore throats and cold problems. It’s well known for its anti-inflammatory properties due to the high level of enzymes found within it. It can help with gout, arthritis, and rheumatism, as well as other types of inflammation.


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