Juicing or Blending

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Juicing or Blending

What's the difference?

 

Both juicing and blending each have their health benefits. It just depends on which
fruits and vegetables you’d like to combine, and whether you’re after a concentration of vitamins and minerals or a nutritious meal replacement. Maybe you’re a pulp kind-of-person or more of a smooth operator.


So let’s take a closer look.

 

Benefits

  • Separates the juice and insoluble fibre (pulp)
  • Smooth, palatable beverage rich in vitamins and colour
  • Nutrients are more highly concentrated and considered to absorb faster
  • Everything that goes in, stays in
  • Both insoluble and soluble fibre remains in a thicker beverage
  • Versatility for additional ingredients such as nuts, soft fruits and dairy

Best Ingredients

Ingredients higher in water content and lower in pulp make great options for juicing. Here are some of the fruits and vegetables you can use to make delicious tasting juices.

Ingredients with a high fibre to juice ratio are ideal to create thicker blended drinks. Try these fruit and vegetables to create healthy, flavorsome blended beverages.

Orange

Orange

Apple

Apple

Cucumber

Cucumber

Celery

Celery

Carrot

Carrot

Spinach

Spinach

Banana

Banana

Berries

Berries

Mango

Mango

Kale

Kale

Avocado

Avocado

Nuts

Nuts