Why You Should Add Juicing to Your Diet – Plus Tailored Juicing Giveaway for $100 Worth of Gifts!

benefits of juice - Green juice is full of vitamins and minerals

Hello Eat Drink Better Readers,

Matt Cruz here. Today is an exciting day for you! Why? Well not only am I going talk about the benefits of juicing, but Eat Drink Better and I have teamed up to give away Tailored Juicing’s juicing system which is worth over $100. This is an exclusively giveaway for Eat Drink Better readers only, and we have two copies to give out. Ther’s more information about the giveaway at the end of the article. :)

So, what is a juice diet? Basically, it is based on drinking at least two freshly produced juices daily in addition to your normal balanced diet. I recommend this as opposed to a full juicing diet. For a full juicing diet, where you solely drink juice for a short period of time, it is recommended you consult your doctor first. These juices should be home produced in a juicer and not canned or bottled as you won’t get the same natural goodness from a shop-bought juice drink.

Juicing will help your body feel rejuvenated, refreshed and will improve your health and energy level generally. Your immune system gets a boost from the antioxidants in juice, and by increasing the amount of fruit and vegetables in your diet you can avoid many common illnesses and disorders.

Benefits of Tailored Juicing

Natural fruit and vegetables are filled with the vitamins and minerals you need to be in prime condition. Certain fruits and vegetables contain certain vitamins and minerals which are specifically able to combat unique conditions. Tailored juicing is a system that combines these fruits and veggies to meet your specific needs.

For example, citrus fruits such as lemons are filled with Vitamin C which is great for your skin, healing, and protection against conditions like scurvy. Cranberries are also known for their ‘super-fruit’ quality as they’re full of antioxidants to help combat UTIs and cystitis. Even more interesting, any fruits and vegetables that are orange in color such as carrots and pomegranates are filled with the pigment beta carotene which can reduce risk of heart disease and boost your immune system further still.

Tailored Juicing Exclusive Giveaway – WIN Our Juicing System Worth Over $100 (Ends on March 5th):

Tailored Juicing has teamed up with Eat Drink Better to offer two lucky Eat Drink Better readers the chance to win Tailored Juicing’s juicing system for free. This system is valued at over $100 and includes our Tailored Juicing eBook plus 4 Bonuses – How to Choose the Optimal Juicer eBook, Print Outs, The Fast Start Guide eBook & Free Lifetime Updates.

You’ll Learn:

  • The secret tailored juicing  formula
  • How to identify which nutrients you’re lacking & how to identify the fruits & vegetables that contain those nutrients
  • 3 little known, yet simple ways to take advantage of the power of juice
  • 3 proven steps to understanding how juice can detoxify and cleanse your body
  • 9 overlooked criteria for choosing a juicer.
  • How to easily design your personal tailored juicing recipes with our special system

For more information on the system on it head over to our website.

THE RULES (How to Enter):

We’re giving an opportunity for Twitter and Facebook users to enter. Here’s how:

  1. Share an article from Tailored Juicing on Facebook or Twitter.
  2. Let us know with a comment on this post.

That’s it! Easy peasy. We will cross reference the user names and then chose the 2 winners. Simple. The giveaway entry closes on March 5th, and we’ll announce the winners on March 8th.

Good Luck!

Matt Cruz

{Image Credit: Green Juice photo via Shutterstock}

11 thoughts on “Why You Should Add Juicing to Your Diet – Plus Tailored Juicing Giveaway for $100 Worth of Gifts!”

  1. Here is a recipe to use your carrot pulp left over from juicing.

    carrot pulp (left over from juicing)
    raw mayonnaise (recipe below)
    whatever veggies you want to add
    I use:
    Dried seaweed
    Bell peppers
    In a food processer (or blender) throw in:
    about 1 cup cashews
    half a lemon juiced
    1 small garlic clove
    half teaspoon salt
    apple cider vinegar to taste
    Olive oil (if desired) to taste
    water (eyeball to get the consistency you want)

    After taking your pulp out of the juicer, add raw mayonnaise and whatever you want as far as veggies go (celery, scallions, etc.). You can also add spices to taste including cumin if you want a curried version. Serve with greens, celery, or flatbread.

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