Juicing

Juicing is one of the best ways to get vital nutrients into your body and this is especially important from the moment you decide to conceive and all the way through your pregnancy.   By juicing every day you’ll ensure both you and your baby receive a huge dose of goodness while making you feel amazing at the same time- both inside and out.   Juicing your fruits and vegetables preserves those vital enzymes which are often diminished during the cooking stages.img_9206

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 During pregnancy it is always important to ensure all vegetables and fruits are thoroughly washed and scrubbed to eliminate any toxins.  If you can stretch to organic great but if not just ensure everything that goes in your juicer is clean.

 Ginger in your juice is perfect.  I especially love Carrot, Orange and Ginger and the benefits of Ginger are huge. In fact its been reported that ginger has shown a success rate of 75 percent in curing morning sickness and stomach flu.  It also contains some of the most potent anti inflammatory fighting substances and is a natural painkiller.   Plus Cucumber, Lime and Kale is a great way to boost your folic acid intake and dark leafy greens  added to your juices will boost your iron intake too.However it is also very important to add that in no way should juicing be a meal replacement during pregnancy.  It’s great to do an occasional juice cleanse for a few days when you’re not pregnant but the reason for a juice cleanse is to eliminate all toxins in your bloodstream and having done a few cleanses myself; its exhausting and extremely demanding on your body. image  Your unborn baby will not benefit from this in any way so ensure your juices are used in conjunction with your healthy diet and to ensure you get all those healthy vitamins you need. Lastly remember if you’re not going to drink your juices straight away, be sure to store them in an air tight container to preserve the goodness.  Although to be honest nothing beats the taste of drinking your juice fresh.

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