You Eat Five A Day…

But Mostly By Juic­ing

Woman's Weekly (UK) - - Health -

Juic­ing re­moves the fi­brous pulp from fruit and veg, which helps to ‘sweep’ clean our bow­els and is key for di­ges­tive health. Lots of us don’t eat enough fibre – most peo­ple get around 18g a day, when we should be aim­ing for at least 30g. It’s fine to juice, but try to in­cor­po­rate more whole fruit and veg into your day so you get the fibre ben­e­fits too.

Aim to use more green veg than fruit when juic­ing to pre­vent sugar rushes. Add left­over fi­brous pulp to soups or muf­fin mixes.

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