2. Try 1-2 Root Vegetables
Root vegetables such as carrots or beets can also be added to your juicing recipes for added health benefits.
You should try introducing one or two root vegetables into each juice you make. B
eets are excellent to add because they have a lot of potassium, vitamins A and C, and calcium.
Carrots also have vitamins A, B, C, D, E, and K along with potassium, calcium, minerals, sodium, and phosphorous. Other root vegetable options include turnips, radishes, potatoes, parsnip, and green onions.
3. Always Use Leafy Greens
When juicing, your ingredients should always contain at least one leafy green vegetable such as kale, broccoli, Romaine lettuce, or spinach.
These vegetables keep your blood sugar and insulin levels in check, and they have many health benefits for you. Romaine or another type of lettuce is especially good, and others can be added for variety in taste.
Leafy green vegetables have the advantage of a low calorie count as well as many nutrients. These include fiber, vitamin C, potassium, folic acid, and magnesium.