The pulp, or the fiber, is also very healthy. A high-fiber diet can lower your risk of hemorrhoids, irritable bowel syndrome and diverticular disease The soluble fiber has been known to lower blood cholesterol levels and slow the absorption of sugar, reducing the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. You can add the pulp back to your juice for these added health benefits. I like to use a Nutribullet because it retains the fiber.

The juices should taste pleasant and not nauseating. I can’t emphasize enough, the importance of listening to your body.
After drinking juices, your stomach should be calm the whole day long, not churning and growling and leaving you with a queasy feeling. If this happens, your body is telling you that you have probably consumed something which your stomach is not accustomed to. You can condition your stomach by taking the same thing in smaller amounts in the future, and slowly increasing the amount.

Nutritious qualities from juice and live food give life to your body. Get rid of the refined, bleached, preserved and processed foods with artificial colors/flavors, and chemical additives. Choose pure, natural and whole foods and juices and watch how different you will feel. Eat one to two pounds daily to get he level of nutrients you need. This can easily be done through juicing.