Blending Foods Vs. Juicing 1 – Introduction

This post is the first in a series of posts that will explore the differences between blending foods and juicing foods. There are costs and benefits to both. Whether you prefer to juice your food (which removes the fiber) or to blend your food (which retains the fiber), you will have access to the food’s natural, unspoiled nutrients.

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  1. Carolina October 12, 2015 at 12:50 pm #

    I like juicing, but after taking a glass of vegetables/fruit juice I’m still hungry. So I juice less often. I prefer fruit smoothies, which I have everyday for breakfast.

  2. barbeecain July 12, 2011 at 1:22 pm #

    i find that both methods serve me well. I try and incorporate both, daily. One major benefit of juicing is that you can juice the rind of foods without having to ingest all the fibrous material. The outsides of most fruits and veggies have many nutrients but are not always desirable with their bulk.

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