Fruit and vegetables juice diet plan
How to Juice: 6 Steps & Expert Tips:
2.Follow the manufacturer's instructions for juicing—every juicer machine is different.
4.Follow with soft vegetables and/or fruits (tomatoes, berries, etc.).
6.Drink fresh juice within a day or freeze it.
7-Day Juice Plan
Juices are great any time of day but are a nice addition to a healthy breakfast or as a snack.
(Note: Each recipe makes two 8- to 10-ounce servings of juice.)
Day 1: Green Juice
Fun Fact: The celery and parsley in this juice deliver apigenin, a compound that promotes the death of cancerous cells, according to new research from Ohio State University.
Day 2: Tomato-Vegetable Juice
Fun Fact: When people drank a glass of vegetable juice daily, they got double the veggie servings of people who just tried eating more vegetables.
Day 3: Strawberry-Cucumber Juice
Fun Fact: Strawberries are the third-best food source of polyphenols, antioxidants believed to reduce risk of cancer and heart disease, which Harvard researchers have shown help keep your teeth healthy.
Day 4: Blueberry-Cabbage Power Juice
Fun Fact: Red cabbage and blueberries pack this juice with anthocyanins, which may help keep your memory sharp.
Day 5: Spinach-Apple Juice
Fun Fact: The spinach in this juice provides a healthy dose of vitamin K, which helps keep your bones strong.
Day 6: Ginger-Beet Juice
Fun Fact: Drinking beet juice before a workout may increase your stamina by boosting blood flow, which gets your muscles the fuel and oxygen they need.
Day 7: Carrot-Orange Juice
Fun Fact: When people washed down a high-fat meal with a vitamin-C-rich fruit juice (this one provides 66% daily value) they had significantly lower levels of cholesterol and triglycerides in their blood versus those who drank a placebo.
Tips for How to Buy the Best Juicer
There are many types of juicers on the market, but they can all be classified into two main categories: high-speed (a.k.a. centrifugal juicers) or low-speed (a.k.a. masticating, cold-press or low-revolution-per-minute juicers).
High-speed juicers process fruits and vegetables at a higher speed through contact with a spinning shredder against a mesh filter, creating a "centrifuge" force. With nonejection types, the pulp remains in the shredder basket; with automatic-ejection types, the pulp is discarded into a separate waste basket. High-speed juicers tend to be less expensive, however proponents of the raw food movement say the heat produced along with the high speed may break down some of the nutrients as the juice is extracted.
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Do's and Dont's of Plan2003-09-29 15:35:54 by rey21
Absolutely forbidden are alcohol, bread, and carbonated (fizzy) drinks including diet drinks and carbonated water (mineral or soda water). If alcohol is drunk, go off the diet at least one day.
Also Do not eat bread, or any grains (including cereals).
Stick with filtered or bottled water, unsweetened fruit juices or cranberry juice (and skim milk on the day allowed).
This is a chemical diet, and alters body chemistry. To make it work, the diet foods should not be diverged from, only these noted substitutions should be used. Do not mix different food types on any days that are not specifically allowed
First of all, you need to be on a low carb diet.2009-06-09 11:02:58 by happyenuf
Don't let anyone terrorize you out of eating correctly. Limit your carbs to fresh vegetables, berries, nuts, dairy and an occasional piece of fruit. Many diabetics willsee their disease recede entirely if they follow that eating plan. Avoid sugar, fruit juice, potatoes, rice, and bread. If you must have some of the above on occassion, stick to mixed grains. Avoid both regular soda with sugar and diet drinks of any kind - they both lead to metabolic syndrome. Caffeine causes blood sugar spikes in Type II diabetics, so avoid coffee as well.
My husband was diabetic. Once I got him on Atkins, it was gone