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Can we just use a single veg or fruit to juice?

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Posted by WJS on 5 years ago Does anyone know if it is OK to occasionally juice a single fruit like apple or a vegetable like fennel to drink? Or is it a must to only juice several at a time for weight loss?

This topic contains 6 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by Jon 5 years ago.

Replies To Can we just use a single veg or fruit to juice?

  • tracylovesamy

    5 years ago
    i think the idea of using multiple fruits/veggies is to get the combined effect of all of thier nutrients in one glass. i dont think there is an issue of occasiionally just having one juice, but if all you have is one, then you might end up lacking nutrients that you need from the others.
  • WJS

    5 years ago
    Thank you so much, I was hoping that was the case. I was juicing this morning and after juicing two green apples I drank some and ended up drinking the lot! They were delicious. I also love fennel on it's own but not mixed with other vegetables. So now will look forward to this and not worry it would hinder my weight loss.
  • Jon

    5 years ago
    I love eating fennel but I don't know I could drink a glass of it. I agree that variety is what gets you the complement of nutrition Required.
  • WJS

    5 years ago
    Hi Jon, I just juiced a fennel again and it was disgusting! The other day I had juiced just the top and then tasted and it was delicious. So will try again tomorrow and only juice the green stem. Unless I just got very lucky that is the only thing I can think of. It really was delicious. Just hope I can replicate it. :)
  • Jon

    5 years ago
    I like to grill the fennel flesh when I wasn't eating as a garnish/side, but it's quite interesting even when added a little bit to a drink. Way more "interesting" than any other ingredient

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