- Bio-availability or enhanced absorption and digestibility
- Bio-photons or life force (the plant captures the essence of the sun and passes that charge on to you (the opposite of dead food)
- Increased overall consumption of vegetables – the American Cancer Association recommends 5-9 servings per day
- Enzymes – work horses that speeds up biochemical reactions in the body
- Phyto-chemicals – anti-inflammatory compounds
- Antioxidants – donates electrons which decrease free radical stress in the body and thereby decreasing inflammation
- Vitamins – essential nutrients
- Minerals – coenzymes
- Increased energy
- Clear skin
- Organic water
Click here to watch a video on how to make fresh vegetable juice.
In a study noted in the J of Nutrition, 2010 [a randomized controlled trial] comparing the results of 3 groups of participants drinking 8 ounces of machine extracted vegetable to those consuming 16 ounces as compared to those who consumed no juice. It was found that juice consumption increased the overall intake of vegetables per day. Additionally, blood pressure at the end of the 12-week trial was lowered in pre-hypertensive patients.