Juicing is a healthy way to change the way you eat, get healthy, lose weight, detox your body, and so much more. There are reasons why many people swear by juicing.

If you’ve never watched the documentary “Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead,” you should – it will show you the benefits of adding a juicing regimen to your life.

You can go on a juice fast, going a certain amount of days drinking only juice (and water) and not eating any solid foods.

Or, you can swap a meal or two out a day for healthy fruit and vegetable juice.

Top Low Sugar Vegetables for Juicing

When you find the right vegetable juicing recipes, you want to make sure you have the best and freshest vegetables (and sometimes fruit) to make those juices with.

Green vegetables aren’t the only ones full of healthy nutrients, but you’ll find a few of them on this list nonetheless.

1. Broccoli

Broccoli may be on the least favorite vegetable list of many people, of all ages, but it’s an extremely healthy veggie choice. It’s rich in vitamins E and K, is full of antioxidants, and it even contains calcium to help build strong bones.

Broccoli is surprisingly great in smoothies and juices. It works well combined with pears and apples. You wouldn’t think that some vegetables would make great additions to smoothies. But it helps to try them out in as many different ways as you can think of and see what works for you.

2. Cabbage

Cabbage is made up of mostly water, which is why it’s a great health food and an excellent addition to any juicing blend. It’s a perfect base.

Cabbage is a great weight loss food since it helps flush your intestines. It blends well with carrots and apples. 

3. Carrots

You may be surprised, but carrots add a little bit of sweetness to the juices you add them to. They are also full of great vitamins and nutrients – including vitamins A, B8, C, and K, copper, iron, manganese, and potassium. Boost your heart health and your immune health with these powerful orange root veggies.

Carrots are good for your eye health too. They blend well in any juices, even with oranges.

4. Celery

Celery is a slim veggie, which is a great reminder of its power to help you get slim. Like cabbage, celery is mostly water. People love it because it doesn’t have a strong flavor, but some people don’t like its stringy texture.

You can get past those strings by juicing your celery (but go light, or it’ll overpower the flavor of everything else in your juice). It’s rich in vitamins A, C, and K, as well as folate and potassium. You can blend celery with pretty much any other fruit or vegetable and get a good flavor.

5. Cucumbers

Cucumbers are another vegetable containing a very large water content – which makes it great for a base in your juice. They contain flavonols, which are anti-inflammatory. They also are rich in potassium.

Cucumbers are great in green based juices, with carrots and even tomatoes. They’re a great starter if you’re making homemade V8 juice.

6. Kale

If you want a huge vitamin boost, toss some kale in the juicer. It contains the most vitamin K of any vegetable (which is good for your bones.) It has copper, calcium, potassium, iron and more.

Kale is also said to have cancer-fighting property. It’s low in calories too.

7. Kohlrabi

Not a lot of people even know what Kohlrabi is, but it’s related to the cabbage. This low-calorie veggie has a flavor reminiscent of a radish, but much milder. Combine it with your green smoothies, or add it to fruit smoothies with apples, lemons, and even ginger.

The phytochemicals in kohlrabi help protect the prostate. It’s also surprisingly rich in vitamin C. Full of other vitamins and nutrients, like calcium and potassium, it makes a great addition to juices.

8. Spinach

Spinach has a knack for leaving some people with a weird film on their teeth when eaten in a salad. Why not avoid that and still get all the health benefits of this superfood by juicing it. It blends well with almost any other fruits and vegetables.

Spinach was Popeye’s favorite food because it made him strong and healthy. That’s because it contains vitamins E, C, and A, as well as choline, iron, potassium, and protein.

9. Wheatgrass

Wheatgrass is a common addition to smoothies and juices when you’re buying them over-the-counter. It’s believed to be an extremely healthy meal addition because it is rich in enzymes, vitamins, nutrients, and more than 92 minerals. 

For a while, this healthy smoothie addition seemed like it was just going to be a passing fad, but people found that it was actually beneficial to their health.

Wheatgrass is huge in the fight against cholesterol, making it a heart-healthy addition to your homemade juices.

Your body absorbs wheatgrass better on an empty stomach, and it should be the main ingredient in your smoothie for the best benefits. Consider growing some wheatgrass in a sunny window in your own home, for instant access to the nutritional power it offers.

Make Juicing Delicious – Add Fruit

If you need a break from the veggies, consider trying a fruit cleanse. There are some great fruits that you can use in juicing, from apples to berries. Mix them in with your veggies for extra flavor too.

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