When you are starting a juicing regime, you will have a number of options. Of course, you could purchase cheap fruits and vegetables for your juicing recipes, but there are a lot more benefits to choosing organic juices over their cheaper counterparts.
You may not be aware of this, but when you drink juice, your body starts to receive the benefits straight away. If you eat fruit and vegetables before they have been juiced, your body has to spend time digesting them, but you don’t have this problem with juices.
Juice is absorbed into your body within minutes of you drinking it. When you drink organic juice, this is very healthy for you as there are not harmful chemicals or toxic products. You will benefit from the nourishment, vitamins, minerals, and water content of the juice immediately.
When you drink juices made from traditionally grown produce, the same happens. You don’t need to digest the juice so it is all absorbed into your body within minutes.
However, with non-organic produce you not only do you absorb the good properties of the juice, but you also absorb all the harmful chemicals too. Those fertilizers, insecticides, and fungicides will be passing through your blood stream in no time.
This is supported by studies of various crops by governmental agencies and the EWG™ yearly pesticide residue studies that provide the Dirty Dozen™ list of fruits and vegetables with the highest amount of pesticide residue on them, with apples making the list for 3 years running, along with grapes, celery, cucumbers, spinach, peaches and kale.
These harmful properties all add up to bad consequences to your health. Harmful chemicals that can be found in commercial fruits and juices have been linked to cancers and infertility issues. Just imagine those chemicals running through your system.
This is why it is so important to remember to choose organic for your juicing every time. It is worth the extra cost to know that you are making the best possible health decisions.
Organic ingredients are more expensive because of the extra work that goes into its production. Cheap fruit and vegetables are easy to grow as they are sprayed with fertilizer and insecticides, which aren’t good for our health. They have been linked with several health problems and are a controversial part of food production.
With organic food, the farmers must take extra care of their crops, often growing smaller quantities to ensure that their produce is of the highest quality. Organic fruit and vegetables are usually smaller because they have not been sprayed with harmful chemicals.
Because organic based juices are not filled with chemicals and have not been treated to prolong their shelf life, they have more minerals and vitamins than their cheaper counterparts do.
They also have plenty of antioxidants that help flush the toxins from our bodies. Other healthy foods that are not organic are still healthy in part, but not as healthy as organic as they don’t have the chance to create as many vitamins, nutrients and antioxidants.
Improved Immune System
When you choose organic over commercially grown produce, your immune system can benefit. Traditionally produced produce has higher levels of chemical pesticides and fertilizers that the vitamins and good bacteria in the produce are in a far lower quantity than organic. By choosing organic, your body will be better at fighting diseases and illnesses.
Organic fruit and vegetables have to spend longer in the sun and take in more natural rain and water. The sun is a vital part of the ripening process, so if you want to choose food that will always be super tasty as well as nutritious, you should always opt for organic.