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The Advance of Bucks County - - BUCKS COUNTY BUSINESS -

odern tech­nol­ogy makes get­ting fruits and veg­eta­bles even eas­ier. There ex­ist juic­ing ma­chines that take the guess­work out of what in­gre­di­ents you are drink­ing. If you make your own, you’ll be in great shape.

The three ma­jor fac­tors to juic­ing are; choos­ing the right ma­chine for you. A bit of re­search is re­quired here, so start on line, read­ing about them. Then you need to se­lect the right pro­duce for you. Lots of recipes ex­ist, but you may know what you like in a com­bi­na­tion of tastes. Next comes the prepa­ra­tion of the pro­duce. It must be washed, and peeled, if nec­es­sary. Some of th­ese might sur­prise you though. For ex­am­ple, you need not peel car­rots or lemons, but or­anges and other cit­rus need peel­ing. Most peo­ple do not in­clude cel­ery leaves be­cause they cause the juice to have a bit­ter taste. The ma­chine you choose will give great tips in the lit­er­a­ture pro­vided.

By now we can all agree that con­sum­ing fresh fruits and veg­eta­bles is health­ful. In this day and age we need to help our­selves through our di­ets. While juic­ing can not take the place of sound med­i­cal treat­ment, it can be part of a diet that will keep you healthy, or help you heal. Many veg­etable and fruit com­bi­na­tions can pro­vide a great amount of cal­cium; as much or more than a glass of milk. The fol­low­ing have sur­pris­ing amounts of cal­cium. For ex­am­ple; Ap­ple 6oz., car­rot 7 oz. and Kale 3 oz. Or a com­bi­na­tion of ap­ple 10 oz., grape 5 oz., Lemon 1 oz. Th­ese are just some cal­cium rich

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