Instructions for making the best detox juice vegetable juice
How to have a glass of detox vegetable juice that cleanses the body – the best, the easiest to drink? The ratio between vegetables, tubers, fruits should balance how?
It is not necessary to have an absolute accurate number when practicing making detox juice. Let’s start by determining how many pieces of fruit and vegetables you will add to the juice and how many cups you drink each day. I recommend drinking 4 to 6 cups of juice per day, each with from 200 to 300ml, plus a minimum of 2 liters of water.
For example, if we make a glass of juice with 5 ingredients, 4 types of them are vegetables and 1 type is fruit. Or you can drink 1 cup of 100% fruit juice and the remaining 4 cups of the day 100% is vegetable juice.
Vegetables can also taste sweet!
Remember that vegetables like carrots, beets, sweet potatoes and other starchy vegetables can add natural sweetness to a cup of juice while they are still considered a vegetable. And citrus fruits like lime, yellow or grapefruit are very low in sugar, they also count as a fruit.
Eat diverse every day (green vegetables are mostly)
I also recommend that 50% of your daily juice or ingredients should be green vegetables to make sure you also drink low-sugar juices in combination with higher-sugar and carbohydrate-laden juices.
The way I set up, you should use 2 to 3 fruit juices with different colors and 3 green vegetable juices. This encourages the consumption of a variety of colors throughout the day to ensure that you eat and drink enough micronutrients, antioxidants and other plant-based nutrients, as each color represents for the various nutrients they own. Another golden rule for a healthy eating plan is to consume colorful, everyday foods like a rainbow!
Quantify each part like?
A serving of fruit = 1 piece – apples, oranges, pears or 1 cup of chopped fruit
A serving of vegetables = 1 cup of chopped vegetables
Example of 80/20 juice
Here are some ways we can follow the 80/20 rule:
The first juice of your day is 100% fruit while the remaining 4 juices are vegetables, 2-3 of which are green vegetable juices.
Juice 1 and 2 of the day is 50% fruit and 50% vegetables, while the remaining 3-4 cups of juice is full of vegetables.
Juices from 1 to 6 have 1 to 2 pieces of fruit with 4 to 8 parts of vegetables in a cup. 50% of the juice is green
This is just a suggestion for your reference, do not be too rigid to force it on yourself!