Why is Blake Lively Glowing? Get Her Secret for Luminescent Skin and Vibrant Health

Michelle/ September 7, 2015/ Healthy Juicing Benefits/

Fresh Fruits and Vegetables + a First Rate Juicing Machine = Mega star Radiance

Blake Lively, Colin Farrell, Alicia Silvers tone, Gwyneth Pal trow. All of these luminaries have one thing in common. They are “juicers” – and I don’t mean that they are pumping up on steroids. These celebrities are all fans of fresh juiced vegetables and fruits.

Juicing has become somewhat of a fad lately, but this fad is not a flash in the pan. The top shelf juicing machines are so well-designed that they can pull almost all of the nutrients out of fresh produce. And the body absorbs these nutrients faster and more efficiently.

Add one of these machines to a healthy portion of daily fruits and veggies, and you’ve got a one-two punch that will not only give you an effervescent glow, but you will be healthier and happier also.

Juicing with fresh, organic produce gives you sparkling skin, hair and eyes. And most people don’t know this, but it also provides an inner and natural SPF, too. Amazing stuff. Juicing is the true fountain of youth. And while juicing does cost some money, it won’t tear the hole in your pocket that expensive make-up and skin creams will.

Three Insanely Beneficial Juicing Foods

Today I am going to share with you three incredible foods to add to your juicing regime. These foods are celebrities in their own right, each abundant in potent nutrients for your body. Not only do these 3 foods possess anti-aging properties, but all 3 are natural preventative wellness elixirs and can actually reverse the symptoms of some health afflictions.

Getting innovative in how you use them in your juicing is up to you, but I hope that you will include them when you can, because you have so much to gain and absolutely nothing to lose. I’m not going to get into all the nutritional specifications in this article, I am just going to give you an overview of their benefits, and some ideas of other foods to combine them with for your juicing recipes.

This article runs a little long, but hang in there with me because there are some fun and extraordinary facts here that I am betting you did not know before reading this.

Blueberries

Blueberries are the most well known food I’ll be discussing today. They are true produce luminaries. The nutritional prowess of the blueberry is so well known that in 10 years national consumption of blueberries did not triple or quadruple, but sextupled. Blueberries have about 80 calories to the cup, and practically no fat to speak of.

If you want to increase or maintain your cognitive functioning, blueberries can help. They are highly beneficial for your brain and literally fortify the brain’s structure. They can restore short-term memory from aging, and there are some signs that motor skills can be enhanced with their consumption. Blueberries are also credited with decreasing the likelihood of Alzheimer’s disease.

It only takes a few servings a week of these little blue blasters to see an impact in cognitive performance, but research has shown that the more you consume of them, the better. They are tasty, too, and will enhance the flavor of your fresh juiced drinks.

Maybe less widely known is the fact that blueberry consumption can be pivotal for people facing type 2 diabetes. Apparently they have a positive impact on insulin response, which affects blood sugar and the threat of diabetes.

Some of the other beneficial properties of Blueberries are reduction in risk of cancer, enhanced night vision, anti-aging for the skin, ability to lower the threat of infection, strengthening of the immune system and prevention of high cholesterol in the bloodstream.

There is no question that blueberries are a superstar that would be a wise addition to your juicing regime. Here are some ideas for other foods to combine with blueberries for tasteful and healthy juicing combinations:

  • Raspberries
  • Blackberries
  • Lemon
  • Ginger
  • Banana
  • Spinach
  • Celery
  • Bee pollen
  • Honey